Itís Saturday. You put your cloth diapers in the washing machine, reach for your cloth diaper detergent and the bag feels really light and you hang your head in defeat. You forgot to order more from your online retailer and you need to wash your diapers or babyís going to be naked until next week. It happens. But please donít keep your baby naked all weekend. Things will get messy. Or maybe you just want to make cloth diapering as simple as possible and you donít want to use a separate detergent for your diapers.
Almost any cloth diapering mom or dad will run into stink issues at some point or another during their cloth diapering journey. Whether it be a change in your wash routine, a change in your child's diet, or even the age of your child. One thing is for sure that having stinky diapers is no fun, and can sometimes be the biggest struggle to find a solution. Check out some products that might help you get the stink of your diapers.
Starting out with cloth can be intimidating. So we're taking some of the guesswork out for you with our specially formulated laundry detergents that makes washing those diapers nice and easy!
You pull them out of the washer or dryer, expecting crisp clean diapers but instead get a disgusting poop or musty whiff-no matter what you smell exactly-the diapers just don't smell clean (like nothing) or they smell clean until your child pees and them and then the smell is so strong it turns your stomach. Or maybe you've noticed an issue with repelling or decreased absorbency.
I know many of us have gone through or are currently dealing with cloth diaper stinkies. Stink and leaks are the two most common complaints that cloth diapering families have. In this post I will help you try to determine what is causing the stinkies with some basic cloth diapering troubleshooting and Megan and I will go over our wash routines with you.
Rashes with cloth diapers are less common than rashes with disposables but on occasion you may find yourself battling a rash. Though
Caring for your cloth diapers is one of the number one concerns families have about using cloth diapers. Will they be hard to wash, will they smell, what happens to the poop? In no time families become experts in their own right, masters of their own cloth diapering routine, but no one is immune to cloth diaper washing woes. They'll get you at some point for one reason or another.