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Washing in Cold Water

Does anyone wash their diapers in cold water only or know of someone who does? We currently only have cold water running to our washer, and we would prefer not to have to use...

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washing in only cold water

I always believed thet washing whites and towels in warm or even hot water was the thing to do. I recently started washing in cold water and I'm already seeing a savings. My...

Started by Sally on 06/08/2009 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 06/09/2009 by Joanne

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Do you wash new clothes?

Who doesn't enjoy shopping for new clothes or giving a loved one or friend a new sweater as a gift? Most people these days certainly do take a degree of satisfaction from...

Started by Katherine on 12/04/2010 in Informed Moms

Last update on 01/03/2011 by Renae

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Washing Cloth Wipes

Hi everyone! I'm new to cloth diapering and I want to try using cloth wipes. I have a 8month old who's poo can be very nasty. Any suggestions on how I should store and wash...

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washing cloth---problems I have...

I have tried multiple detergents and the only one that consistently works and doesn't burn my baby is tide powdered.---any suggestions--I live in dc metro area in marlyand and...

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Washing Cloth Diapers

I having a baby boy in June and I'm going to use cloth diapers. I'm not sure what inexpensive way I should wash my diapers in. My friend said she uses All Free and Clear and a...

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Washing cloth diapers

Cloth or disposable diapers? I was going with a cloth diaper service, but unfortunately it is going out of business and its the only one in town. My baby is only 5 weeks old....

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Washing cloth diapers

I have a two friends who are going to have babies any time now! They both want to use cloth diapers, and asked me how to wash them. This method worked well for us--never got any...

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Cloth Diapers and Hot water! Please help!

I recently recieved my first bundle of cloth diapers, and when reading washing instructions, I found a majority suggest a full wash in hot or at least warm water. I have neverrr...

Started by Rebecca on 05/07/2010 in Green Moms

Last update on 07/01/2010 by Wendy

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Hot water and cloth!! PLEASE HELP :)

I recently recieved my first bundle of cloth diapers, and when reading washing instructions, I found a majority suggest a full wash in hot or at least warm water. I have neverrr...

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washing clothes

Never use hot water when you wash your clothes. Cold water gets them just as clean and cuts back on the amount of energy used. Which in turn cuts back on your utility bill and...

Started by Hannah on 05/03/2009 in Money Saving Tips

Last update on 05/03/2009 by Janet

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