else might I need?
Cloth wipes: 20-30
Just toss them in the pail and wash
them with your diapers!
A spray bottle for wipes solution
You’ll be using this a lot, so don’t go
There are many options for this from
using just plain water (very popular) to making your own solution or buying a
A diaper sprayer and a Spray Pal
The ultimate duo that takes the yuck factor
out of hand rinsing! The sprayer attaches easily to the water line connected to
your toilet, allowing you to spray solids into the toilet and flush. The Spray
Pal contains the splatter from spraying off diapers and fits easily behind or
beside your toilet when not in use.
Disposable diaper liners
Line diapers with these
dryer-sheetesque liners to make cleaning poopy diapers a breeze. Simply lift
the liner out of the diaper to flush the poop down the toilet where it belongs!
Two small wetbags
To contain soiled diapers when out and
about- one for use while one is in the wash!
A kitchen size trash can
Perfect for use as a diaper pail! A
cheap plastic can is perfect- no need to get fancy.
Two pail liners/large hanging wet bags
To line the diaper pail (trash can)
with to keep it clean- makes for easy laundry days! Just lift the pail liner
full of soiled diapers out of the can and turn it inside out into the drum of
your washing machine! Voila! Again, you’ll need two: one to use while one is in
Cloth safe rash cream
Although many cloth diapered babies do
not struggle with diaper rash, it is handy to have something cloth-friendly
around just in case. There are several brands available out there, or use
unrefined/virgin coconut oil! It is important to make sure the cream you use is
cloth diaper safe. Diaper creams that
contain petroleum will not wash out of your diapers and will eliminate
absorbency, effectively ruining them.
seems to be no ONE cloth diaper detergent that works for everyone. The good
news is that most mainstream detergents can work. Just aim for free and clear
kind of detergents and stay away from detergents with added fabric softeners,
bleach, optical brighteners/whiteners, or excessive perfume. Remember that this
article of clothing is touching your baby’s most sensitive body parts and most
babies have sensitive skin; you don’t want to irritate their skin by using
detergent with lots of chemicals and additives. See our “Washing and Care”
section for our customers’ recommendations.