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10-13-2013 10:52 PM
Viola

I've mostly gotten them out using sun and lemon juice, but they don't come completely out. 

10-12-2013 04:24 PM
nutmegnovice

I was just gifted a bunch of old Nikky's wool wraps and Aristocrats soakers, but they have poop stains on them; they're larger sizes, so the poop is real poop, not EBF poop. I'm sure the covers are clean, but I'm a little skeeved about some other baby's marks on them! Does anyone have any ideas for getting the stains out? I can't think of any stain-remover that's safe for wool.

 

While we're on the subject, some of my daughter's little wool covers have some EBF poop stains on them that I can't seem to get out. Any foolproof tips for that? I'm not really willing to experiment on those, since I payed for them!


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