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1. How do I wash cloth diapers?

Washing cloth diapers are not any more troublesome than washing consistent clothing!

In the event that the cloth diaper is wet, hurl it into your diaper bucket. On the chance that the cloth diaper is filthy, wash it in the latrine, and afterward place it into the diaper bucket.

At the point when your bucket is full, discharge the diapers into your washing machine. Do a warm flush cycle and after that, a HOT wash cycle with the FULL suggested measure of cleanser. Set washer to huge/oversized load and utilize heated water. This will ensure a clean diaper for repeated use.

Please refer to the washing guide below:

Pre-wash:

It is important to wash the diaper sets 3 times before use. New diapers tend to repel water instead of absorb it. Use only a quarter measure of your normal amount of detergent in pre-wash and ensure it is completely dissolved.

Regular washing:

Before throwing the diapers into the washing machine, pull out inserts from the pocket and flush out soil with water to prevent stains and odor. It might not be necessary to machine wash diaper pants every time if they are not soiled. Simply rinse clean with warm water and hang dry after every use. Recommended washing temperature is 95°F (35°C). Pre-soak inserts in cold water for 30 minutes before hot wash, this makes cleaning easier.

Never leave used diapers for over 3 days before washing to avoid smell and bacteria. Dry the diaper pants/inserts separately on a line. Inserts require longer time to dry.

Do not use detergents containing softener, whitening agents, fragrance or brighteners. Softener reduces diaper absorbency. The lining material could also be damaged by brighteners and babies’ skin are easily irritated by fragrance. Only use half of regular detergent amount in washing and make sure it is completely dissolved. Do not bleach as it ruins the elastic and result in loss of water-proofing property.

Extra tips on washing:

Use natural cleaning agents such as lemon juice, vinegar or baking soda to get rid of stains and odor.

Lemon juice serves as a diaper softener. Add 20g of lemon juice to hot water and soak the inserts for 60 minutes prior to your usual washing cycle.

You can get rid of odor and bacteria using baking soda. Add a little baking soda into a basin containing warm water then immerse diapers in the solution. Leave soaking and remove when water becomes cold. Line dry the diapers under sunlight. When machine washing, put diapers in a full load of water containing 20g of baking soda. Rinse and dry under sunlight.

2. How many cloth diapers should I have when I begin to use them?

Consider the age of your infant. Babies and newborn children will use around 10-12 diapers a day while younger children may require 6-8. We recommend 24 cloth diapers and 6-12 extra inserts. This amount permits washing every 2-3 days.

  • Newborns: 12 to 18 diapers per day (one to two loads if you wash every other day). Please keep in mind newborns have a smaller bladder and need a diaper change more frequently.
  • 6 to 18 months: 12 diapers per day (one load if you wash every other day)
  • Toddlers 18 months and up: 9 diapers per day (one load if you wash every other day)
  • Toddlers who are potty training: 3 to 6 diapers per day (one load if you wash every other day)

3. Which clothing cleanser should I use with my cloth diapers?

BabyNano recommends using monetarily accessible cleansers

made for high temperature water. Detergents such as Tide (without a

worry in the world) or Ivory Snow.

For Eco-accommodating cleansers, BabyNano recommends Kind Laundry Detergent or Green Works by Clorox. Cloth Diapers ought to be washed in water sufficiently hot to eliminate microscopic organisms: 140°F or 60°C. Additionally, vinegar can be used to neutralize urine pH and break down soap build up. It also functions as a fabric softener. Do not to use more than a quarter cup of white vinegar during your rinse cycle.

4. How do I uproot stains and prevent leaks?

To minimize stains, wash dirtied diapers quickly in the can (utilizing a diaper sprayer) or lay a liner inside the diaper. You can utilize either a Flushable Liner or a Stay Dry Liner to get the solid discharge and hurl into your can.

Due to the absence of harmful liquid-solidifying chemicals found in disposables, cloth diapers are normally more susceptible to leakage. Leakages may occur for a few reasons.

Immediate leak or repelling can be attributed to a build up from ointments, detergent, hard water, soap, or deposits from manufacturing processes. Rinse your diaper first with cold water, then with warm/hot water with a small amount of bleach-free detergent. Cold rinse until all the suds run clear and repeat the cycle 1 – 2 times.

If your diaper leaves water droplets on it’s surface, carry out more washings using mild detergent and warm water.

Be mindful of inserts. Buildup of detergent after repeated washings reduce absorbency. Soaking the inserts in warm water containing 1 teaspoon baking soda for 30 minutes will improve absorbency.

Be sure when dressing your baby the inserts are properly fitted. Incorrect fitting may lead to leakage. When using a liner, place it between the diaper and your baby’s bottom if diaper cream is to be used. This will prevent the cream from reaching the fabric and thus reducing its absorbency.

We recommend disinfecting the diapers using drying in sunlight at least once a month.

5. To what extent do the cloth diapers last?

Baby Nano expects the cloth diapers will last a full use (from babies born to fully potty trained) with one child if cared for appropriately.

Never force pull the fabric when unsnapping buttons. Use your fingers around the buttons gently to unsnap.

6. Why do Baby Nano Cloth Diapers not make or offer fleece covers?

At Baby Nano we’ve tested and found a fleece spread is only to some degree water safe. Additionally, fleece spreads are costly and with Baby Nano’s cutting edge material, we offer better breathability without the downside of fleece.

7. What are Baby Nano’s diapers made of?

Diaper pants are made of high-grade polyester with soft suede cloth inner lining. The inserts (charcoal color piece that is fitted inside the diaper to absorb liquid) consist of 4 layered highly absorbent towel. These consist of two tiers; the inner microfiber terry and soft antibacterial bamboo charcoal terry outer.

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