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Thread: Help. Bepanthen on my cloth nappy. How to remove?

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    Default Help. Bepanthen on my cloth nappy. How to remove?

    HI

    I left poor DD in a pooey nappy when she had a nap yesterday, obviously not aware there was a pooey nappy. She had really bad nappy rash so i used bepanthen for bed time. She wears a BBH fitted with cover to bed. I was desperate (and currently have no liners...off to spotlight just in case)

    I was tempted to not use a creme but it was so ouchy looking



    How do i get the residual bepanthen of the nappy?

    Do i do a strip wash, is it as bad as sudocrem etc ?
    Thanks

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    Hey hun,
    saw this yesterday and felt for you.

    If it's just the booster and not the actual nappy, I'd probably give it a scrub with a toothbrush hot water and some dishwashing detergent and then give it a soak in some napisan and hot water (if it's only th once it won't deteriorate the bamboo too much). If it is the nappy (with elastic involved) then just the scrubbing with the toothbrush and dishwashing detergent and then a hot strip wash.

    Good luck

    oh and get yourself some non petroleum based pawpaw ointment for next time.

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    Thanks so much Kim.

    It is just on the booster so i will try what you suggested.

    I have looked for the paw paw ointment but have only found the one in the red tube which i think has petroleum. Liners will help. I find cloth nappies are just too good at masking smelly poo's. I could always tell.when she did one when we used to use sposies.

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