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    • +1 to that. For some reason (that i won't bore you with the chemical explanation of) talc based baby powder will kill the odor quite quickly. For those that believe that it remains on your skin, or enters the sweat glands, there is partial evidence for this, however only if you're in it a long time. The absolute BEST solution to these problems is to use a good barrier cream like Sudocrem or Nappy Goo before you put on your diapers. These will keep the poop from ever actually touching your skin at a microscopic level (even though it still feels like it) and makes cleanup a lot easier. Therefore, once you manage to wash these greasy and polymeric lotions off your skin, your golden. Note: they are not easily soluble in water, and further polymerize with alkalines like soap so for that I use a weak acid like vinegar to remove them, then apply fragrant soap. As always, I hope I helped, and i hope you learned something.
    • Sorry to bring up an old thread... but GLOVES man GLOVES. I thought this was common knowledge but maybe not. Buy a pack of surgical gloves from the pharmacy and whenever dealing with something messy, put them on, and dispose of them afterwards.
    • great start and premise - looking forward to seeing how it goes and what the large sum of money is needed to do
    • This is certainly true if you only leave it for 24 hours or less. The ammonia which forms with even the slightest amount of oxidation results in a strong smell of "stale urine" which is quite pungent, and often more obvious than a messy diaper. I've been caught more often due to the smell of urine (if circumstances force me to wear for a long time) than the smell of poop. Bear in mind, Urine is a complex (but usually sterile, unless you have an infection) mixture of chemicals. Stale urine (once oxidized) is more complex again and among other things was used to first isolate White Phosphorous, as well as in the early development of gunpowder. So whilst quite versatile, stale urine will develop a very strong chemical odor after a few days. Believe it or not, human urine was a critical component in the development of modern chemistry over the previous practice of alchemy.
    • Lara let him do so and looked at him lovingly. Lindsey made sure to watch over him as they played.