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bumGenius Refresher Kits
February 25, 2013 4:44 pm | by
Cloth Diaper Creams

Are you expecting? Are your cloth diapers still functional, but look a bit ragged? Maybe you added a few more diapers to your stash at our recent $1 Diaper Sale and they need some TLC. Don’t worry, we offer bumGenius Refresher Kits to help you get a little extra life out of your cloth diaper investment.

If you or someone you know has some basic sewing skills, you can replace the elastic and hook & loop tabs on one of your beloved bumGenius cloth diapers for just $1.

Each bumGenius Refresher Kit includes three new pieces of elastic (one back elastic and two leg elastics), new tab closures and new laundry tabs. Each kit also includes instructions for sewing your these new pieces into your existing bumGenius cloth diapers.

You’ll need a few additional tools to refresh your cloth diapers. Just be sure to know the basics of hand sewing, and have these kits, a needle, thread, scissors, seam ripper and a safety pin nearby. You can use a sewing machine if you prefer, but it’s not required. If you’re refreshing your diapers by hand, you may also need a little patience, as it can take some time. We have a blog post with photos to give you some additional tips, you can read it here.

If you have further questions about our bumGenius Refresher Kits, give us a call at 1-314-892-1855 or email us at We’re always glad to assist you.


About the Author

Heather is mom to four, born within 40 months (single, twins, single). She writes transparently about her chaotic household to encourage others through the twists and turns of parenting.


1 Comment

  • Tabatha said...
    March 19, 2013 at 12:14 am

    Hi, could someone please help me out? I just bought some of these refresher kits and some aplix from another site for the front tummy strip. I’m wondering how to replace the tummy strip and the laundry tabs on bumgenius organics without going all the way through both layers of the cover. What’s the best way to open up the diaper to do this? Thanks