The right way: When moms store diapers, whether open or not, it's best to put them in a clean, dry place with no direct sunlight and not place other items next to them that may easily attract bugs.
Don't put them directly in the bag after opening, you can put them in a clean and airy basket or small cupboard. This is because exposure to air will make the diapers softer and the skin-friendly layer fluffier. Adequate air contact will also lead to better diaper diversion and more comfortable use. Diapers are manufactured and packaged in a closed, sterile environment and will inevitably have an inorganic, antibacterial smell that can be quickly dispersed by maintaining ventilation.
Generally speaking, it is best to use up diapers within 2 to 3 months after opening. If it is a humid environment, it needs to be used up faster, usually within a month. Opened diapers are often neglected because they are exposed to air for a long time and are prone to bacteria, which cannot be observed by the naked eye.
Diapers should not be stored in places with relatively high temperatures, otherwise the probability of baby's buttock being red is also high, especially do not put in the car in the sun, baby's buttock is prone to be red.