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... Fusselinchen 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Fort Bragg, NC, United States 16176 posts
19th Nov '12
user banned 2 kids; Fucking, Austria 36337 posts
19th Nov '12

lemon juice and leave out in the sun.

.free. 2 kids; Arkansas 36040 posts
19th Nov '12

Sunning!

Mrs cree Due November 23; 33 kids; Ontario 1907 posts
19th Nov '12

Try ammonia or scrub with Murphy's oil soap

.free. 2 kids; Arkansas 36040 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Mrs cree:" Try ammonia or scrub with Murphy's oil soap"

Both of those sound extremely bad for cloth diapers :?

Nomo 4 kids; Mueang Phuket, Thailand 30487 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting ℳary ℐane:" lemon juice and leave out in the sun."



sunning a few days really can help!

KillerMombie 3 kids; Belle Chasse, Louisiana 28281 posts
19th Nov '12

Sun them, if you can. It helps A TON at getting stains out. I've also seen mamas have great success with Buncha Farmers Stain Sticks. They are cloth diaper friendly and seem to work really well from all the pictures and testimony I've seen. I've got some on the way that I can't wait to try out!!

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
19th Nov '12

Lemon juice and sun, like a pp said. And if you did that to any PUL items, they are most likely toast lol

KillerMombie 3 kids; Belle Chasse, Louisiana 28281 posts
19th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Moses.:</b>" Lemon juice and sun, like a pp said. And if you did that to any PUL items, they are most likely toast lol"</blockquote>




!!! I really hope nothing you boiled has PUL.

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting KillerMombie:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Moses.:</b>" Lemon juice and sun, like a pp said. And if you ... [snip!] ... did that to any PUL items, they are most likely toast lol"</blockquote> !!! I really hope nothing you boiled has PUL."


Or washed in water 200 degrees F

Mrs cree Due November 23; 33 kids; Ontario 1907 posts
19th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting L☮J:</b>" Both of those sound extremely bad for cloth diapers :?"</blockquote>



Ammonia is recommended for cloth diapers and Murphy's oil soap is from vegetable oil soap not toxic at all

.free. 2 kids; Arkansas 36040 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Mrs cree:" <blockquote><b>Quoting L☮J:</b>" Both of those sound extremely bad for cloth ... [snip!] ... Ammonia is recommended for cloth diapers and Murphy's oil soap is from vegetable oil soap not toxic at all"

Ammonia would probably eat through PUL.

Moses. Due October 27; 3 kids; Texas 16003 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Mrs cree:" <blockquote><b>Quoting L☮J:</b>" Both of those sound extremely bad for cloth ... [snip!] ... Ammonia is recommended for cloth diapers and Murphy's oil soap is from vegetable oil soap not toxic at all"


Murphy's oil burned the shit out of my HANDS, I'd hate to know what it'd do to diapers! And ammonia is stronger and more hostile than bleach

BunnyGirl19 Due December 13; 3 kids; 10 angel babies; Oregon 16068 posts
19th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting L☮J:</b>" Ammonia would probably eat through PUL."</blockquote>




It does. Ask me how I know? LOL! I had some Windex I'd just bought and some PUL diaper cuts I'd gotten in the mail. I threw the fabric in the bag with the Windex so I'd have less packages to carry in. The Windex was leaking slightly. Where it landed the laminate on my fabric bubbled up and then with washing turned into little holes. I wouldn't recommend using an ammonia cleaning product on diapers at all!!!

Fusselinchen 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Fort Bragg, NC, United States 16176 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Moses.:" Lemon juice and sun, like a pp said. And if you did that to any PUL items, they are most likely toast lol"


call me an idiot, i have no idea what PUL means. :oops:




anyways - i would have tried the sunning, but there is no sun here right now.
all we get during day time (which is like 6-7 hours of daylight) is a shitload of fog and rain :(



could i soak them in anything to try get the stains out, without f**king up the color/patterns and minky on them?!