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    Question mouldy bibs

    hey there
    a few of bubbys bibs have some mouldy spots on them any one got any ideas on how i could get that off? atm they have bi carb soda and lemon juice on them and are out in the sun.. thats just a guess though any ideas?


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    will be watching with interest as I have the same problem and have had no success with removal to date

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    No idea - I tried vinegar and putting them in the sun, ended up throwing them out. Now I just make sure that the bibs are dried before putting them in the washing basket.

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    Have you tried Milton Sterilising solution? And then hanging out in the sun? Or else Dettol can sometimes work too.

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    i think i have a few milton tablets somewhere from a sample will have to seek them out

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    I'm the same noni so will give it a go when the sun next arrives (up here we could be waiting a while)

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    I have had the same problem and ended up throwing them out

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    i have the same problem and actually blame it on banana!! it goes black if not washed straight away!!

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    avocado is the same....Lucky the ones that were bad were cheap and I tossed them..

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    After Logan has finished his meal i put the bib straight into a bucket of water mixed with napisan. I have found thats the best way to prevent mouldy bibs. Although,i have also found Bannana is very hard to get out, and always stains unless rinsed straight away.

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    Pour concentrated bleach on it, rub it in, let it sit for a bit and then wash as normal and dry in direct sunlight. It might take a few goes depending on how bad it is. I did this with a top of DD's and it worked pretty well. But FWIW, I usually chuck the bibs if they aren't expensive ones...

    MG

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