Re: What makes diaper rash ointment NOT safe for cloth. What about powders?
That is so confusing! I thought lanolin was used to make wool waterproof? And I thought I knew a fair amount about cloth. Always something new to learn!
Originally Posted by plumpkin
Cod liver oil is the main oil that causes repelling. Zinc will cause repelling in synthetics but can be ok w/ natural fibersalso. I don't recommend petroleum, mineral oil or any type of silicone. These are not easily washed out w/ hot water and can coat diapers and build up in the fibers.
Pure lanolin is CD safe. I use it instead of DR creams and it heals in 24 hours. It washes out easily in hot water.
ERA: veggie based ouls are ok and washout easily in hot water.
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