Thursday, June 26, 2014

Eco Nuts Cloth Diaper Ammonia Bouncer Review

Do your diaper smell so bad, it makes your nose burn? Even after washing and stripping your diapers over and over, you still can't get that musty smell out of them! 

Save your diapers and your nose with Eco Nuts Ammonia Bouncer for Cloth Diapers! 
Eco Nuts sent me a bottle of their Natural Ammonia Bouncer to review.
I was thrilled to try out this new product, and I must say I am impressed.

*Before using Eco Nuts Ammonia Bouncer, it is best to strip your diapers, as build up may keep the product from getting in contact with the fabric.* 

Check out how I Strip My Cloth Diapers HERE

(Wash and Dry Diapers as usual before using.) 
To get that awful smell out of your diapers, here is what you will need:
Eco Nuts Natural Ammonia Bouncer
A shallow basin or bucket 
One Tablespoon
Wooden or Plastic utensil (optional)

Fill your bucket with 1 gallon of water. 
(I used Hot water)
Soak your diapers in the bucket.
Add more water if needed.
Add 1-2 tablespoons of Ammonia Bouncer.
(I only needed 1 TBS per soak)
Use your utensil to agitate your diapers, making sure the Ammonia Bouncer reaches every part of your diapers.
Let them sit and soak for 2-3min.
Lastly, wash and dry as usual.
No More Stink!

Eco Nuts Natural Ammonia Bouncer is a must have for cloth diapers! 
You don't know what your missing. I highly recommend anyone who cloth diapers to have Eco Nuts Ammonia Bouncer on hand, cause you never know when that awful smell will come back around.
Never have stink problems again with Eco Nuts Natural Ammonia Bouncer! 



 Disclaimer:  I was given products in this post for the purpose of my honest review. I was not paid in any way to write this review nor did I pay for the product. This review is sponsored by Eco Nuts.

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Welcome to the Eco Nuts Ammonia Bouncer Giveaway sponsored by Eco Nuts and hosted by All Natural Mom 101.

One lucky reader of AllNaturalMom101 will win one(1) bottle of Eco Nuts Natural Ammonia Bouncer for Cloth Diapers.
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18 comments:

  1. Ammonia Bouncer does work so well.

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  2. I have experienced it and its not fun. Not to mention the amount of work that goes into trying to get rid of that smell! Would love to try this!

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  3. I'm experiencing them right now for the first time. Were on a long vacation, and it stinks not having my own washer and dryer where everything was working perfectly!

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  4. Cant wait to try this out I have a couple diapers that could use this!

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  5. Having an issue right now :(

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  6. I haven't yet... That bring said my husband said he's starting to think the diapers stink especially after our son pees... My nose made just be smell proof. Haha

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  7. YES!!!!! I tried to strip the diapers by rinsing rinsing rinsing but still the smell lingers! I'm new to cloth diapering so I don't know much about keeping away smells.

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  8. Cloth diapers can be so smelly.

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  9. Fingers crossed! Using my first load washed at home tonight.... Hopefully the ammonia was just from being at my mom's house....

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  10. I haven't had issues yet, as baby won't be here until September, but I've read and heard the stories.

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  11. I just saw another brand and wonder if you'll review other brands of ammonia bouncers

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  12. i havent had to bad if an issue but i can small a little so i would like to get it now before it full on like my daughters diaper were

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  13. Im due in October and this will be my first time cloth diapering so I haven't experienced ammonia issues yet, but want to be prepared!

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  14. It seems to be fixed, but I'd hate to have that happen again! The little rash came first, before the stink. It was like a sunburn on the diaper area...

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  15. Thankfully I haven't really dealt with ammonia issues.

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  16. Yes!! I switched to flats and changed detergents. Would,like to try this when it rears it's head again though.

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  17. We did when my older son was still in cloth diapers. I hadn't managed a good wash routine and he has always had strong urine. I needed to strip often, but now I have a good wash cycle down and I can usually keep it under control. Seems to depend on what he's drank through out the day and how long the diapers have sat now that we have only one in diapers we can go a few days w/o having to wash.

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