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no not THAT kind.....

How do you strip your diapers? I read people mentioning this alot..and I am curious to know what methods you find effective and why?
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: "no not THAT kind"
Sorry. I don't do that kind of thing but I know lots of ladies here do so someone can help you surely.
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Well, I only use sportswash on my dipes w/o anything extra in my routine. I had been adding this TTO solution (sol-u-mel) which works great for tons of other stuff, but does NOT agree w/ hemp. So I turned up my water heater added a vinegar rinse to the 1st wash w/ 1/2 pump sportswash and then just re-washed and re-washed and re-washed w/o anything. Now they are in great shape and I haven't had any problems since! Knock on wood!

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Sorry. I don't do that kind of thing but I know lots of ladies here do so someone can help you surely.
...sorry I JUST had to say it
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what is sportswash? I have never heard of it.
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The top comes off before the pants..always : Sorry it was too easy

I just turn the water heater up all the way and do several hot washes.
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I knew you must be into *that* kind of stuff Jamie...you wild mama you.
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Sportswash and Sensi-clean are the same thing. You can find Sportswash in the outdoor sports section in walmart. It rinses super clean and is good in hard and soft water. Some momma's just use it as a strip-wash, but I just use it all the time. It's a natural detergent, too, so no phosphates and other yucky stuff!

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I knew you must be into *that* kind of stuff Jamie...you wild mama you.
Oh man I would have men running for the hills with these stretch marks. I would have to pay them to watch : :LOL
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I might have some experience in this department.....

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anyhooooooo,( I normally just wash on 90 degrees celcius with every wash, and use a dab of detergent,) and for stripping, when there are no poopy diapers, I use nothing but 90 degree water and just wash and wash, with loads of suds coming out from build-up, and then do many repeat washes/rinses with hot water until I'm satisfied with the lack of suds. They smell like nothing at all after this and feel great.
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First the wild music has to be playing......

Oh wait, wrong one

Ummm, I mean uh...... first I turn the water heater WAY up. I run a cold wash wish Sportswash to clean any dirty dipes that may be in there. Then I do about 3 hot rinses, and usually all the suds are gone by that time. If I still have suds then I rinse some more.
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