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Tag Archive: drying

Cloth 101: Line Drying Cloth Diapers
April 5, 2015 11:26 am | by
Prepping Cloth Diapers

A gentle breeze, warm weather, and sun means spring. And you know what spring means? Line drying your cloth diapers, which we recommend for diaper covers and shells. You can learn more here. Line drying your cloth diapers is also a great way to save money. It can put more than $10 back in your pocket each month. Plus, drying your diapers in the sun can also remove stains and sanitize your stash. Most people think you have to have a clothesline in your yard to dry your diapers or clothes outside, but that isn’t necessarily true. You can use a folding

Cloth Diaper Basics: Drying Cloth Diapers Indoors
December 28, 2014 2:34 pm | by

BRRRRR, it’s cold outside. Winter is here, which means drying your cloth diapers outdoors is practically impossible due to low temperatures. Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered when it comes to air drying your diapers. There are plenty of hacks that you can do to dry your cloth diapers indoors, especially during the cooler months. Here are a few of our tips: Use an indoor drying rack. Cotton Babies carries laundry products that are very practical and not just for cloth diapers. The Three-tier drying rack is space efficient and pre-assembled. Perfect for smaller homes, apartments and dorms, this drying rack easily folds shut, so

Cloth 201: Drying Your Cloth Diapers
November 24, 2013 9:34 am | by
Cloth Diaper Creams

During the summer, most of us have the luxury of drying and sunning our cloth diapers outdoors since the weather is warmer. But during the cool, winter months, most of us can’t. So what’s a busy mom to do when she can’t dry her cloth diapers outside? Dry her cloth diapers inside, of course! First off, let’s cover the basic rules of drying cloth diapers. Just because you have to dry your cloth diapers indoors for a few months does not mean that you can do it in the dryer! bumGenius Freetime – The bumGenius Freetime was specifically designed to dry faster,