Cloth Diaper Detergents - What to Look for in a Cloth Diaper-Friendly Detergent

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Cloth Diaper Detergents - What to Look for in a Cloth Diaper-Friendly Detergent
Choosing the right detergent for your diapers is important. The right detergent will keep your diapers smelling fresh and retain absorbency. Here are the five things you should watch out for when selecting a detergent.

Preventing Stiffness, Leaks, and Odors with Your Pooters Hemp Fitted

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Preventing Stiffness, Leaks, and Odors with Your Pooters Hemp Fitted
How to wash and care for your Pooters Overnight Hemp fitted diaper so it lasts you a lifetime.

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

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

5 steps to get you started with cloth diapers

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5 steps to get you started with cloth diapers
Getting started with cloth diapers can be a confusing process. Let us walk you through everything you need to know.

Ammonia Buildup in Cloth Diapers and Ammonia Burns: How to Get Rid of It

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Do you diapers wreak of ammonia after just one pee? Is your baby suffering from ammonia burns when she wakes up in the morning? This means your diapers are getting clean enough and there is bacteria buildup. Here are 5 things you can do to get rid of horrible ammonia / bacteria buildup in your cloth diapers.

Bamboo and Hemp Cloth Diaper Washing Instructions

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Bamboo and Hemp, like fleece, are also very easy to care for, but there are a few watch-outs and tips to keep in mind.

How to Cloth Diaper - cloth diaper terms, a list of what to buy, money saving tips, and video tutorials

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Getting started with cloth diapers can be a confusing process but our guides will walk you through everything you need to know about cloth diapers and which diapers and accessories are best for you and baby. Start with the steps outlined below and feel free to check out our other helpful guides, FAQs and instructional videos for additional help if you need it.

5 steps to remove rash cream from your cloth diapers

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5 steps to remove rash cream from your cloth diapers
Traditional diaper rash creams have heavy oils and other ingredients in them (e.g. zinc oxide and cod liver oil) that stick to cloth diapers, causing them to leak and retain odors. Unfortunately you’ll need to use some elbow grease to make them useful again using the following steps.

8 tips to keep your cloth diapers from leaking

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8 tips to keep your cloth diapers from leaking
Are your diapers leaking? Check out the list below of the most common causes of diaper leaks and how to make it stop. 

Cloth Diaper Leaks at Night - How to Stop Your Cloth Diapers from Leaking at Nighttime

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Cloth Diaper Leaks at Night - How to Stop Your Cloth Diapers from Leaking at Nighttime
Whether your child is a light-wetter or super-soaker it doesn’t matter; 12 hours or more in one cloth diaper is a long time. Below is a list of successful nighttime cloth diaper combinations and mom recommended brands.

Cloth Diapering a Newborn - where to start and how to cloth diaper

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There are about 7 different types of cloth diapers out there. All of them except for prefold diapers are available in something called "one size". Cloth diaper manufacturers will say that their one-size diaper can fit your baby from 8 lbs to 35 or 40 lbs. In reality though, most one-size diapers don't really fit newborns well until about 10 to 12 lbs.

3 steps to cure yeast diaper rash

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3 steps to cure yeast diaper rash

Yeast diaper rash occurs most commonly with the use of oral antibiotics, sugar, non-organic dairy, gluten, or breast milk from a mother with a yeast infection. Here's how you can clear it up.

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