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sale chatter on

Thanks to the mama who is helping to spread the word about our sale - I just noticed a thread on Diaper Swappers about Buzzie Bee Diapers. I'm thrilled that the conversation is so positive - and that our little moving sale has helped lots of families on budgets to complete their diaper stashes.

I continue to try to keep the website current - listing items with limited quantities and removing items once they sell out completely.

Go Cloth!


the sale goes on

I absolutely LOVE cloth diapers. I am not so insanely crazy about website shopping carts. Being that we are a small, family-run business, we do the shopping cart maintenance ourselves... since we are trained in theater and art, this is probably not a good idea. We can't seem to figure out why the cart will tell folks that something is out of stock or not apply the 40% off sale to all items (when I certainly have checked the box that states 'sale ALL').

So... we really want to sell these supplies. We really don't want to pack them up to transport to the new location. That said, if you are having trouble with the shopping cart, please don't give up - please give us a call (542-0505) or send an email ( with what you'd like to order and we'll do our absolute best to get it to you.



Moving Sale! 40% off website purchases!!

As excited as we are to have Buzzie Bee Diapers fully functioning within Clean Bee Laundry, the idea of moving the retail stock is daunting. So, rather than pack, transport, unpack, etc. we are offering you a sweet deal to simply take the inventory off our hands. All diaper supplies are 40% off starting today. Purchases must be made through the website. And, of course, if we should run out something (that's the goal!), we'll let you know. We'd love your feedback as to what we should carry in the new location too. There's never "bee"n a better time to Go Cloth!


we can help you strip...

your diapers that is. Sometimes folks who home launder their diapers find that the diapers gradually become less absorbent and perhaps more stinky. This generally means that there has been detergent buildup in the diaper itself, preventing it from absorbing what it's supposed to absorb. There are internet resources about how to strip cloth diapers, it's not that difficult to do, just time intensive. We can help with that: bring your diaper stash to Clean Bee Laundry at 83 Elm Street in Camden. We'll run them through our commercial, energy-efficient, ozone washing machine to completely sterilize them. You can specify if you'd like the diapers dried in our commercial dryer or air-dried. All for just $1.05 per pound - for most diaper stashes wind up being under $25. Just another way we make cloth diapering as easy as can bee.

we're back...

We're back from a fabulous time in Guatemala. Highlights included visiting at Safe Passage, touring a coffee finca ( [I have always appreciated fair trade coffee, but now after seeing just how much work is involved, will always seek out fair trade coffee...], and spending long, lazy days in the tree cabin outside of Antigua ( We experienced some adoption related moments of joy as well. Too much to blog about - but we're hosting a potluck/trip slideshow next Wednesday (3/17)... send me an email for details if you'd like to join us.

The diaper we intended to bring to Guatemala were inadvertently
left behind - along with all of Broo's clothes - in my dad's car as he dropped us off at the airport. Oops! We came home to a few requests for diapers for Haiti - so that's where they ultimately went. Really doesn't matter where they go, just that they are being used.