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    Quote Originally Posted by DewDanni View Post


    I wash every 2nd day... I was using a bucket with a lid but found in summer the ammonia was worse and actually have my son a terrible nappy rash even after they had been strip washed.. I now use a fabric hanging pail and I've had no ammonia issues since!
    Never heard of a fabric hanging pail? Curious to know....

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    Yeah, the sun is fantastic for 'bleaching' out stains but it also helps kill bacteria in the nappies.

    During winter, we use an airer in front of the heater... Obviously it doesn't do the same job as the sun. I've found that the only noticeable difference is that the nappies smell a bit.

    Then when it's a reasonable day, out they go in the sunshine again :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    Never heard of a fabric hanging pail? Curious to know....
    This is the exact one I have! It's amazing!! Keeps in the smells and can be thrown in the wash with the nappies when needed

    I do a normal wash cycle but do an extra rinse and spin at the end

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    Quote Originally Posted by DewDanni View Post
    This is the exact one I have! It's amazing!! Keeps in the smells and can be thrown in the wash with the nappies when needed

    I do a normal wash cycle but do an extra rinse and spin at the end
    @DewDanni Can you pm me what you use? The product isn't there (might of been removed by mods). Been looking for a better system and dd is obsessed with the nappy bucket lol.


 

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