Washing & Care
Pre wash your nappies before use, it will take around 3-4 washes for them to reach peak absorbency.
Before washing, remove any solids by tipping them into the toilet or rinsing. Store in a dry nappy bucket or wet bag if you are out and about. Once you have enough nappies for a load, put them into the washing machine, removing the inserts.
There is no need to soak, use bleach or sanitising products as they can irritate sensitive skins and reduce the life of the elastic in your nappies.
We recommend a normal cold cycle with half strength laundry detergent. Be careful with fabric softeners as they can reduce absorbency.
Should you have any stains remaining after washing, hang the nappy inside outing the sun for a short time. The stains will be naturally bleached by the sun. We recommend the use of a drying rack to prevent stretching and to prolong the life of the leg elastic.
Can I Tumble dry my nappies?
Yes, you can! Nappies can be tumble-dried on low setting; Inserts can be tumble-dried on high.
How to Strip Wash...
You may wish to do an occasional strip wash to remove any left over detergent, which can sometimes cause build up and reduce the absorbency of your nappies.
To do this, wash your nappies on hot, with 1/4 cup of dishwashing detergent, then continue to rinse thoroughly.