Posted by KarenC on November 04, 19103 at 16:56:36:
In Reply to: Cleaning Sticky Poops posted by LittleLauraLovely on November 04, 19103 at 16:46:51:
First thing I recomend is getting a sprayer made especially for this purpose. It attaches right on your toilet and I presume the spray isn't so strong as to cause a mess. I've never used one myself (found out about it too late for it to be worthwhile for us) but I've heard nothing but good things about it.
Another thing you could try is flushable liners. You just put them in each diaper and when she poops you just flush them. Problem with these is that sometimes the poop runs over the liner and you still have to deal with some poop on the diaper. Flushies is a popular brand, you can get these at www.weebees.com I believe, and I got mine at www.bareware.com. Kushies flushable liners are also popular but only come in one width which, depending on the size of the diaper, can make 'run-over' more likely. They are easier to find though, many regular stores carry them, like Sears etc...
Just one bit of warning, don't assume that things will automatically get better once she's totally on table food. Both of my kids had fairly soft and sticky poop long past when they were completly on table food and cow's milk. I also tried the fleece liner trick and it just doesn't work for us, the poop will stick to that liner about 80% of the time.... I soooo wish I hadn't invested in a case of disposable liners when I did. My son is over 2.5 and we still have loads of liners left so it's not worth the money for the sprayer. If I had to do it over again, or had another child, I would buy a sprayer right from the start.