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Sometimes I have to run the load twice and I still smell the pee. I can't bleach everything.

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I read where some people use "20 Mule Team Borax" to their detergent. It is sold here in the States, not sure if it sold worldwide.
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The only way to neutralize the ammonia is with chlorine bleach or iodine. Betadine solution or Betadine scrub. Borax is somewhat effective and so is baking soda & peroxide.
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try vinegar in the rinse cycle
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Yes i had same problem! I got fed up too with the "lingering smell"! I am now using an anitbacterial liquid which should be in your supermarket alot of products now are antibacterial. this seems to work and i wash at 50o!
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Tide, Clorax 2, and Downy fabric softener, works for me.
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Yes good old Pam! baking soda is great too! I also use a machine cleaner once a month which is great you just put it in an empty cycle!!
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I always wash her things with regular detergent, and add about 1/2 cup vinegar in the wash. Her clothes never smell afterwards!
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I bought and used Borax.....finally, no urine smell. Thanks.
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I used cloth diapers with my 6 children - same things work now. Baking soda comes in 10 lb bags in pool supplies at WalMart; Borax works; Vinegar in the last rinse works. Main thing is to make the load smaller than usual so that everything is well rinsed.
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Baking soda, Fab, and fabric softner.
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