BumRite Diapers is happy to announce the arrival of the RumpaRooz and Kanga Care innovative cloth diaper line and accessories. Check 'em out!
How to wash and care for your Kanga Care items:
number one thing to remember when caring for your diapers, is they are
just another load! There is no magical solution that you should need and
no crazy tricks.
To Wash 1. Cold rinse 2. Hot wash - cold rinse: add the recommended amount of detergent for the appropriate load size. 3. Cool rinse 4. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry in indirect sunlight.
Detergent Recommendations 1. Original Tide Ultra 2. Gain 3. Ecover (powdered, not liquid)
do not use laundry additives such a bleach, Oxiclean, borax or Bac-out
to wash your Kanga Care products. If you have questions about our
please ask! We are happy to help!
What about the Poop?!
Breast Fed Poo: You do not need to to do anything. Breastmilk poo is 100% organic and will dissolve in the wash.
Formula Fed and Solid Poo: Simply "plop" that poo into the toilet and flush! Solid
and thicker poo will not cling to the fleece - a little residue is
fine. "Peanutbutter" poo can be removed with some toilet paper and
flushed away or sprayed off with a diaper sprayer.
you know that even disposable diaper companies post to their packaging
that all solids should be disposed of in the toilet before tossing the
diaper? Our landfills are NOT designed to handle human waste. Flush the
Some expert tips & tricks to keeping your diapers healthy!
your home’s water heater. It should not be set above 120°F. You also
want to make sure to avoid using the sanitize cycle on your washing
Store your dirty diapers in a dry pail or wet bag. Do not store in a wet pail. Doing so will void your warranty.
Do not soak your diapers in water, detergents or additives. Soaking can damage the TPU and elastic of your diapers.
drying, do not dry in direct sunlight. The heat of the sun can damage
or fade your diapers. Line drying can wear out your elastic!
using diaper creams. They might waterproof your diapers and you will
end up with leaks. If you absolutely must use a cream, please use a
reusable liner to protect your diapers.