In order to keep your nappies free from damage and covered by our warranty, it is important that nappy shells are washed at a maximum temperature 60 degrees celsius. The maximum recommended machine spin speed is 800RPM.
LOW heat tumble only on shells with caution as high heats can delaminate the PUL liquid resistant lining.
Upon receiving your New nappies, they only need to be soaked in the wash tub over night or put on for 1 hot wash cycle to gain absorbency for immediate use.
Before washing your new nappies, unsnap all the nappy shells and inserts from themselves, separating all parts to avoid tearing fabrics
Rinse dirty/wet nappy under cold water to remove solids or tip solids into toilet
Dry pail nappy until wash day- This means place the nappies and inserts in a breathable bucket allowing for smells to be emitted. This process will prolong the life span of your nappies, avoid mould or ammonia and waste build up. Do not leave any longer than 2-3 days particularly in a hot room or climates as mould grows quickly.
Wash nappy on a warm rinse cycle with detergent or a short cycle of 30-40 degrees for stains on inserts
Stains can also be treated with Sard Soap Bars, spray or roll on stain removal products. These can be found in major supermarkets. Do not leave on any longer than 2-3 days before washing the inserts.
Full wash cycle
40-60 degrees with detergent
1 Full scoop on a gentle cycle or everyday cycle
Add a stain removal if necessary if insert has not already been pre-treated.
DO NOT USE fabric softeners/ Bleach/ Vinegar/household cleaning product
Hang nappies and inserts on clothes line in shade to dry- hang by pegging front and back of nappy sideways on line to avoid over stretching of elastics, or lay then over the runs of a clothes horse to avoid over stretching of the elastics
Tumble dry on a low heat ONLY
Do not exceed clothes dryer speeds of 800 RPM, as excessive speeds can over stretch the elastics
Do not wash the nappy shells, wet bag or swim nappies on a hot wash any more than 60 degrees as this can delaminate the water resistant lining and will void your warranty. To avoid damaging or fading fabrics, do not soak in chemicals or bleaches, unless doing a once off strip and sanitize clean.
Nappy rash, skin barrier creams are fine to use but will require a warm to hot wash to remove oil and zinc residue that will impact absorbency. We recommend using a liner with nappy creams - we DO NOT recommend using 'flushable' liners as these are misleading and not to be flushed in toilets. We recommend using a micro fleece liner which can be reused by washing with your nappies.