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    sanitizing the toys... with delicates' laundry bags in the dishwasher.

    • RaeLynn Hoffman

      Sanitize toys by washing them in a delicate laundry bag in the dishwasher. Much easier than wiping them individually! What a great idea!

    • Sharon Ascher

      sanitizing the toys... with delicates' laundry bags! :) LOVE this idea so much better than wiping them all down with a clorox wipe or soaking them in bleach water #clean #toys #kids

    • Linda Block

      Sanitizing toys with delicates' laundry bags in the dishwasher! Great idea. This would have been much easier than wiping down all of my nieces play food after she "pretended" to eat.

    • Jenny Nordin

      To wash toys use lingerie bags and run them through your dishwasher. That is a very smart idea!

    • Jess Cee

      Washing toys inside a lingerie bag in the dishwasher - good idea for the bath toys.

    • Eliza Thornton

      Washing toys inside a lingerie bag in the dishwasher. - This is an amazing idea!

    • Samantha Smith

      laundry bags to wash toys in the dishwasher! Great Idea!!!!!

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