It took me FOREVER to finally find a wash routine/detergent that worked for us. I use the original TIDE powder - luckily DD doesn't have reaction to it. I let the dipes soak in cold water for 2-3 hours, then wash cold, wash hot, extra rinse. They come out nice and clean. I could not get any of the liquid detergents to work on the BG inserts. They always came out smelling like poop no matter how much detergent and washes I would use. Hopefully this new detergent is working and not just masking the poop smell! lol!
I only have 6 OS Bgs and am getting really tempted by the 4.0 snaps. I also want to try an organic.... so many dipes, so little money lol.View Thread
I've been using prefolds and thirsties and covers but I've found that lately I am grabbing the OS BumGenius. DD has nearly outgrown the small Thirsties covers and the mediums are HUGE on her. Plus she doesn't hold still long enough for me to fold the prefold and get it all on her. I love the flats but once again, she won't hold still long enough for me to get the Snappi on.View Thread
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