- Clean diapers are delivered in a waterproof bag that is used to line our diaper pail.
- Simply toss the dirty diapers into the pail. No dunking or soaking necessary.
- On delivery day, put your pail of dirty diapers out for pick up.
- We will swing by and exchange them with a clean batch of diapers that we picked up from the previous week.
It’s that simple.
WHAT ABOUT POOP?
Don’t worry, there is no need to rinse the diapers. Simply toss soiled diapers into the pail. Once your baby has solid poo, just shake the solids off into the toilet before tossing in the pail (something you should do regardless of how you diaper your baby).
HOW OFTEN DO WE NEED TO DO A DIAPER CHANGE?
Whether in cloth or disposables, you need to change your baby’s diaper when it is soiled or about every 2 hours (more often for newborns, less often for older babies and toddlers).
WHAT ABOUT DIAPER RASH?
Diaper rash is less common with the use of cloth diapers. But unfortunately it still happens for a number of different reasons. To help prevent diaper rash change your baby’s diaper often, allow for bare bottom time, use a baby & diaper friendly diaper balm/cream with each diaper change (to protect skin before a rash). All you need is a thin layer of the balm/cream rubbed onto baby’s bottom. We ask that you use ones that have been approved for use with cloth diapers, such as Grovia Magic Stick, or pure coconut oil. Contact us if you have a question regarding diaper rash creams.
On your designated pick up day simply place your bag of dirty diapers in the pail, and place the closed pail in your designated dry secure location (front porch, back porch, etc.). Our drivers will swing by between 6am and 6pm and exchange them with a bag of clean diapers.
WHAT IF WE FORGET TO PUT OUR DIAPERS OUT?
We totally understand how pregnancy brain turns into tired-mommy-brain to busy-mommy-brain and that things can be forgotten. However, deliveries only occur in your town once a week. Therefore, it is imperative that you have your diapers out for pick-up when we arrive. There is no shame in setting a weekly reminder alarm on your phone. Believe me…we do that for everything!