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Old 05-23-2011, 09:05 AM   #8
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Ok bottom line, microfiber against the skin is bad. It pulls moisture from babies skin and causes chaffing and rashing. It is uncomfortable. I don't even like to touch the stuff.

Plus, let's not forget about the washing issues associated with microfiber. A lot of people get build up and stink because of how the pill holds on to residues. This does depend on your water. When I lived in Memphis, and my girls were small, I had to get rid of my microfiber. But now I live in Charlotte and it works fine.

Personally I agree with others. If the company can't be bothered to fix an obvious design flaw then they do not deserve your business. Do not let one person sway you to put your babies health in jeopardy. Microfiber should not be used next to the skin!
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