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#1 of 6 Old 04-12-2005, 03:36 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Is it okay to use oxyclean with pul? Just wondering!

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I hope so... I have some soaking right now : Mega bad day on fave cover...
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i add a scoop to every diaper load and i've never had any problems.
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Maybe once a month I add a 1/2 scoop and have never had a problem

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Just curious, what is oxyclean? Not a detergent, but a laundry booster of some sort, right?
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I've never had a problem with using it sparingly on diapers. That being said - after using a 1/4 scoop in a diaper load (with extra rinse) the leftovers in my washer BLEACHED spots on my new $70 flannel sheets. I was not happy and have quite using it due to the bad effects of residue. Be careful with OxyClean and anything that is colored!
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