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Rash with ulcers :(

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jan3182001
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Re: Rash with ulcers :(

Postby jan3182001 » Thu Sep 02, 2010 6:05 pm

charlala wrote:Jan by efficient I more mean that it's brand new and the cycle is so vigorous. I guess I just find it unlikely that so many problems are down to detergent build-up but I am no expert so it is realistically a possibility.
I use a 60deg cotton cycle with extra rinse, takes nearly 3 hours.


mmm - brand new - eco friendly maybe???? therefore less water used than what you were used to
they generally use less water than older machines.
does your instruction book tell you how much water is used for different washes?

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Re: Rash with ulcers :(

Postby emmalala » Thu Sep 02, 2010 6:19 pm

I can't put anything fleece or microfibre next to dans skin because it gives him an awful rash. Minky does the same :( The only thing that he can wear right now is Fitteds and wool, either cotton or BV.

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Re: Rash with ulcers :(

Postby gilbertandmartha » Thu Sep 02, 2010 6:29 pm

emmalala wrote:I can't put anything fleece or microfibre next to dans skin because it gives him an awful rash. Minky does the same :( The only thing that he can wear right now is Fitteds and wool, either cotton or BV.



I tried a 3 liner layer of minky so none of the nappy was touching Rileys skin.... maybe this is it. I might try paper liners.

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