Always store your dirty cloth diapers in a dry pail. Do NOT soak your cloth diapers in a wet pail that has bleach or any other caustic solution in it. Make sure water has been squeezed out really well after spraying or dunking, diaper should not sit soaking wet in the dry pail. Consider propping the lid open so that air can circulate to reduce ammonia build-up (especially important during hot summer months).
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- What Should I Not Do When Laundering My Diapers?
- How Do I Treat "New To Me" Used Diapers?
- How Do I Store My Diapers In Between Children Or When Not In Use?
- How Can I Replace The Relaxed Elastic On My Shell?
- Do I Need To Alter My Wash Routine If I Have An Old Style Top Load Washer?
- Can I Use Diaper Rash Cream?
- How Do I Wash (Prep) My New Diapers?
- What Temperature Do You Recommend For Washing Cloth Diapers?
- Can I Compost Your Bio Products On My Own?
- What Detergents Do You Recommend For Use On Your Cloth Diapers?