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Old 01-08-2012, 11:08 PM   #11
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Re: What makes diaper rash ointment NOT safe for cloth. What about powders?

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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.
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!


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Old 01-09-2012, 03:41 AM   #12
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I hateeeeee cjs (although it smells great!). I just use a&d with a flushable liner and any rash we have had has cleared up by the next diaper change.
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