Funky Fluff Freshly Pressed! Re-Launch and Giveaway

Funky Fluff is a great sponsor for Cloth for a Cause, and we’re pleased to join in on this celebration!

Funky Fluff Freshly Pressed

2013 Colours & Website Re-Launch

Welcome to the Funky Fluff Freshly Pressed Event, hosted by Funky Fluff, Zephyr Hill Blog, and Thinking About Cloth Diapers.

Are you still looking for the “perfect” diaper? One loaded with features, and available for a reasonable price? It does exist! If you haven’t tried the Funky Fluff Fusion diaper yet, it may be the last brand you need to buy!

About Funky Fluff

Funky Fluff was started by 2 Canadian moms who were on the quest for the perfect diaper โ€“ and when they didnโ€™t find it, they decided to design it.

Take a close look at the Funky Fluff Fusion 3 in 1 diaper. This innovative diaper brings a new level of flexibility and versatility to the world of cloth diapering: with the interchangeable AI3 system, you can use these diapers as an AIO system, an AI2, and a pocket system. No matter how you choose to use them, Funky Fluff diapers are convenient and reliable!

Funky Fluff offers both natural bamboo blend and stay-dry diapers, plus diaper pail liners, wet bags, and more!

To learn more about the Funky Fluff Fusion 3-in-one diapers, visit www.funkyfluff.ca, or read the Thinking About Cloth Diapers review of the Funky Fluff Fusion here.

Website Relaunch

If you’ve visited the Funky Fluff website recently, you will have read the following announcement: “THE BAD NEWS is that our site will be unavailable for about a week or so for required maintenance and re-stocking. THE GOOD NEWS is that we will be back and FULLY STOCKED with exciting new additions very soon! We also canโ€™t wait to show you our new site enhancements. In the meantime, please visit any of our retailers, stop by our Facebook page or contact us anytime.”

Well it’s back! And it’s even better than before!

So, what’s changed?

Funky Fluff has a brand new website, and it is also now fully stocked, with fan favorites, and some brand new products too!

We know you’re probably dying from suspense! So, let’s fill you in on the new products Funky Fluff is launching!

  • Funky Fluff Starter Kit – includes 1 stay-dry diaper, 1 bamboo diaper, a double pocket wetbag, a bamboo booster, 1 bamboo soaker, and 1 stay dry soaker – plus a savings of 15% compared to purchasing the products individually.
  • New Colors and – YAY – Funky New Prints!

With 2 new prints and 4 new colors, Funky Fluff is adding even more options to their already great line-up of colors!

New Colors from left to right: Funky Birds, Green with Yellow (Limited Edition), Fuchsia with Orange (Limited Edition), Funky Bubbles, Orange with Blue, and Teal with Lime

If you haven’t tried Funky Fluff diapers yet, you can enter here to win the grand prize of $250 worth of Funky Fluff diapers – 6 Stay Dry and 6 Bamboo Funky Fluff Fusions, plus 12 extra boosters! A second prize will consist of a starter pack in the winner’s choice of prints/colors! Plus, visit the following retailers for more chances to win a Funky Fluff diaper of your own!


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Open to Residents of Canada/US, 18+
This giveaway ends at 11:59 PM EST, Feb 3, 2013

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This giveaway is sponsored by Funky Fluff. Bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Good luck!

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6 thoughts on “Funky Fluff Freshly Pressed! Re-Launch and Giveaway

  1. I own one funky fluff diaper, and it is definitely one of my go to diapers! The fit is wonderful and it’s a very cute, practical diaper. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. I absolutely love the funky fluff diapers, they are my go to diaper when we are going out for the day as I know there aren’t any leaks along the way. I only wish I had more of them in my stash.

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    • I use the good old fashioned flat fold AND the pelrofd cloth diapers. You can also buy expensive, fancy, all-in-one, with or without liners, plus your baby’s name and CV embroidered on them, but the bottom line is: you still have to change the diaper every single time it gets wet or soiled. Period. Maybe the all-in -one are easier to use and fancier, but I repeat, you still have to change them, and if you are on budget- they are expensive. You have to buy a few sizes as your baby grows, as for the flatfold/prefold- it will last you a couple of years. If you want to save money, buy 2 dozen of pelrofds and a dozen of flat folds. Gerber has some excellent diapers, birdeye cloth and other variety. I use the flat fold as liners, but they can get bulky, and use either pins or snappies to tie them. These diapers work great, keep your baby’s skin breathe and dry. Watch some YouTube tutorials how some moms use pins or snappies. One cloth diaper use will cost you a forth of a cent a year ( a pack of 12 diapers= about $15 with tax).I do not use the covers because I have to dig in my baby’s pants to find out whether she is wet or not. I guess they work well for heavy wetters- you do not want everything wet underneath your baby. Mine is not, so I am getting away without them.I use hypo-allergenic detergent- but you do not have to if your baby handles regular one. But I would still recommend it. I use a line in my backyard for drying them- sun and wind are still free, thanks God. besides, the UV rays in the sunlight act as disinfectant agent no bleaching needed ever.Hope it helps.Good luck.

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  3. I initially only obtained a Funky Fluff to test out, as I’m starting my own CD business – now I wish my whole stash was Funky Fluff! When you going to tell us who won? ๐Ÿ˜€

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  4. If you prefer nraatul fibers, flannel, bamboo fleece, hemp fleece, french terry, and other absorbent materials are all great for the inside of a diaper. You can even recycle t-shirts, sweatshirts and other cotton materials as long as you wash them well first to be sure there is no fabric softener residue.If you want a stay dry lining, suedecloth is the dryest feeling. Microfleece is the softest, but not quite as stay-dry as the suedecloth.

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