Detergents For Cloth Diapers That Will Get The Stinkiest Laundry Sparkling Clean

Published on February 27, 2022
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A great alternative to disposable diapers, especially if you’re looking for a cost effective solution. It also happens to be much more environmentally friendly. Best of all, fabric diapers are much softer and more gentle on babies’ soft skin and the bonus is that they are also really cute! The one thing is that they do require to be cleaned, and there are special detergents that you need to use to make sure they are safe for your baby and also work great.

Babyganics Laundry Detergent

Babyganics Laundry Detergent

You need to watch cloth diapers about two to three days in order to avoid stains. Also, you should be changing your baby more frequently than with disposable diapers since fabric ones are not as moisture wicking. These are the best options to choose from.

Babyganics Laundry Detergent

Babyganics laundry detergent uses almost all plant-based ingredients and doesn’t include any sulfates, dyes, brighteners, or fragrances. Also, it is concentrated enough that you don’t have to use a lot of it for each load of laundry, which really add up when you have a baby.

Bambino Bio Miofresh Laundry Detergent

Bambino Mio’s laundry detergent is enzyme and brightener free that is great for cleaning everything out of the diapers while also being gentle enough for your baby’s skin. One Amazon reviewer said: “Now that he’s eating solids and it smells like something died in his pants, getting the diapers REALLY clean is essential to my sanity. This product does it.”

Bambimo Bio Miofresh Laundry Detergent

Bambimo Bio Miofresh Laundry Detergent

Nellie’s Non-Toxic Detergent

When it comes to natural detergents, some people might be weary of how effective they might be. Nellie’s is great because it helps clean diapers and keep them odor-free without any added fragrances or brighteners. It also doesn’t leave any residue because it dissolves fully after each wash. An Amazon reviewer shared:  “1) It cleans the diapers really well. I haven’t had smell issues (hallelujah). 2) It’s one of the approved detergents, and with good reason. It’s been really gentle on the fabric. (Also great, gotta make the investment in bumgenius and fuzzybuns last!) 3)It lasts FOREVER! Seriously, just one container lasted about a year for me.”

Nellie's Non Toxic Detergent

Nellie’s Non Toxic Detergent

Charlie’s Soap Laundry Detergent

When it comes to using hard water, buildup of minerals like magnesium and calcium and can really affect fabric cloth diapers. This specific detergent uses baking soda, which is a natural water softener. Charlie’s Soap detergent cleans the cloth without any brighteners, fillers, fragrances, and doesn’t leave any residue. One reviewer said: “Great natural alternative to other detergents. Bought it for cloth diapers only – and now I use it for all loads and all clothes. A small scoop goes a long way and it’s a huge bag. Definitely worth the price.”

Charlie's Soap Laundry Detergent

Charlie’s Soap Laundry Detergent

Seventh Generation

Seventh Generation is another great option that’s more environmentally friendly, as it is EPA Safer Choice certified, so it has been approved by EPA scientists as it includes ingredients that are better for people and the planet. It cleans stinky diapers without affecting their absorbency abilities and is yet another fragrance-free option. An Amazon reviewer shared: “Switched to this Seventh Generation, scent-free detergent after finding its completely non-toxic and even safe to use for newborn’s clothing as well! So many of my friends use it and love it too. Price is good! It cleans just as well as any other laundry detergent! Smells and stains are removed from soiled clothing. I’m well pleased!”

Babyganics Laundry Detergent

Babyganics Laundry Detergent

Seventh Generation 

Seventh Generation

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