I do not use a diaper pail, I just put my used cloth diapers straight into the washing machine with no water (I have a front loading).
Then every two days I do a rinse and short spin the diapers with cold water (and a bit of vinegar).
Then do a hot wash with organic detergent (only a TBSP).
Hang the diapers to dry and start all over again.
Any smell is trapped in the washing machine and I never usually need to do laundry more often then every two days so it works out perfectly.
Thanks to Mandy for this Frugal Baby Tip!
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