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Old 02-25-2013, 03:59 PM   #1
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Ds is having an allergic reaction. Which for him includes a bright red bottom with a nasty rash. I need to put something on it but I don't want to ruin any of my diapers. If I put a fleece linner between him and the diaper will that save it? I don't want to put him in sposies and make his reaction worse. Our night time diapers are fb stuffed with a flip organic night time and a flat
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Re: What can i use tonight?

Do you have any flushable liners? If you want to be extra careful, you could do a flushable on top of a fleece!
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Flush able linnets just bunch up and become pretty useless
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You could send hubby to Walmart or target for flour sack towels...about $1 each and can be used pad folded or snappid on. If you don't have covers, but you have pockets, just use an empty pocket diaper like a cover. Definitely use two or three together for night depending on how heavy a wetter you have.

I got two dozen from Sam's (these are huge...like 36x38, but target and Walmart have ones that are around 30x30) and used them exclusively for a week when DS needed heavy duty rash cream. I actually like them and I'm still reaching for them regularly even though we are back to cloth safe creams.
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Or wrap the flip organic in the flour sack towel to protect it and use the FB pocket like a cover. That should give you enough absorbency.
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