In the 7 day challenge, today’s topic is: Write a blog post on the same topic as one of my most popular posts.
By far, in both page views and comments, my most popular post is one I wrote a little over two years ago about how my daughter smeared Desitin cream all over herself and everything she could get her hands on. After a failed internet search, I was pleading for a way to . . . → Read More: How to get Silly Putty out of clothes – 7 day challenge
Two years ago we caught my then 2-year old daughter slathering herself (and the rug, and the covers, and the bed) with Desitin cream. My resulting distress was recorded in what has become my most popular blog post by far. Apparently, this is not an uncommon problem with 2-year-olds. I’m glad the post has helped others in their quest for cleaning and to help them realize they’re not alone.
Now, it’s 2 years later. My . . . → Read More: What is it with this kid?
How do you get Desitin diaper rash cream out of carpets, sheets, clothes, blankets, or any other cloth item? If my experience so far is accurate, you can’t.
Somebody please, prove me wrong. Add a comment here with the solution.
I’ve tried using diaper wipes. That’s successful to a point, but not totally. On the carpet we tried shampooing after first using diaper wipes, and then blotting with soap and water. We still have spots . . . → Read More: How to get Desitin cream out of… well… everything