Troubleshooting

Bectoria on March 27th, 2012

. Pin the Spotlight Beyond the Forums Meet Xandi   Many of our forum members have been cloth diapering for years and and their knowledge is invaluable to the cloth diapering community.  This week, join me as I interview long time Diaper Pin forum member Xandi.   Xandi is a SAHM/WAHM. She has three sweet, […]

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knickernappies on June 23rd, 2010

. Cloth diapers are so easy to use, but there is one really tricky spot that I often am asked about: ammonia in toddler diapers. This is a tricky beast with no single solution, but lots of things to try. We dealt with ammonia in our daughter’s diapers and I tried everything, even ruining a […]

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Diaper blow-outs are a common phenomena known to virtually every parent, no matter what kind of diaper system is used. While some diaper blow-outs are pretty much unavoidable, brought on by illness, unforeseen delays, forgotten diaper bags, etc, most leaks can be avoided. Taking a few minutes to figure out what is the probable cause […]

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Heather Sanders on April 21st, 2002

  What is the difference between Baking Soda and Washing Soda? One of the main questions that we get asked regarding laundry is about the usage of Baking Soda and/or Washing Soda. There is much conflicting information across the diapering sites and diapering boards online. Many are concerned that Baking Soda will build-up on their […]

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Heather Sanders on January 15th, 2002

  You may be wondering if the use of distilled white vinegar is truly essential in your cloth diaper wash. After all, there seems to be such a good amount to remember as it is, and if you can cut something out of the routine, vinegar seems to be the most viable option. Well, let […]

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amybrown on September 20th, 2001

.   Hmmm. I may be crazy, but cloth diapering at night sure isn’t! For some it’s an adventure as they search out the perfect diaper and cover combination that will leave them with a dry baby and bed after a full night. “I struggled with nighttime with my daughter. She is a heavy wetter […]

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Diaper Pin on February 15th, 2001

  You carefully chose the best detergent to use for your baby’s clothing…so you thought. You got a dye free, fragrance free detergent that claims to be tested for sensitive skin. But you didn’t know to look out for “whitening enzymes”. 3 women found this out the hard way when they tried Arm and Hammer’s […]

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