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#1 of 2 Old 03-12-2013, 11:34 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi

FTM, just started CDing a few days ago. I am using pockets (microfiber inner, bamboo inserts) and my DD is EBF. I am using Country Save detergent and washing every other day, and while the dipes are getting clean, some of them are already stained.

Other than sunlight (outside drying isn't a viable option for us), what can I use to get rid of/minimize stains?? TIA.
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I've used diluted Lemongrass EO sprayed directly on and rubbed into blood stains on my cloth pads... once it dries, blood is gone. Haven't tried it on poopy diaper stains though.. since my son's EC'd and making poops in the potty. You could try that, also make sure to wash them on COLD, hot sets in stains. You could try baking soda to remove stains, baking soda and vinegar, too, since those two together bubble up and might remove them.

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