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What do you use to clean the kids bath toys? Recently I noticed that the bath toys had residue on them from shampoo and bubble bath, they almost feel kinda greasy when wet.

What have you found that cleans them quickly and efficiently?
 

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Yep, we always cleaned the plastic or rubber ones in the dishwasher & the fabric ones went into the washing machine
 
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You mean you are suppose to clean these after they spend half their life in the tub? Who would of thunk.

*off to check out the bath toys* :D
 
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I used to run some water in the tub, add some bleach, and then let the toys soak a while. Be sure to rinse well. As a bonus, the tub gets clean.
 

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I have no clue cause I have yet to wash mine LOL. I suspect vinegar may be helpful.
 
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Bleach and water in the tub like someone above said. The schools use the same here, but use plastic dish basins to soak and wash them in.
 
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Thanks everyone for the answers. I am going to try the dishwasher tonight and just take them out before the dry cycle and dry them myself.
 
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