View Poll Results: How were you drying your diapers when the PUL delaminated?
Dryer - High heat or commercial dryer (laundromat) 2 20.00%
Dryer - Low-medium heat 6 60.00%
Hang dry - inside 4 40.00%
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Old 02-23-2012, 10:40 AM   #11
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Re: If you have had a diaper with PUL Delaminate...

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I have always had PUL diapers(almost three years now), always dried on high and have NEVER had a diaper delaminate. I have purchased a used one where the PUL has started pulling away from the fabric, but the dryer has not made it worse and it still works fine.
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I'm not voting because I don't use PUL frequently enough to be a good "tester", but we do use PUL hanging pails and wash with every diaper load. I started off hang drying them, but soon got lazy and dried them on medium heat. 3 years of CDing and no delamination.
Forgot about pail liners. I bought 3 PW pail liners when DS was born, one delaminated within 3 months, the others still look almost new 2 years later. They were all dried on high heat.
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The only thing I've had delaminated is our Gro via pail liner. It was hung dry half the time & dried on the super light setting half the time. It took less than a year to delaminate & was used in rotation with 2 other pail liners.
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Re: If you have had a diaper with PUL Delaminate...

I have 6 old Fuzzibunz with delaminating PUL. They were mostly dried outside on the line, but occasionally thrown in the dryer on low/no heat (if the weather wasn't cooperating).

I think they delaminated becuse they're super old .
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Old 02-23-2012, 12:35 PM   #15
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I had a planetwise liner that I always line dried and it delaminated at 8 months. I had 9 fuzzibunz delaminate after 6 months. They were dried in the dryer and line equally. Lastly, I had a PW wetbag delaminate around 10 or 11months dried exclusively in the dryer (probably hot).

So its hard to vote but I saw no pattern for us. I think it would also be hard to distinguish between dryers' hots and mediums. We have used three different dryers and one's low was as hot as my new dryers' hot. My mom's took three cycles on hot to get my inserts dry and mine takes one.
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