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Question: Mery baby k munh m white se chaly bny hain jesy milk jm gya ho pr saf ni hota or milk peny se phly dil b khrb hota h munh aise bnati h mjy kia krna chae?

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Answer: Nothing to worry.. even my baby will get u clean ur baby mouth after feeding with clean cotton cloth
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