Thread: Why not bleach?
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Old 04-11-2007, 08:46 AM   #49
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Default Re: Why not bleach?

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Originally Posted by Natalie
Soap and water work just fine for cleaning toys. If you just want to spray them, and not wipe them down, then diluted vinegar with maybe some tea tree oil and/or grapefruit seed extract in it, too, would work great. You can also put washable toys in mesh lingerie bags or pillow cases, and run them through the washing machine.

or the dishwasher!

I would strongly caution anyone against using bleach (or any other chemical disinfectant) on anything your baby touches, especially if it will go in the mouth.
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