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    Default Removing stains from MCNs

    I have a massive stash of itti bittis and I love them. My DS is 5 weeks old and have had him in cloth for a couple of weeks. My question is how can I keep them stain free?

    I use liners and wash off excess poo, then wet pail them in a natural plant based detergent for 2 days, I then put them in a front loader washing machine on a 30 minute 40 degree wash with a small amount of natural detergent. As I'm located in SA in winter I need to dry them inside on a clothes horse. Most of them have yellow poo stains but smell nice and clean.

    I've heard the sun is good for stain removal but we are a bit short on it down here!! Will the sun remove older stains? Any advice on care?

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    Can you hang them outside even though the weather is crappy? That's what I do - hang them out for a day then dry them inside on a clothes horse and I don't have a single stain. There's still quite a bit of UV even of it's rainy.

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    As much sun as you can. And just if you didnt know, it's better to dry pail as soaking can ruin the pul and elastics.

    Try putting a scoop of lectric soda in with the nappies when washing too.

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    The itti bittis have snap out inserts, I don't soak the actual nappy with the elastic part, just the bamboo inserts, the actual nappy part gets dry pailed.

    Lectric soda - can you buy it at supermarkets? I will try to get them out in the sun tomorrow, if we get any!!


 

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