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My dd is 9 mos old and has a very sensitive under carriage. she has bem in throw aways for some time now and we are going to cloth.<br><br><br>
Quesrion is what do you wash your diapers in for a babe with rash/uti issues? any help is wonderfull! thanks
 

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my daughter was prone to rashes. we used 7th generation "sensitive care" - it has no enzymes - and the 7th generation fabric softener and she didn't have problems with it.
 

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NO fabric softeners with CD's!!! Just wanted to be clear on that. Actually, since finding this fact out, we've pretty much stopped using fabric softener at all. We use white vinegar in the rinse cycle to soften fabric. We use Mountain Green skin sensitive.
 

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we have been using Charlie's soap & baking soda (maybe a tsp of the Charlie's) then vinegar in the rinse. that's the only detergent we use for anything here because of major sensitive skin issues here a well. we use vinegar in the rinse for all loads & no longe use fabric softener on anything. the vinegar kills smells, stains & bacteria well enough & it leaves our clothes just about as soft as afabric softener.
 

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Thanks all it can be confusing at times. Bbl to say more bath time!
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">NO fabric softeners with CD's!!! Just wanted to be clear on that. Actually, since finding this fact out, we've pretty much stopped using fabric softener at all. We use white vinegar in the rinse cycle to soften fabric. We use Mountain Green skin sensitive.</div>
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actually, the 7th generation doesn't build up at all - it's formulated not to. i used it for years without problems. it's like that ultra downy everyone was so into a few years ago - but natural.<br><br><a href="http://www.seventhgeneration.com/our_products/laundry/fabric_softener.html" target="_blank">http://www.seventhgeneration.com/our..._softener.html</a>
 
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