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Old 07-21-2011, 07:31 AM   #1
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My sister gave me some sport wash and I wanted to strip my diapers. How do I use it and how much? Do I put it in with the detergent when I wash my diapers or in place of the detergent? Or do I wash the diapers first and then use it? I have a TL HE washer.

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Re: How to use sport wash

You only have to use an ounce for every load. Just use it like a regular detergent The best part about Sport-Wash is you can use it with cold or hot water and soft/hard/very hard water.

If you have serious stink issues I'd strip the washing machine with it without any diapers. Otherwise an ounce should do a fine job of stripping any material.
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Re: How to use sport wash

It's not really for stripping though? Sport Wash is the same as Charlie's Soap and would work like any regular detergent. If you want something that will strip the oils out of the fabric you need Dawn.
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