Cleaning a Dirty Rubber Doll

By Sue 1

How can I clean a very dirty rubber doll? It is an old doll with many nooks and crannies.

Sue from Lititz, PA

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By Marty Dick 167 967 Flag

October 3, 2007

when I was alittle kid and had a Betsy Wetsy doll I put her in a pan and washed her with Ivory soap which is what was used on me at the time. You have to be careful with the eyes if they are the opening/closing kind. Just put the doll in a sitting position the way you would a baby and don't get soap in her eyes.

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By Little Suzy 105 379 Flag

October 3, 2007

I like ZUD cleanser. It comes in a yellow plastic bottle. It's a white pourable liquid, but thick. Like a cream almost. It's good for scrubbing. I like it for bathtubs, sinks and showers. Gets rust out too.

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By Kim McGrantham 16 160 Flag

October 5, 2007

I would try soaking her in some bleach water

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By Sharon Schmeling 1 Flag

October 5, 2007

My mom had a rubber doll that my granddaughter had colored on and I used acne cream with the peroxide rubbed it on the marks and set out in the sun for a couple of days and it all came off.

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