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    Default Cleaning baby toys

    Im after ideas on how to clean baby toys. Im due to have baby no 2 in a few weeks and would like to clean all my DS baby toys in preparation only I'm really not sure the best way to go about it. There is a real mixture of toys, some wooden, some plastic, some material or plush with and without squeakers or some with batteries. So just wondering how others have cleaned these sorts of toys in the past. Thanks

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    Default Cleaning baby toys

    All of my hard plastic/wooden toys got washed in a solution of water and bleach, then left in the sun to dry. All plush went in the machine with napisan, then in the dryer! :-)

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    Ps: the hard toys weren't dunked, just wiped over... If that makes sense!

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    Default Re: Cleaning baby toys

    You can use a bucket of milton to sterilise the hard toys, wipe over the ones that can't be submerged in water and put any plush toys through the washing machine.

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