Which laundry for cloth diapers ?

Which laundry for cloth diapers ?

Why choose cloth diapers ?

The use of cloth diapers for babies is more and more frequent. Families prefer this solution in order to take care of their children's skin, but also of the environment.

In fact, cloth diapers do not contain any controversial substances that could harm the health of infants.

More respectful of the environment, an infant will need about twenty cloth diapers against nearly 4,800 disposable diapers over two and a half years of use. A considerably reduced environmental impact which is part of a zero waste approach.

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What detergent use to wash cloth diapers ?

To keep cloth diapers effective and healthy, it is important to maintain them well on a daily basis.

Totally adapted to the maintenance of cloth diapers, our laundry with Marseille soap is not enriched with glycerin, which avoids the clogging of diapers and thus makes it more efficient in terms of absorption.

For an optimal and respectful washing of the skin of the infants, we advise you our liquid laundry with the soap flakes of soap of Marseille which is ideal for the washing of all the textiles, of which the delicate linen (linen of baby, wool, silk...). Hypoallergenic, based on oleic sunflower oil and copra, and totally free of palm oil, our laundry will naturally take care of your baby.

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Make your home made laundry Marius Fabre !

You can also make your economical and ecological laundry with Marseille soap thanks to our soap flakes.
To do this, follow our recipe!

  • → put a small handful or 30g of shavings at the bottom of your laundry can
  • → pour very hot water over the chips to melt them (start with 1/2 liter)
  • → shake well
  • → pour again 1/2 liter of very hot water, to reach 1L of laundry
  • → shake well
  • → your laundry is ready !

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In addition to respecting the skin of babies, Marius Fabre's Marseille soap is vegetable, biodegradable and phosphate-free: it therefore fits perfectly into our desire to make only products that respect the environment.

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Feel free to head over to Ana In Green's blog to read her post on "How to maintain your cloth diapers?"