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#1 of 4 Old 02-18-2010, 07:27 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Any ideas? It's the Burts Bees stuff so in addition to the oils/beeswax I also need to get the white zinc oxide color out. Oy...
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Dawn dish soap. The original blue stuff.
The first time my mom watched DS, I swear she smeared half the tube on DS's cloth-diapered butt.
After I wiped off as much as I could, I wet the diapers (4 of them ), poured the Dawn on liberally, and went to town with a tooth brush.
Worked wonders.
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Thanks! I gave it a try. I think I've gotten most of it out except for a very few spots. That's some difficult stuff to get out!
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Dish soap should be good - shampoo may work also (for the oils and such). You could possibly try a little baking soda paste.
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