Oh my goodness Dreft costs $12. Can I just use my Tide Essentials detergent? It is plant-based and dye free. Also no phosphates or bleaches, and I don't think it has any fragrances. The ingredients are just baking soda, a combination of naturally derived cleaning agents and natural water softener and water. That won't irritate a newborn's skin, right?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 11:24 AM on Jul. 19, 2010 in Babies (0-12 months)
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I used Dreft for baby #1 and finally got cheap and starting using the All free & clear. He had no problems with it so now I use All for both of my kids (baby #2 since birth) with out problems. If you are concerned do one load with your tide (save a couple outfits out just in case) and maybe run the load through a second rinse to be on the safe side.
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