If you thought your dipes were yeast-y(lol)...

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  1. tarablesue

    tarablesue ~PeAce~

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    how would one go about "killing" the yeast? i have use a little TTo in the wash( no vinegar becasue they are FB) and HOttest water possible. Sully still has yeast and as soon as i get the rash better on him it comes back in a day or so. i think I need to strip my diapers. I know thatwhen I stripped my prefolds lots of rinsing was involved, is that the same for fuzzibunz as well? TY!
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    Gronilot Ella of Frell

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    A scoop of baking soda in wash. It changes the ph of the water where the candida cannot live.

    P.S. i got this info directly from Jimi Francis Morrill.. who wrote her PhD dissertation on candida and lactation.
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    Linda Amity's Focus Member

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    holy crap~really?!

    that;s it...baking soda in the wash? wow:) that is seriously cool...
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    tarablesue ~PeAce~

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    cool tomorrow is wash day i will definately give it a shot!:thumbsup:
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    drmom2five New Member

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    you can add a few drops of tea tree oil to your wash (or soak) too...

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