An always popular question – what’s your go to ammonia strategy?
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To me this means urine is getting trapped in the diapers – and not washing out like you are supposed to.
- If it’s just an overnight diaper – then try an extra morning rinse.
- If it’s toddlerhood, try rinsing diapers quickly after use.
- If it’s babyhood, and nothing to do with the pee concentration, then let’s check your wash routine.
A few tweaks that you can make
💦 Water Temperature – shift to warm/hot
💦 Sometimes less detergent.
💦Sometimes more detergent
💦Sometimes a better rinse cycle If it’s lingering in synthetics, then I definitely like a good bleach wash to kick it out.
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