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Old 07-19-2011, 09:57 PM   #1
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Help me with this rash please!!!

I can't seem to shake this rash! It will go away for a few hours but it ALWAYS comes back! I use fleece liners to keep him dry and I put cjs on it. I don't know what to do. It's not on his bum just on the front where the wet diaper touches his skin. That is why I use the fleece liner though! has this happened to anyone else? I would really appreciate any advise. I am desperate to stay in cloth!!!

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Old 07-19-2011, 10:06 PM   #2
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Try using a flannel liner. It may help some. What kind of diaper are you using? I know when I was using the cheap cloth diapers, the same thing happened to my daughter. I found that with the Kissaluv contour diapers, we have no rash problems at all!!!! Her skin is never wet when I change her!
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I would strip your diapers, try a different liner (maybe disposable ones like imse vimse), and try coconut oil on the rash. Gl mama!
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:19 PM   #5
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We are using softbums with the bamboo pods. I really like them and we have never had this problem until recently. Where can I get some flannel liners? I didn't know flannel worked like fleece
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Re: Help me with this rash please!!!

What detergent are you using?
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I have a bunch of flannel liners, they are all pink though. If you don't mind pink(just to try) I could send you some. Have you changed detergents lately?
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Old 07-19-2011, 10:23 PM   #8
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I'm using tide. Actually I am using the new tide powder... Oh no, I really hope that's not the issue because tide used to work so well for us. What other brands could I try that I could pick up from the super market? I have an he fl machine.
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I use Sun Classic....it is .99 and it has directions for washing cloth diapers! I have an HE, and I just use 2 tablespoons of powder.

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I have a bunch of flannel liners, they are all pink though. If you don't mind pink(just to try) I could send you some. Have you changed detergents lately?
Awww wow thanks I have a bunch of flannel receiving blankets that I could cut up though. Shipping is a rip off to Alaska or else I would take you up on your offer
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