Strip washing is simply washing or soaking. It is a weak oxidation process, which removes some soiling, but does not sanitise. Chlorine bleach is able to remove minor stains, major stains, oxidise ammonia and sanitise against certain pathogens. You don’t need to strip wash because chlorine bleach is a far superior oxidiser.
Vaccinations Cloth nappies can be used during and after vaccinations, without the need of any specific laundering or treatment. The oral rotavirus vaccine is live and a small amount may be excreted in poo but thorough hand washing is the only precaution needed to prevent accidental cross contamination. People with immune conditions should be extra … Continue reading Skin Conditions. Illness and Infections. Vaccinations. Nappy Rash.
To remove stains Eg. food or dirt, try a Napisan/Vanish (or equivalent) soak then a good warm/hot wash. Or Sard soap for anything that Napisan doesn’t budge (eg. sunscreen) followed by a good warm-hot wash. For wool use Sunlight soap or Sard soap. See the Caring for Wool page for more information on washing wool. … Continue reading General Laundry Help