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RLR Laundry Treatment

$1.99
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RLR
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  1. My go to 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Apr 2016

    When needing to strip my cloth diapers this product is the easiest and the best for my cloth.



Product Description

RLR Laundry Treatment for Stinky or Leaky Cloth Diapers

RLR Laundry Treatment is not a soap or cloth diaper washing detergent; it is a laundry treatment developed to strip build-up and "ammonia" odor from foul-smelling or leaky cloth diapers.

Use RLR Laundry Detergent monthly for detergent build-up prevention or use whenever you need to restore absorption to your cloth diapers.

Biodegradable and FREE of Harsh Chemicals

As a laundry additive, RLR Laundry Treatment enhances the quality of your cloth diaper fabric without the use of detergent, bleach or bluing agents.

RLR is also phosphate and perfume FREE and completely biodegradable.

RLR Laundry Treats Dingy Diapers

Let's face it, cloth diapers are not going to stay sparkly white forever; after all, they are intended to "catch" baby's messes. Still, there are ways to stretch their "nice" years and RLR Laundry Treatment is one of them.

Cloth Diapers typically get dingy and gray because of detergent residue, dirt, and water mineral deposits that build-up on the diaper fabric. This can happen as part of any normal cloth diaper washing routine.

RLR Laundry Treatment "strips" this build-up of unwanted minerals and suspends it in the laundry water until it can be rinsed away.

How do I Treat My Cloth Diapers with RLR?

It is easy to treat your cloth diapers with RLR Laundry Detergent. Add the entire packet into your hot wash cycle without detergent or any other laundry additives.

Continue repeating hot wash cycles until you can look in your top loader or view through the window of your front loader and not see ANY foam or suds; the water should be clear.



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