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#1 of 3 Old 03-26-2014, 04:29 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Interested in this. Been using TideFree , tried the powder with much hesitation. Babys bottom is reddening. TideFree wasn't keeping them clean enough. But now I'm worried. Thinking of double washing back to tidefree. I want to know how bad it might get. Then again it could be a teething rash but I doubt it since its on the thighs.
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When I made the switch to tide I started with tide free and eventually had the stinks and a lot of buildup. It could be the rash is coming from that? I stripped them then went with tide ultra powder and it works great. I find if I rinse them enough my daughter does not get rashes from the tide ultra...in fact, her rashes were worse with tide free because of the other issues, buildup/not getting clean enough.
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