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Soupdragon wrote:You don't need to rinse. I bung all nappies in the dry pail, then cold rinse, 60c wash with a half dose of detergent and, occasionally, do a final cold rinse. BF poo I just ignored; it washes out really, really easily. When DD got a little older anything substantial rolls off the fleece liners we use in fitteds (no pockets/AIOs here). I don't worry about every single little thing left on a nappy - that's why I wash at 60c.
MegAndMe wrote:So I was just browsing the review for Tots Bots Easyfit V2 and came across someone mentioning hosing off a soiled nappy in the loo using a shower attachment... That sounds like a much better plan than my current method of attempting to rinse it in the flush of the toilet...
Any tips like that - things that make the experience easier would be VERY gratefully recieved! ;-) It might all seem like common sense and second nature to you guys, but it would have taken me an age to work that out on my own!
that could have been me, yes def rinse solids off (sorry soupdragon) i mainly use easyfits here with my 2 and thru not rinsing poo off first i've burnt 3 outlet motors on my machine!
i just got a simple shower attatchment plugged onto the tap in the downstairs loo and hosed off b4 chucking in the nappy bin. sorry but poop does have a habit of lingering in the machine imo, the amount of preloved veg i found around the seal in the past is unreal.