The 5 Best Detergents for Washing Cloth DiapersEver wonder what other cloth diapering moms are using to wash the funk out of their diapers? I always am. While I've been using cloth diapers with my toddler since he was roughly 18 months old, I'm always exploring new diapering options, detergents, and types of diapers. Plus having two kids in cloth diapers makes things interesting.
I had the opportunity to talk with some other cloth diapering bloggers and picked their brains for their favorite detergents to help fight the funk right out of their diapers! Some of the detergents are favorites of mine, like Rockin' Green and Tide Original. Then there are some I had never even heard of before, like Dropps and Dapple.
Calley Pate AKA The Eco Chic recommended two really great detergents: Rockin' Green which is one of my all time favorites, and Eco Nuts. I personally haven't tried Eco Nuts yet, but they are on my list!
Dapple and RLR Laundry Treatment2. Dapple and RLR Laundry Treatment
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Eco Sprout Soap and Charlies Soap3. Eco Sprout Soap and Charlies Soap
I was really happy to hear that Julie from Cloth Diaper Geek loves two different kinds of soaps that I personally have never heard of or tried. Her picks are Eco Sprout Soap and Charlies Soap.
Tide Original and Oxi Clean Free4. Tide Original and Oxi Clean Free Maria from Change Diapers is one of my favorite cloth diapering bloggers, and I was surprised to see her two favorites were some of the simplest picks! Her picks? Tide Original and Oxi Clean Free.
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Eco Sprout Soap like Julie and Crunchy Clean5. Eco Sprout Soap like Julie and Crunchy Clean Elizabeth from First Time Mom recommended another new one to me! She also loves Eco Sprout Soap like Julie and Crunchy Clean!
If you're a cloth diapering mom, what's your favorite detergent? Do you have any tricks for getting diapers nice and clean?
- By Danielle Elwood
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