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Old 07-01-2013, 09:56 AM   #1
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We are going to Disney in a few months. #3 will turn 1 when we're there, #2 is only in diapers at night so he may be out of them by then but I'm not counting on it.

We are doing cloth. No other options. So how am I supposed to rinse the semi solid poop out of #3s diapers? Do you think I could hook up a sprayer to the sink or tub faucet? We are going to be there for 9 days so waiting to wash isn't really an option.

Have you done something similar? Any tips? What do you recommend?

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Old 07-01-2013, 10:08 AM   #2
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Will you have any access to a washing machine?
I would go with flats and covers. It's single layer but very absorbent and easy to clean.
You could give them a wash every night in the tub or sink and hang them today while y'all are gone.
I think I would personally use disposables being gone that long. It takes up much less luggage space and I would t have to worry about diaper laundry while on vacation.
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Yep, there are washing machines available. Sposies aren't an option for us. I use mostly prefolds and covers but I do have about 30 flats I am bringing for easy washing. I'm mostly worried about the poop lol.
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Yep, there are washing machines available. Sposies aren't an option for us. I use mostly prefolds and covers but I do have about 30 flats I am bringing for easy washing. I'm mostly worried about the poop lol.
I would just use the flats then. You can just plop the poop and deal with it in the evenings. Maybe rinse them in a sink you won't be using so you dont have to worry about cleaning that sink every single night.
Have you used liners before? You can use cut up fleece or disposable liners if you prefer. The poop kinda rolls off of the fleece, and if its super gross they are cheap nigh to just throw away.
I bought mine off the clearance rack at Joann's, it was about $5 and I made about 30 or so liners.
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Re: Diapers & Disney World

I vote for fleece liners and throwing them away for really yucky poops.
I never had a diaper spray and I never needed one. I plopped and was done. Sometimes I did need an extra prerinse.
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Re: Diapers & Disney World

We live by disneyland and when we go for daytrips we do cloth just fine. You can use the bio-soakers too and just throw away. They work great!! Hope you fine a great solution!
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I'd get disposable liners.
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I'd do flushable liners mama!
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Re: Diapers & Disney World

I would do liners. If your child's skin is too sensitive for the disposable rice paper kind, just go to walmart or a fabric store and buy the cheapest, ugliest thin fleece and cut it into strips to fit inside the diaper.

I used to do this when DS had a rash and i needed to use diaper rash cream or yeast medication. I could usually find fleece at walmart for around $3 a yard and that made a TON of liners and I didnt feel bad about throwing them away! Probably still cheaper than disposable linerts too AND it wicks the moisture away from the baby's skin

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Re: Diapers & Disney World

They have baby care stations in the magic kingdom that have diaper sprayers! We are planning to go this spring with 6 month old and plan to shake out what we can and at the end of the day visit this area to give them a thorough rinse until we wash at the laundry.
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