Struggling with dirty diaper stink? There’s lots of great ways to store dirty diapers, but even the best strategies can still end up stinky.
You can rinse your diapers, wash them more frequently, ensure they get plenty of air, and still have a stink issue. It is a pile of dirty diapers, no?
We’ve got the solution for you: Bambooz.
Simple, Reusable Odor Absorption
Made from bamboo charcoal, Bambooz quickly absorb and neutralize odours. Simply charcoal derived from bamboo, bamboo charcoal has been used for centuries as an air purifier. Bamboo charcoal is a porous material that traps.
But what is charcoal bamboo? Its bamboo that has been burnt, simple as that. This technique has been used for centuries across Asia to minimize odours in and around the home. We choose bamboo because of it's performance but also because of its sustainability compared to other charcoal products. Bamboo forests are quick to grow and create a natural and sustainable product.
When compared to regular charcoal, bamboo charcoal outperforms offering strong adsorption rates because of it’s large surface area to mass ratio.
Charcoal bamboo can be easily recharged by setting in the direct sun for 2-3 hours. UV rays expand the pores allowing the pollutants to escape.
Do this as needed if you notice the pouches working less efficiently. Many families find they only need to do this once a year; however, you might find best performance doing this every 2-3 months.
What do I do with them?
Have other stinky spaces in your home? Bambooz can help keep doors down and purify air in your drawers, shoes, purses, gym bags, fridge, cooler, vehicle, and more. If you can think of a small space, you can put a Bambooz there.
Unlike other odour neutralizers, Bambooz are unscented! Making a win for anyone sensitive to scents.
Bailey is a mom of two young and wild children living in the cold tundra of Northern BC. She fell in love with cloth diapering where she continues her passion here at Nuggles as the Director of Happiness. Bailey loves social media, chewy candies, and chasing waterfalls.