So we always create posts about reactions and trials and all of the other important areas, but I never see any posts about everyone's tried and true methods of cleaning up after a reaction? What works for everyone? Also, are there any special cleaning tools you use for general household cleaning in case your little one is sensitive to commercial cleaning agents?

 

I will go first: my favorite cleaning implement for cleaning up after reactions is my laundry brush. I discovered these when B was a baby and we lived in Japan. Very inexpensive (less than the equivalent of 5 dollars when I got it at the dept store there) and it gets out that yucky sliminess of FPIES reactions like nothing else. I also use it for tough dirt stains! And for bleaching stains out of clothes, hanging out clothes in the sun can actually help to lighten and remove stains!

 

Ok who's next?

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