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Cloth Diaper Friendly Detergents: A List of What Detergents You Should Use on Your Cloth Diapers


December 20, 2015

Detergents for Cloth Diapers

The key to simple laundering with cloth diapers is choosing the right detergent. Some detergents have other ingredients in them that when used on cloth diapers over time create build up on the diapers causing them to retain odors and become less absorbent. Below is a list of recommended detergents and ones to avoid.
Note 2: When possible, choose powder detergents over liquid.

Cloth Diaper Detergents

Recommended

Allens Naturally Detergent
Dropps Liquid Laundry Pacs
Ecos Free and Clear Liquid
Mountain Green Free and Clear
Purex Free and Clear (not other varieties)
Nellie's Laundry Soda
Rockin' Green
Sun Free and Clear (not other varieties)
*FAVE* Country Save (Powder Only)
*FAVE* Tide Detergent Original Scent, HE (Powder)
*FAVE* Trader Joe's Cleanliness is Next to Godliness

Not Recommended

Ajax
Arm & Hammer
All Free & Clear
Babyganics
Biokleen
Charlies (tends to cause buildup and diaper rash)
Cheer
Gain
Kirkland Signature
Melaluca
Method
Sam's
Wisk
Seventh Generation



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