Did You Know You Can Buy Cloth Diapers At Costco?

Costco has always been one of my favorite places to shop, now I love it even more. Now available online and in-store (not sure about all stores or selection) are Bumkins All-In-Ones, Bumkins Bamboo fitteds and Bumkins Covers.

Bumkins All-In-One Diaper Bundle 6-pack with 6 Diaper Inserts: Bumkins All In Ones are not a top performing All-In-One. However, I have read rave after rave from moms who have used this successful with their children. The key is frequent changes (as should be the norm anyways) and the use of a doubler. Bumkins All-In-Ones work super on a newborn/small baby. If you are starting out cloth diapering I would definately recommend this package! At $89.99 for the bundle, that comes out to $15.00 per diaper/insert! That is almost unbeatable for an All-In-One. (RETAILS FOR $109.95 AT BUMKINS)

Bumkins Bamboo Fitted Diaper Bundle: 6 diapers and 6 boosters. $69.99. That is an amazing deal for bamboo diapers. I used Motherease One Size and Kissaluvs with Paisley as a newborn and I was satisfied with the performance. Bamboo is more absorbent than cotton so I expect at least the same if not a slightly better performance from the Bumkins bamboo. When purchasing these do not expect the absorbency to challenge a Baby Beehind or Goodmama. (RETAILS FOR $99.95 AT BUMKINS)

Bumkins Diaper Cover 4-pack Bundle with Dirty Duds Bag: Available in beautiful girl or boy prints or dr. seuss. $48.99. *jaw-drop* This is a tremendous savings over buying these same pieces from Bumkins or other retailers. There have been some complaints about the material being more prone to wicking but overall the positives out do the negatives. Bumkins run true to size. Moms have successfully used a gDiaper insert inside the Bumkins covers as well. If you are using prefolds, I suggest pinning or snappi-ing the prefold on instead of laying the prefold in the cover. Leaking seems to be more of an issue when just laying it in there. (RETAILS FOR $89.95 AT BUMKINS)

Making any cloth diapers this mainstream is a VERY GOOD thing! I am so excited that something other than Gerber is available for the general shopping public.

I can’t wait for my next trip to Costco just to actually see them…and perhaps pick me up some Bumkins bamboo fitteds. Of course I’ll have to convince my husband that it is a necessary purchase to send the message to Costco that cloth diapers are a wise product ;)

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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. You can read more from Autumn over at https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

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7 Responses to “Did You Know You Can Buy Cloth Diapers At Costco?”

  1. Briana Says:

    Has anyone tried these diapers? Are they good? I am new to cding, baby is due in May. I am trying to narrow down what I want to try so any opinions are greatly needed and loved! Thanks!


    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Hi, Briana! I enjoyed using the Bumkins AIOs on my toddler but as far as newborns I wouldn’t recommend them or the fitteds. The fitteds are very narrow and not that absorbent. Check out the catergory called Newborns for some specific posts …. and keep a watch on future posts. Our newest baby is due in a week and I’ll be posting many pictures and reviews.


  2. durham Says:

    I think they only have them on-line – or maybe just not in my nearest store – still glad they are out there…


  3. Autumn Beck Says:

    I agree, Jenn. Thank you for pointing out the bamboo fitteds are made in Turkey.


  4. Ingrid Says:

    I know first hand that Bumkins AIO and Diaper covers are of excellent quality. Not only is this a USA made product but it has made its way into stores like Costco. By the way this is only available at costco.com not at the actual store. I read up on Bumkins and can share that this is a business that started out as a wahm. Their is a lot to be proud of. It can be disappointing but at the same time the fact that someone is bring attention to cloth diapering will benefit everyone in the long run. Don’t you think?


  5. Autumn Beck Says:

    I know for myself, I prefer and will always prefer to buy from the small wahm. But the parents who will buy from the stores are the types who aren’t spending WAY too much time on the internet learning about wahms, kwim?


  6. disappointed Says:

    well I am happy to see this becoming a bit more mainstream I am disappointed at how this will affect all the current businesses working so hard. These small mother owned businesses cannot compete with theses big box stores, especially when they go ahead and undercut the diapers like that. Not only that I do sometimes question the quality of what the box stores carry and if it is not good quality parents just quite with cloth because it is too hard or does not work. Also the manufacturing of them, who is making them and where are they being made?


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