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I found this helpful: http://www.pinstripesandpolkadots.co...rashcreams.htm I use fleece pockets and have never had a problem with Burt's Bees diaper cream.
I forgot about Chumbas. I had 3 of these that I dearly loved. http://www.chumbas.com/xcart/customer/home.php
My first pocket dipe was an apronstrings fleece pocket. Very nice work!
I've never used Allen's but I am very impressed with Charlie's. (I used sun brand detergent before) I use Wonderoos with various stuffins. I thought I was doing a decent job keeping them clean. But WOW! one wash in Charlies and the colors are brighter, the liners whiter. They were great to buy from. Shipped fast, nice people on the phone etc. My next purchase will be the 5 gallon tub! (if you feel like using me as a referral: Andrea Scholl)
Sooooo....washing soda is sodium carbonate. sodium carbonate is also soda ash that you put in your swimming pool to regulate ph. Are they one in the same? http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/s1/sodiumca.asp
Here's the one I use. No lard or fat. http://www.recipezaar.com/32131
Maybe I'm crazy but I've used a sock or panty hose to filter loose tea leaves. If you fit the bottom jar with the sock over the mouth and poured from the soak jar it might work.
I just ordered Charlie's soap. I'm excited to try it out. They actually did their residue research on cloth dipes! Shipping is included in the price you see and it seems pretty reasonable for an environmentally friendly product. Hey if you decide to try it type in the order box that I sent you their way: Andrea Scholl
I use the large baby food jars in mine.
I recently read some research that refuted the common belief that babies should be fed plain, bland foods. http://www.wholesomebabyfood.com/tip.htm http://www.ywpw.com/forums/child/pos...0/html/84.html Whatever I'm eating is fair game. Pickles, peppers, curry, mexican, italian...etc.
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