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Old 04-10-2010, 11:30 AM   #1
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"shout" bad for dipes?

is it a bad idea to use "shout" on dipes for stains? i keep a bottle on our changing table for clothes stains, but not sure if it would hurt dipes...thoughts? thanks!
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I don't use shout brand but I do use another stain remover spray, no problems here. I think damage would only happen if you soaked the diapers in it, a little spray I don't think hurts.
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Old 04-10-2010, 05:30 PM   #3
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Re: "shout" bad for dipes?

It has enzymes and brighteners, so as a CD general rule I'd say no!! It would be sad to ruin all your dipes! Laying them in the sun is the best stain remover.
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It has enzymes and brighteners, so as a CD general rule I'd say no!! It would be sad to ruin all your dipes! Laying them in the sun is the best stain remover.


ETA: for best results, sun when wet!
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It has enzymes and brighteners, so as a CD general rule I'd say no!! It would be sad to ruin all your dipes! Laying them in the sun is the best stain remover.
Any ideas for those living in San Francisco, Portland, or Seattle (i.e. "sun, what's that")? Just live with stains.
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Yep...it is lots of enzymes. I had a horrid reaction when I used shout on my nursing pads and bras to take out lanolin stains. OWWWWWWWWWW did it burn! Took me a while to figure out what caused it, but I can't imagine putting that on a LO bum!
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Re: "shout" bad for dipes?

I'm wondering if maybe this is why my LO got a rash recently.
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