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Old 02-28-2012, 02:19 PM   #1
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Dingy Bottombumpers

I bought some bottombumpers off FSOT and they are really dingy and stained near the leg elastic. I tried sunning one (I bought them in different batches) and it didn't help. I never have any problems with my BGEs sunning out completely so I don't know what the deal is!

Any suggestions? I washed in oxy and bleach and then again with RLR. What's next?

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Re: Dingy Bottombumpers

I had some that way, diff brand. Eve the mf was dark brown. I soaked in vinegar and dawn all day. The sanitised them with 3/4 cup bleach and plenty of tide and baking soda. Cleaned right up. I used a ton of dawn in the sink though.
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Re: Dingy Bottombumpers

Good luck lol! I have the same problem with 2 used Bottombumpers. I knew they were stained when I bought them so it's ok. I have tried several overnight soaks with: RLR, RnG, OxiClean, and Bleach. I've also sunned them 3 different times. The stain has faded until it's almost gone but it's still there.
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Good luck lol! I have the same problem with 2 used Bottombumpers. I knew they were stained when I bought them so it's ok. I have tried several overnight soaks with: RLR, RnG, OxiClean, and Bleach. I've also sunned them 3 different times. The stain has faded until it's almost gone but it's still there.
Glad to know it's not just me!
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Re: Dingy Bottombumpers

We use Bottombumpers, and yes they do seem to get dingy. But I don't care at all about stains, since they are just diapers, so it has never bothered me. The diapers work great for us, so I figure that's what really matters.
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