|i have been cloth diapering for a few months now. I was using a wet pail, line drying and sunning my son's diapers. Basically I was babying them so that they would not get stained and would last.
Now that school has started for the year and 3 of my 4 children are in school, i find i have less time because of everything associated with having a schedule. Pathfinders,sparks and special olympics are started up too, so I will be even more swamped!
I recently just went to a dry pail method after reading many posts here on ME. I also dyed them so that stains do not show and have been using the dryer and line drying. I find they are more fun being different colours,(thanks Karen) and the dry pail is not even icky.
I also got my husband to install a diaper sprayer, and HOLY JUMPIN, does it ever work well! I am so glad he did it!
We used to use a beautiful stainless steal garbage can in the kitchen, but found it was too hard to pull a full garbage out of, so now I am using that as a dry pail. What I am doing is, I have it lined with a garbage bag (so the diapers do not dry out, because that is how they stain) and a mesh laundry bag inside of that. The lid is closed and it contains the very little smell that there is. This is working wonderfully and the can looks sharp in the bathroom!
The wetpail was difficult and smelly, like the water would get skunky very quickly!
What was the problem with the fuzzy buns? I think they are rather cute.