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#1 of 3 Old 09-03-2008, 05:55 PM - Thread Starter
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No sure if anyone else reads the Z Recommends Blog, but today he had a great post on babies getting rashes on the backs of their necks from the chemicals they use to print the "tag" on tagless clothing. Apparently people have had issues with their babies getting rashes where a tag normally would be and it has been connected to the printed "tags". The recommendation, if your baby gets the rash, is to put the offending clothing on inside out, or to cover the "tage" with fabric tape (or sew on a patch). Carter's clothes are one of the offenders.

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Thank you for sharing this. It's creepy!!, but definitely worth knowing!

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I just read about this on livejournal. Poor kids! My son has sensitive skin, and has lots of those shirts with the tags stamped on, but he's never had a reaction to it.

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