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Old 01-12-2013, 06:51 PM   #1
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Prepping Softbums Dry Touch Pods?

Can I boil these Softbums Dry Touch Pods or not, because of the fabric? I know it's a not a cotton/hemp/bamboo, so I don't want to screw them up.

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Don't boil them since they have snaps. Just wash them once. Micrfiber doesn't need prepping, just that first wash.

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I wouldn't boil either but due to the thicker fleece softbums uses, I would wash a couple times before use. Sarah even told me that even with the mf pods, they won't reach max absorbency potential for several washes.
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