Cloth Diaper Liners
There are one-time use disposable liners, reusable liners you can diy, or you can purchase reusable diaper liners. Cloth diaper liners have no absorbency, but they make it easier to clean up poop or can be used with non-cloth diaper safe rash creams. This can make cloth diapers "easier" but liners are generally prone to bunching. You can also use diaper liners if you're going out of town and won't be able to use your normal poop disposal method.
Cloth Diaper Sprayer
This is my personal preferred method for cloth diaper poops! It works great for babies who don't have "ploppable" poos. You install a bidet-style attachment to your toilet which you will use to spray off any solids into the toilet bowl. You can also use a cloth diaper shield such as SprayPal shield. You clip the cloth diaper to the top of the shield, and spray away!
You could also spray your diapers off with your shower head if it will reach over to your toilet.
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Dunk and Swish
This method can be used as your main method, or if you're traveling and want to use your cloth diapers on the go! You "dunk" the dirty end of the diaper into the toilet bowl, and "swish" until the solids are off.
If your baby's poops are more solid, you can just flip the diaper over the toilet to dump the solids off. Some people choose to use a dedicated spatula for solids that won't come off as easy.
Parents who use cloth diapers are often asked how they deal with the poop. If the baby is not on solid food yet, there may be no need to do anything. However, there are various options available for removing diaper popo, and it is important to do so for both reusable and disposable diapers.