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bumbly Sun 05-Oct-08 10:39:10

could this cause allerigeis

my little one has maybe an allergic reaction to something unknown

not chnaged naything but sometimes i use these sheets

anyone use these and had bad skin reactions in little one?

sometimes my clothes have spots on them after washing them and am wnadering if colour cather lesaks onto clothes if not taken out of machine quickly enough...thus clothes could affect little one???

however have used these for a while every so often for new garments so not a new thing

Chandra Sun 05-Oct-08 10:44:01

"colour cather lesaks" ???

We have noticed that when something says "wash before use" we really should folllow the advice otherwise DS asthma goes wild. No idea why but I supose is something they may use in the dyes that cause the problem.

I would stop using them, or at least rinsing the things twice and see how it goes.

bumbly Sun 05-Oct-08 10:45:07

excuse me had no sleep

colour catcher leaks!

plaus little one types with me!

LIZS Sun 05-Oct-08 12:16:47

not noticed any problems and I've used them a fair bit. I don't think they are even chemical based as such. At this time of year it is more likely to be a reaction to putting on central heating and the drier air indoors.

bumbly Tue 07-Oct-08 19:56:02

thanks liz - no idea what they are made of

SalsaRey Fri 31-Oct-08 23:30:14

I have just realized that, after 6 weeks of thinking I had poison sumac on the back of my neck, the color catcher has been causing this. My skin bubbled, oozed, and itched like poison ivy. I put on a shirt not ever washed with color catcher and within a day the rash was 80% gone.

My clothes are now tainted with something in color catcher that is causing this rash. I have washed the same clothes at least 6 times with the color catcher. So far one wash without the color catcher has not removed the mystery chemical. I hope it washes out after several washes or else I will have to throw them away.

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