What is the disinfection of baby's diapers?

What is the disinfection of baby's diapers?

Sep 06, 2021XieYifang

Diapers are a very common baby product, and almost every baby will use diapers. When using a diaper, the baby's skin will directly touch the diaper, so it is important to keep the diaper clean and hygienic. So, what is the disinfection of baby's diapers? Let the editor of Baibai Safety Net work with you to find out!

If you want to do all the breastfeeding, diaper changing, and diaper washing, you have to make a plan that allows you to wash a large number of diapers at once. The premise of this plan is to have a large stock of diapers-I recommend no less than 24 yuan. You have to prepare two plastic buckets for disinfecting diapers: one for dirty diapers and one for wet diapers. This plastic bucket should be larger, at least large enough to hold 6 diapers, plus disinfectant, and must have a lid and strong, load-bearing handles. However, don’t buy a bucket that is too big. You will not be able to carry it to the bathroom and put it in the washing machine after it is filled with diapers and disinfectant. There are special diaper buckets on the market, as long as they are the same size and have a lid. Fill the bucket with proper amount of water and disinfectant as required every morning. Rinse the wet diapers with cold water, wring them out, and put them in the diaper bucket. Try to flush the feces on the diaper into the toilet, and then place the dirty urine in the sprayed water when flushing the toilet to flush out the rest of the dirt. After being wringed, dipped in a disinfectant solution, and left for a certain period of time as required, then take out both diapers.

UV light sterilizer

Rinse the wet diaper thoroughly with hot water, and then dry it. Put the dirty diapers in the washing machine, adjust to heating and wash, then rinse and wring them dry. Or you can put it in a bathtub and wash it off with hot water. Finally, use an uv light sanitizer box to disinfect immediately.

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