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    I've washed all of his clothes already but what do you wash all the hard surfaces with? The toys and pack & play and what not. I know you boil the pacifiers and bottle nipples and all of that...but toys can't really be boiled
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    erm, i never did? I guess if you really want to you can wipei t all with a clorox wipe or spray some diluted mr clean on them then rinse them off.
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    I either wipe it down with a diaper wipe or spray some hydrogen peroxide on it and wipe it up.
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    Plastic toys you can put in some really hot water. stuffed animals can in the wash on delicate in a laudry bag and everything else can be wiped off with a clorox or diaper wipe
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    Use bleach. Dilute it with hot water and soak toys. You can also put it in a squirt bottle to wipe down the big stuff.


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    Quote Originally Posted by =Mrs.AiNokeA= View Post
    I either wipe it down with a diaper wipe or spray some hydrogen peroxide on it and wipe it up.
    This is exactly what I do.

    I also use the microwave sterilizer after washing the bottle nipples, pacifiers and such in warm water. Helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by briannanoel View Post
    Use bleach. Dilute it with hot water and soak toys. You can also put it in a squirt bottle to wipe down the big stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by briannanoel View Post
    Use bleach. Dilute it with hot water and soak toys. You can also put it in a squirt bottle to wipe down the big stuff.
    Yep! We used lysol wipes for things that were too big to put in a "bleach bath"
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    haha i didn't :/
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