Here at GroVia, our top priorities are getting your diapers clean and keeping your baby’s skin healthy.
We want to make it as easy as possible to wash your diapers by offering a common sense approach that includes a simple wash routine and easily-accessible detergent options. The detergent you choose is only one part of the equation to get your diapers clean. You'll also need to consider your washing machine, water type, cycle duration, and the specific diapers that you are washing. The information below is just a guide - you may need to do some little trial and error in order to find the perfect solution for your unique situation. If you find that you are having issues, please reach out to us as we’d be happy to help!
Our favorite detergents for getting cloth diapers clean are:
In general, plant-based detergents do not clean as well as mainstream detergents. That being said, we know that some people will still want to use them. If you do decide to use an eco-friendly option, you may need to increase the amount of detergent to compensate for the weaker cleaning ability and/or add a water softener if you have hard water. If using a plant-based detergent, start with 1x the recommended amount in your prewash cycle PLUS 1.5 – 2x the amount in the main wash.
Best-performing plant-based detergents:
The GroVia Recipe for Success
"There is no mystery for getting clean diapers, but there are a few basic things you need, a washing machine, enough of a good cleaning detergent, and warm water. Do not fall prey to the false notion that you can clean wet, poopy diapers with a tablespoon of detergent... because you can’t!”