I just read a question a few minutes ago about cloth diapers and told a friend that I would try with my 2 boys. She tells me that it's actually more expensive than cloth diapers, disposable use because of all the chemicals they need to clean …? I thought half the point of cloth diapers is to avoid chemicals?? I also just thought you scratch poop in the toilet and throw the coat in the washer … Am I wrong or is there more to what I thought? please help!
I fabric worked all six of my children. : O) washing cloth diapers is very easy – I plop the poop in the toilet, then put the layer in a diaper pail without water. On laundry day, I rinse with cold water, wash with a little detergent, then do an extra rinse with vinegar water. For spots you can catch or throw them in the sun, but I do not because I figure they are just for the capture of p is all there is to it!
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I have a 2006 Mustang with Pony Package. The seats are fabric technology, but not a soft, a kind of rigid fabric. Can someone tell me the products that can be used to clean this type of material? Thank you!
Most Napa parts stores like Auto Zone or Cleaning Supplies for sale at this. But if you want to save money, you can get a bucket of water and put a very small amount of detergent in it. (Probably 1 / 2 tablespoons per gallon) and a cloth. Rub water soapy head and brush on the stain, then rinse with clear water. Do not be too concerned by soaking the seat, they are actually designed to be thoroughly cleaned. Then you need to dry under vacuum with a wet vacuum, if you do not try to soak up more water as you can with a towel, then open your windows to let air dry. Your car can smell like wet dog, like a day or two, but once its dry, you'll see a big difference. If you have heated seats, remove the seats (the plugs are under the seat) until they are completely dry.
I need some advice on spotting. My son has diarrhea since antibotics and he ran out of his bed. I sprayed with a jet washed with Dreft and Tide, but the stain remained on his PJ's Before I the next load and have more stained clothes I never want to pre-treat with something that works. I remember my grandma used to use something called Lesteroil but I do not know what it is, where to get them or how to use it. Some advice would be greatly appreciated!
I use washing powder and resolve, you can get it at any store or Family Dollar Walmart about $ 3, and after their needs on the very good spray and rub it in let it sit for 10-15 minutes to wash all the soap I use landuary it also has a spot this Lefter
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