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It’s absolutely safe to wash cloth diapers in your washing machine, but you shouldn’t mix them with any other clothing items. It’s also highly important you wash off soiled diapers before adding them to the machine. It’s best if you give them a quick rinse immediately after they are soiled.
- Can Athlete's Foot survive in the washing machine? Washing Clothing, Bedding, and Towels in Hot Water: The athlete's foot fungus will survive a trip through the washing machine if you use cold water to clean your clothes. In fact, it only dies if clothing and other items are washed in 140F water.
- How do you bleach bumGenius diapers? We recommend once per month, use up to 1/4 cup bleach in the hot wash cycle to sanitize your bumGenius diapers and fight odors. Concerned about bleach? Give your diapers an extra rinse to make sure it's all out before baby wears it again. However, we do NOT recommend using the sanitize cycle on your washing machine.
- How do you know when you have too much stuff? Sort Your Clothing. One of the biggest items that people seem to contend with on their mission to de-clutter their homes is the amount of clothing they keep. Losing Your Belongings. General De-Cluttering. Duplicate Items. Drawer Cleaning. Sentimentality. Extended Unpacking. Storage Bins.
- Can you strip diapers with vinegar? To do this, just pour 1 cup of vinegar into a wet diaper pail and pre-soak the diapers or just pour it straight into the washing machine's softener's compartment before starting the wash. Or, add a couple tablespoons of baking soda to the softener's compartment.
- How many BumGenius diapers do I need? How many diapers do I need? If you are using bumGenius One-Size exclusively, we recommend a minimum of 24 diapers. Remember, wash at least every other day and rotate your stash evenly.
- Is it OK to bleach cloth diapers? Bleach will not harm your cloth diapers or the PUL. The amount of bleach we recommend is very small after it is diluted by the water from your wash machine. Bleach is the only way to completely remove yeast from cloth diapers.