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Helpful Tips


Waterproof Covers – the waterproof barrier between baby’s clothing and absorbent cloth diaper to prevents leaks. All Mother ease covers are fully wipe-able so they can usually be used 3 to 4 times before washing, provided they are not soiled.

Line Dried Diapers – An environmentally friendly way to dry your cloth diapers instead of using your machine. Also, a great way to add moisture to your house in the winter! The sunshine is also an excellent way to naturally bleach any stains from cloth diapers.

To soften line-dried diapers, tumble dry them for a few minutes in your machine!

Diaper Sprayers – simplify a messy diaper clean up! It installs to your toilet in 5 easy minutes with simple picture instructions!

How to Prevent Odors and Staining with the Dry Pail System
– Important: to avoid odors from setting into fabrics when using Dry Pail Method, do not leave diapers sitting in a closed pail for days at a time. Diapers should be able to breathe. Use a vented diaper pail and a breathable mesh pail liner to encourage air circulation. At the end of each day used diapers stored without pre-soaking should be run through a rinse and spin or equivalent machine cycle. Rinsed diapers can be returned to the pail or ideally spread/hung to dry. Remember set odors are difficult to remove.

Diaper Stains – Rinse soiled diapers promptly in the toilet using a diaper sprayer to minimize stains. Flushable Diaper Liners or Stay Dry Liners will also help. Should you have a tough stain, apply Kind Stain Remover or Laundry Miracle directly to the stain and gently rub until the stain has lifted. Repeat if necessary.

Hot Water Wash Cycle – Help ensure more hot water gets to your machine by running the hot water tap nearest your machine until water is hot.

Creams – Sticky barrier creams used to help prevent diaper rash can leave residues making diapers water repellent. Flushable Diaper Liners will help prevent residue from accumulating on diapers.

Flushable Diaper Liners – To simplify the clean up of soiled diapers, flushable paper and bamboo liners may be laid into the diapers.

Diaper Rash – A number of factors can cause diaper rashes. The first thing to try is more frequent diaper changes. Should the problem persist, run another final rinse cycle and add a cup of white vinegar.

Mother ease does not recommend the use of oxygenated products (hydrogen peroxide – OxyClean), chlorides (bleach), fluorides, peroxides nor any harsh solvents (sodium percarbonate). Do not rinse diapers in toilets containing automatic toilet bowl cleaners. Use of these products will cause fabric disintegration on all natural fibers evidenced by balding spots throughout one or all layers of diaper and will adversely affect product longevity.


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