Cloth Diaper Laundering Aids
Hey, you know you have to wash them, so here are some products designed to make it easier on you!
Are you sick and tired of battling with stinky diapers?
Then Rockin' Green should be on your cloth diaper playlist!
We are currently carrying Rockin' Green's REMIX, which is:
Rockin' Green comes in three formulas and a variety of scents. The awesome thing about the scents is that they wash completely out of your laundry - they're really just for your own personal enjoyment while you do laundry!
Classic Rock: This is the sound that started it all. Our original formula is great for diapers and regular clothes. So use it on everything! This formula is designed for those with middle of the road water, not too soft and not too hard. When in doubt start with classic rock!
Soft Rock: This is the formula designed for the most sensitive of customers! Designed for those with soft water, this formula is just the right mix of gentle cleaners to get the job done with less rinsing.
Hard Rock: This hard water formula is perfect for those that struggle with diaper laundry! Hard Rock will blow you away!
Not sure which formula to use? Rockin' Green has a handy chart, but also take into account your local variations. Well water, water softener, etc., will all make a different. Still not sure? Try a sample size and see what you think! (We use Hard Rock in Des Moines, without a water softener.)
Rockin’ Green is made of safe, phosphate free ingredients which makes it good for the planet and gentler on your little ones. Ingredients: sodium carbonate , sodium percarbonate, natural chelating agents, sodium sulfate, biodegradable surfactants, natural fragrance oils (if scented is chosen).
Personally, I love this detergent. And I've tried a LOT of laundry soap over the years. I've never found anything I was super thrilled with for diapers (including Charlie's, Country Save, and a few other of the usual soaps recommended for diapers). Our family was having some issues with stink once Genna became a toddler and started having that stinky toddler pee. Rockin' Green absolutely wiped that out. It was truly amazing.
Available in several yummy fragrances and unscented!
Rage against the Raspberry- this raspberry and honey blend will have you running around the laundry room looking for the mosh pit!
One bag of Rockin' Green Laundry Soap will wash 45 loads in a regular top-loader, or 90 in an HE washing machine.
Want to try it for free? Ask for a sample pack to be included with your order. (Sorry, we don't ship samples free by themselves.)
Do you have the funk? Stinkies? Ammonia problems? Diapers that make your eyes water? Have you considered a kryptonite lined diaper pail to contain the smell of your dirty diapers? Did fluffy or fido have an accident on your bunny slippers? Dealing with the dreaded toddler pee?
You need funk rock!
This 100% natural compound is unlike anything you have tried before. It targets funk at the source and leaves no prisoners. Just 4 tablespoons is enough to de-funk up to 20 diapers in one sitting. A little to your pre-wash to keep the stinkies from coming back.
That’s right, this little 9 ounce bag will keep the diaper funk away for over a month!
An easy way to lanolize your wool items. Simply spray this non-clumping mist and gently work into the wool. Made with organic lanolin and other beneficial organic oils. Helps to gently condition your wool diaper covers and soakers. Also works great to help soften scratchy sweaters. (I have used this to soften a wool hat I knit for myself last year that was making my forehead itch!)
Available in three scents:
Lavender: Classic, fresh scent that is often used in baby products.
2 fl oz bottle of pure pharmaceutical grade, pesticide-free and chemical-free liquid lanolin for easy lanolizing. The lanolin oil will not clump up on you when you're lanolizing your woolens. This is, in my opinion, much better and much easier to use than lanolin creams that you have to melt.
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I personally find the scent of these discs to be quite pleasant without being overpowering.