all inserts before washing, if the nappies are pocket nappies.
should get flushed in the toilet after changing. We recommend
installing a diaper sprayer (bidet sprayer) at the toilet to spray off
poop into the toilet. Buy the sprayer, as well as a T-connector.
poop has been removed, put the nappies in a ventilated laundry basket or
container. Wet nappies go straight into the dry pail (basket).
Soaking the nappies is not recommended.
can be rinsed with water daily to remove excess urine before storing them
until washing day. Do not leave nappies longer than 3 days before
washing. Washing at least 2 or 3 times a week is recommended.
wash your nappies in very hot water, especially not the PUL containing
parts. Only 40 degrees or colder.
- Certain bum creams do not wash out well, especially in cold water. These build up or create a layer on the nappy, decreasing absorbency. Use only cloth friendly bum creams like Oh Lief, or alternatively a thin layer of coconut oil. Bum creams or powder aren't necessary when you use cloth nappies unless you see redness or a rash.