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lovencloth 06-04-2006 10:11 AM

diaper buddies?
 
I was wondering, for those of you who have used diaper buddies, what do you think of them? Do they work to keep the stinkies out, do they actually "boost" your laundry detergant as promised? What are your thoughts, before I invest money I don't have buying them.

lovencloth 06-07-2006 05:18 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
:anyone:

marymom 06-07-2006 06:16 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
:popcorn: i have no clue what a diaper buddy is, sorry.

EmmalinesMom 06-07-2006 07:40 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
I like them. They are convenient, for one thing, and sometimes I get lazy. :D They come 6 to a pack, and one buddy just goes in your diaper pail or hanging wetbag or whatever you want to freshen up, and then when it comes time to wash, the buddy just gets poured into the washer. I don't use them all the time at home, but I do like to have a pack on hand for if I'm taking a trip or something and I want the diaper bag to smell more like peppermint and less like poop. ;)

lovencloth 06-07-2006 07:42 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
http://www.soapdeck.com/soapdeckstor...f54007b312ec04

this is a diaper buddy :)

SarahJane 06-07-2006 07:54 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
I've tried them and like them, but they are expensive for every load, I think. I used them at first during my "honeymoon" cloth diapering month. Now I just add my own washing soda or baking soda and some tea tree oil if we have major stinks. I have a 13 month old though, so we only have poop 2 times a day and I wash every other. If they were cheaper I buy them all the time.

FitMommyOf2 06-07-2006 08:40 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
Oh wow, never heard of those, but they sound so yummy smelling! Too bad they're quite expensive.. I too use simply TTO right now..

My2punkins 06-07-2006 08:43 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
we use them but not for every load and to be honest I don't notice a difference when we do so I'll probably stop when I finish our pack

Righteous Recycles 06-07-2006 08:52 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
I think they would be worth it if they cost maybe 10 cents each. They are not that effective at either job, IMO.

Bridget Riedell 06-07-2006 08:57 AM

Re: diaper buddies?
 
I did come across a website that had a recipe for these/I think the main ingredient was baking soda. You mix it up and fill little muffin tins. After they dry out and set, you have your own version of diaper buddies. Haven't tried it yet. Does anyone know where this info is?


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