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Disposable diapers Washed a disposable Huggie diaper in a load of baby clothes. It's gel contents came out. Everything had gel on it. It was a mess. I tried to rewash the clothes after removing the diaper. Used washing powder and load soaped up much too much. I was afraid to continue load. Aborted and retried to rinse and spin. It was draining, but soap was still a problem. Took the clothes out. Still had suds. It seems better after repeating with warm water. Have I messed up and do I need repair or will it resolve with repeated loads? Thanks, KB

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Should resolve itself with repeated rinses

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