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Old 07-05-2006, 05:01 PM   #1
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Another microfiber towel question please

Isn't it a no-no to put microfiber against a baby's skin? I thought I read that somewhere but I have also read on some boards that people use them folded inside a prefold. If I make doublers with microfiber towels, don't I have to cover them with something? Just want to make sure!

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You need to put something between baby and mf. The towels are really thirsty, and if there is no potty to suck up, it will start making baby's skin very very dry bcs it starts sucking up ANY moisture in the skin. just top em with fleece or something and you should be fine
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You need to put something between baby and mf. The towels are really thirsty, and if there is no potty to suck up, it will start making baby's skin very very dry bcs it starts sucking up ANY moisture in the skin. just top em with fleece or something and you should be fine
yeap thats wht I was gonna say
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