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#1 of 6 Old 05-13-2005, 08:12 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I was just wondering... we are using a lot of Fuzzi Bunz, and I think I heard that diaper cream stains them. Is that correct?

If it stains them can anything (sunning, etc) get them out?

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I used some butt paste once and it stained everything I used with it (I used fleece doublers, etc. to keep it off the diapers just in case) and I've yet to get it out, some 6 months later (tried sunning, lemon juice, baking soda, etc.)

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I also use the Butt Paste on Nitara's rashes and it stains for 2-3 washes but slowly comes out. I'm currently washing in SportsWash/Sensiclean. I do a hot soak in it overnight. Now that spinach poop she did last week-- that's another story!

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For "greasy" stains on FBs, you can use a soft toothbrush and Dawn. Gently scrub both sides of the fleece and then wash as usual.

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For "greasy" stains on FBs, you can use a soft toothbrush and Dawn. Gently scrub both sides of the fleece and then wash as usual.


: I have heard several mamas say that works.
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I had B. Butt Paste stains, but ever since I started washing my diapers in Dawn it has not been a problem. I add 2 squirts of Dawn to a cold water wash, and then I do a hot water wash with no soap. My FBs are spotless now. However, I need to sun out the old stains on my microterry inserts!
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