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What washing powder/liquid?

Baby_j
Baby_j
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Hi ladies,

Well i guess im at that nesting stage already at 33 weeks! Im unsure of what washing detergant to use to wash babys clothes. Im planning on washing them all together (not with mine or the OH clothes). I usually use the non bio washing powder as my skin is quite sensitive, so can i use that for babys clothes?

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Hidden
Hidden

Hey. I use fairy non-bio...smells lovely as well. Also use comfort fabric softener or lenor x

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Baby_j
Baby_j
in reply to Hidden

Thank you! X

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Hidden
Hidden

I also use fairy non bio on my Lil one's clothing / bedding.

It also has a lovely smell to it

xx

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Dozymum

I use persil non bio for all the family - I'm stuck with it and not using fabric softer as hubby is severely allergic to anything else!

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Hidden
Hidden

Yeh I use fairy non bio and comfort pure x

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cheekymonkey3791
cheekymonkey3791
in reply to Hidden

Same here and I mix our laundry now as he was getting clean clothes and we weren't so now do whites, darks, colours as before and we use what's good for him X

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Hidden
Hidden
in reply to cheekymonkey3791

Yeh same here..my friend gets it for me in bulk frm cash and carry..she got me a 5ltr of comfort for £8 when 1ltr is usually £7. Its good for my horrible lizardy eczema skin too lol xx

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Dante101

Fairy non bio but wait until it's in offer , now and again you can get the big one for £9 x

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dspencer

I used co-op non biological - cheaper than fairy and just as good. I also used Lenor softener and the clothes smell divine! Until the little ones are sick on them...lol.

Donna

X

Expecting twins on Thursday!

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Mummy_Pandaa

I use Fairy non bio, my OH dad buys it for us from Macro or Costco, and it's then about £10 for a huge box that lasts us for around a year.

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Cowgirl7

Likewise tend to use fairy non bio but always understood that fabric cond should be avoided until around a year.

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