Lafayette, LA (PRWEB) March 4, 2009
In a time where consumers are concerned about lead and phthalates in their children's products, FuzziBunz™ Pocket Diapers, the leading brand of eco-friendly cloth diapers, produce only baby-friendly, flame-retardant, lead-free products.
Long before the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act required children's products to be tested for lead, phthalates and other harmful substances, FuzziBunz™ cloth diapers tested their products to ensure safety for its customers.
"We have always tested our products because we are a concerned company," said founder Tereson Dupuy. "We want our customers to be sure they're putting the best product on their babies."
The CPSIA required that all children's products remove lead and phthalates by February 10, 2009. FuzziBunz™ was tested before the deadline, and passed the safety inspection. Even though there is a "stay" on testing for now, FuzziBunz will continue to test their products and issue their compliance certificates to their retailers so their retailers and customers know they are getting the safest products to sell.
The patented FuzziBunz™ pocket diapers are a convenient and sustainable diapering solution for today's busy parents. The reusable diapers ensure no leaks, no rash and no waste.
Stay-at-home-mom, Tereson Dupuy, invented FuzziBunz™ in January 1999 in response to her infant son's chronic diaper rash and her overall dissatisfaction with all available diapers. Tereson sewed the first FuzziBunz™ in her home and a short time later, the FuzziBunz™ diapering movement was born. For more information about FuzziBunz™, please visit http://www.fuzzibunz.com.
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