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WASHING

 

WASH ROUTINE

Here is a suggested wash routine.

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STEP 1

Remove Solids
Flush solids down the loo.

STEP 2
SORTING

Dry Pail
It may be helpful to purchase a silicone brush to help rinse off any excess solids prior to dry pailing.
Quickly rinse the soiled nappy or night nappy before adding to your dry pail (make sure it has holes to optimise aeration and minimise smells)

STEP 3
WASHING

Pre-Rinse

At the end of each day, throw the contents of your nappy bucket into the wash. This ensures your main wash is done so in clean water as well as allowing you to continue dry pailing until you are ready for your main wash.

Main Wash

When you are ready to do your main wash (can be every 2-3 days) add your inserts to your machines longest (warm <60*C) wash cycle with the full amount of detergent needed for a heavily soiled load and water level. Covers should be washed separately as they should not exceed 30*C as the integrity of the PUL and elastic could be compromised. The wash can always be bulked up with your normal washing.

STEP 5
DRYING

Inserts

Line dry for best results or tumble dry according to the manufacturers instructions.

Covers

Covers do not take long to dry so there’s no need to leave in the sun for long periods. Or, they just as easily dry inside.

Avoid the dryer as this can affect the PUL water resistant layer and elastic integrity.

 

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