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Old 07-07-2013, 09:04 PM   #1
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How do you get stains out when you kiddo has been eating tons of blueberries (also can't get the beets out either)? I have tried sunning and oxyclean....what next?

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Hm, my baby eats blueberries every day and I haven't had any diaper staining... Have you tried a little bleach?
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Old 07-08-2013, 05:54 AM   #3
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Re: Blueberry and Beet Poop

Bleach will work, if you're OK with using it. Otherwise, they'll eventually come out with your normal wash routine.
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Re: Blueberry and Beet Poop

I use a small amount of bleach just for stink control, but never directly on it. If It will eventually come out, thats cool. I just don't want them stained forever.
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I use buncha farmers stain stick on my diapers, but I haven't tested it on blueberry stains yet
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Blueberry poop came out of all our dipes after a few washes. I didn't do anything special. I use cotton flats, cotton prefolds, bamboo flats and BG 4.0s.
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Re: Blueberry and Beet Poop

I never noticed staining- and DS is all about both. A few more washes and some sunning and you'll be set.
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Bleach will work, if you're OK with using it. Otherwise, they'll eventually come out with your normal wash routine.
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Re: Blueberry and Beet Poop

I always spray poopy diapers and then spray the spot with bac-out. I rarely have stains, even with blueberries. I'm honestly not sure if it's the bac out or the spraying, or the Tide. The bac-out keeps the pail smelling nice though, so I use it anyways.
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