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Christine Daryleanne

Cleaning Poducts for Little Girls

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I wonder if they make anything that could be used for diapers and rubber panties

http://www.britishfoodshop.com/fairy-cleaning-products.asp

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Fairy non-bio washing tablets. Been washing mine terries with them for years.

Incidentally their trade mark is baby in a thick terry nappy.

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I would like detailed and specific information on how to get it in the US. That would be just soooooo me

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On ‎5‎/‎15‎/‎2016 at 9:22 AM, Christine Daryleanne said:

I wonder if they make anything that could be used for diapers and rubber panties

http://www.britishfoodshop.com/fairy-cleaning-products.asp

I recently tried using Oxi-Clean to bleach my diapers and it did a really good job. I don't think I'd use it on waterproof pants, though. Oxygen bleach is supposedly much better for cleaning diapers than chlorine bleach. As for laundry soap, I use Purex for diapers, soakers and waterproof pants. The key is thorough rinsing.

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Right now, I do a "pre-wash" with a small bit of Tide and Express setting and a full was with Dreft at either Whites or Deep Wash setting at the end, I use an extra spin cycle by adding "Drain & Spin". HE are not good at spin cycles so I double up

http://www.fluffloveuniversity.com/how-to-wash-cloth-diapers/washing-with-an-he-machine/

For panties I rinse well immediately after use, Wash is occasional in a WEAK solutin of dish detergent and a thorough rinse, all in tepid water. Genreally the material outlasts the elastics; up to 3-4 years. Also my panties are made of thick 6 or 7 mil material. This keeps the relationship between surface and non-surface material lower than the thin materials so far less of the softening agent is exposed to air or other degrading conditions

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Thank you Rachel

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