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    Default revitalising newborn stash?

    i lent my newborn stash to a friend and got them back again. I was planning to strip wash them, but they are also quite crunchy. I know they are not new and have had a bit of use but hoping i can make them a bit softer.

    there is a mix of fitteds and prefolds, and a few itti aios.

    ta

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    Default Re: revitalising newborn stash?

    Scrunch them like a stress ball - makes the world of difference.

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    any other ideas?

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    Default Re: revitalising newborn stash?

    does vinegar soften them?? The dryer??

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    Default Re: revitalising newborn stash?

    Short burst in the dryer with a tennis ball?

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    Tumble dry?

    Mine are mostly microfleece so seem to stay soft, but this has worked on my non-nb MCNs.

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    Default Re: revitalising newborn stash?

    Mine are heaps softer out of the dryer.

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    Default Re: revitalising newborn stash?

    i don't have a dryer, but have a laundromat close by. they don't have PUL so do i still put them on low temp?

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    Default Re: revitalising newborn stash?

    Yep, always low heat.

    Take them down almost dry and then just whizz them for ten mins or so.


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