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Old 04-12-2012, 11:35 AM   #1
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Stinky fleece liners?

Has anyone dealt with stinky fleece liners? Mine have been stinking for a little while now. I was using them mostly at night with some CJ's butter, and now they smell like the scent, but Worse!

Any ideas of how I can get rid of the smell? Or should I just pitch them?

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Old 04-12-2012, 11:37 AM   #2
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Re: Stinky fleece liners?

Fleece is quite cheap for liners so unless you want to bleach them I'd just toss them and cut up some new (lightweight) fleece.

FTR: I use a lot of fleece and have never had any hold stinkies before. It makes me think it's the butter not washing all of the way out and hanging onto some stink.
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Re: Stinky fleece liners?

With dd1 my fleece liners got stinky. Nothing else smelled, just those. I finally just threw them out. I think synthetics tend to hold stink more than natural fibers.
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Re: Stinky fleece liners?

I'd just bleach them. They stink because they have bacteria in them. Bleach will do the trick.
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Re: Stinky fleece liners?

I agree, either wash with some bleach or toss them out. I wash diapers w/fleece inners with bleach every couple months; it seems like after a while they do get a little stinky but bleach seems to take care of it
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Re: Stinky fleece liners?

I did wash with bleach, just this last round & they still stink! Bleck! I think I will just pitch them, I have microfleece to cut up anyway. Thanks for your suggestions.
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