|I use my Sandys mostly at night so don't get much poop on them, but I do think they are harder to get stains out off by the ruffle. Once when I was selling some Sandys for a friend, to get rid of the darker-ruffle stains, I soaked the diapers in lemon juice and hung them on the line, over two lines, kind of stretching the leg openings a bit, since, as noted, the sun can't get inside the cinched-in ruffles. That really helped, but obviously not something you want to mess with every time. Sun-bleaching the OS is easier because you can just drape them over the line with the middle part upwards and the sun can hit everything. Sun-bleaching aside, unless the poop really really gets into the ruffles, I don't think the Sandys are really any harder to dunk/rinse.