You can dry your Funky Fluff diapers in the dryer on low, but lots of #FunkyFluffian Mamas like to air dry to save energy, reduce wear and tear, or to take advantage of the stain-fighting power of the sun. You don’t have to have access to an outdoor clothesline to dry your Funky Fluff: we got members of our Official Chatter Group to share with us the funky ways they try their Funky Fluff!
Outdoor racks are a great option if you don’t have a line, as Lis M. shows us:
And yes, you CAN line dry in the winter! The sun’s UV rays will still help whiten your diapers. Felicia hangs her diapers length-wise which helps reduce wear and tear on the elastics:
You can make your own makeshift, indoor line like Lindsay G. does at her window. She turns the diapers inside-out to maximize exposure to the sun to fight stains.
Krystle A.’s indoor line doesn’t even need clothes pegs!
Vanessa S.’s diapers just hang around:
Traditional metal drying racks work great too, as Stefanie S. shows us:
Tiffany S. has a classy wooden rack for drying indoors:
Felicia’s indoor rack sure holds a lot, and folds up to take up no space:
I have an Ikea rack that hangs in our bathroom, with these handy octopus hangers suspended over the tub:
Jennifer N. just uses her shower curtain rod:
On a less conventional note, Theresa A. shows us she’s our biggest fan:
How do you air dry your fluff?