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Thread: Pink staining on my MCNs?

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    Default Pink staining on my MCNs?

    I've noticed that some parts of the white fabric inside my AIOs are looking very slightly pink. It's not colour running but could it be DD's wee oxidizing or something like that? How do I get rid of it?

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    Has she had any panadol?

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    No none at all. It is a very very light, watery pink.

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    Nappy Rash Cream?

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    No, nothing like that either!

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    hmmm....clutching at straws but there is a mould that has a red/pink stain.....but Perth hasn't been that humid has it?

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    No Perth is not that humid UNLESS it is humidity in my nappy bucket? I dry pail but have a lid and it's still really warm here - and our house is naturally warm too so it would get quite humid in there. I did a Canesten rinse with my wash this morning but pink is still there.

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    I'd just sun bleach it and see what happens

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    Ok the pink seems to have disappeared after a day in the sun. So odd though. I'll see if the pink comes back before the next wash.

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    hmmm...if it does come back I might be inclined to treat the stain with oil of cloves and strip wash them in hot.

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    Will do. I usually wash in cold as the hot tap on my machine keeps air locking so will make sure I do a hot one... I might do a strip wash this week anyway.

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    Ps where can I get oil of cloves?

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    the chemist. Not sure about the health aisle of the supermarket.

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    Thanks lovely


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