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There was a small tragedy in our house this evening . . . Zeben (six months old) pooped in his diaper. Perhaps an everyday occurence for some, but since Zeben has been pooping on the potty for 2 months, it was BIG DEAL for me. I just felt like I'd failed him somehow. My thoughts quickly moved from my feelings of self-disappointment to my baby's diaper--he was wearing his new Fuzbaby All-in-one. This is NOT the diaper I would choose for my baby to poop in . . . EVER, but especially not for his first diaper poop in 2 months. And sure enough, runny breastmilk poo had made its way around the contour snap-in and was soaking right into the lovely wool. Aaaaah! I quickly washed the cover in Euculan. It actually made the stain worse. Instead of only being visible on the inside of the diaper cover, it was now showing through the front as well. I then soaked it in Sudz n dudz liquid wool wash, and tried gently rubbing at the stain . . . still not coming out. I searched through the basket of little diapering odds and ends, and found a small sample of sudz n dudz wool wash BAR, and tried rubbing it on the stain. It sucked the poop right out! It was AMAZING! The wool is now completely stain free, and I am off to buy some of that wool wash bar. I can only imagine how depressed I'd be feeling right now without it.<br><br>
(Throughout this whole ordeal, dw COULD NOT understand why I was so upset about ds having pooped in a diaper, nor why I was so frantic about getting the stain out. She kept saying, "but it's a DIAPER, right?" She just doesn't get it, I guess <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/shrug.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="shrug"> ).<br><br>
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That's good to know! <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/thumb.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="thumbs up"> I just got two of her bars, but don't really like them for the actual washing/soaking part KWIM? So I'm glad to hear they work so well on stains and spills and stuff, I'll get some good use out of them after all.<br><br>
Do you like SnD liquid wash? I didn't get any because I figured I'd use the bar for both scrubbing and soaking.<br><br>
That's funny about your dw, my dh would be same way...all confused while I frantically scrub at my precious wool.
 

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Sudz 'n Dudz bars rock at getting out stains. I use Kookaburra woolwash for regular washing since it's fresh smelling and cheap, but I always have a couple of sudz 'n dudz bars for stain removal!<br><br><br>
Glad it came out!!
 

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Sudzndudz wool wash bars have saved my wool more than once!
 
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