This can happen if the liner fabric is clogged with detergent from not being fully rinsed when washed. For a more in depth explanation for why this is happening, you can read here.
There are a couple things you can try to resolve this.
- Make sure your washing machine water flow level is high enough that it is able to get to all of the liner.
- Use our deep cleaning method. We recommend doing this once every 2 months.
Here are the steps for deep cleaning your GuineaDad Liners.
- Flip the pocket so it is inside out.
- If you have a tub, plug the drain and turn on the water to either cold or warm water.
- If you don’t have a tub, you can use one of the large buckets that you find in most hardware stores. 5 gallon buckets work well.
- Fill the water high enough in either the tub or bucket so the liner can be fully soaked.
- Let soak overnight.
- After soaking, wring the liner out as much as you can.
- Place your soaked liners in your washing machine and follow normal washing instructions, which you can find here.
You can also read a more in depth explanation for why this is happening here.
We have a video tutorial for a more visual demonstration on how to deep clean your GuineaDad Liners. To watch the video, click here (Deep Cleaning - How to Keep Your Liner in Tiptop Shape Like a Pro).