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    strange question: urine and bleeching effects?
    newgirl2010 posted:
    This is going to sound crazy. My son (16-months) had a leaky diaper the other night (didn't discover it until morning). we washed his bedding immediately on hot along with other clothing items, his toys, etc. When I went to place the bedding back in his crib (it acts as a liner he sleeps upon), I noticed a few bleech spots. There was absolutely no bleech used in that load of laundry or multiple loads before. This bedding (quilt) has been washed multiple times with hot water without any adverse effect on the quilt. Nothing else in the wash was affected. Could his urine have caused the quilt to bleech in some places?

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