Washing diapers frequently in untreated hard water can result in several types of problems. Often minerals get trapped in the layers of fabric, which can cling to bacteria or just start to repel, causing your diapers to lose absorbency. Has the item in question been washed repeatedly at least a month or longer in untreated hard water? Has the item in question been repelling after use? Did you buy the item in question used, from someone else who might have washed it repeatedly in untreated hard water? Have you been using a weak detergent or something that can coat the fabrics?
The baking soda neutralizes acidic odors, removes acid and protein-based stains, and softens the diapers. The vinegar neutralizes alkaline odors and removes alkaline-based stains. Rather than adding the baking soda to your washer on wash day, you can add it directly to the diaper pail before you begin to fill it with diapers. This will help keep your diaper pail smelling fresh. Note: if you have hard water, use borax instead of baking soda.
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Written on October 24, at am by Sonya Choron. You will need to strip your diapers if you have residue or diaper odor. Residue can be caused by hard water , diapers than are not cleaned or rinsed thoroughly, detergents, or from greasy products such as diaper creams or fabric softeners.