I am breast feeding my 12 day old bub and loving it. My supply came in late but is now in with full force. While i was getting the hang of things, I managed to leak milk onto a few pillows, cusions and clothes. I am now starting to realise I need rags on hand and am using breast pads.
I have washed one cushion that was leaked on badly but it still smells. I believe it is due to the protein in the milk?
Any suggestions on how to best wash the clothes/ pillows?
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10-03-2013 22:47 #1
removing breast milk from clothes/ bedding
10-03-2013 23:27 #2Senior Member
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Subbing as soaking in nappy sand doesn't seem to work... And it's worse when it's possets of milk from bub!
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10-03-2013 23:35 #3
Put some Eucalyptus oil into your washing machine with your linen/clothing etc and that should help.
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