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    Default Rockin green detergent

    Hello all

    I've just ordered my mcns for my new bubba and have been looking at detergents. I have particularly sensitive skin

    Was wondering what everyone think of Rockin green detergent? Is it worth ordering it or is it better to use a supermarket brand? I like the sound of the raspberry scent
    What's the best place to buy from?

    What are you thoughts
    Tia


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    I used Rocking Green for the brief moment we used MCN's with DS. I quite liked it. Smells great and isn't that expensive because you only use a little bit.

    I bought mine direct from their website. Was quick and easy

    I should add too that the reason we stopped using MCN's had nothing to do with the RG. I bought a few trial packs, found ones I liked, ordered 28 of them and then after about 6 weeks DS had a growth spurt and the nappy no longer suited his body shape . Am hoping we get more use out of them when bubs arrives

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    Thanks for that info!!
    I'm going to order some raspberry one!!
    So excited


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    I have always wanted to try it but it's too expensive for me...I use a cheap supermarket brand and because you only use a little bit each time it is really inexpensive.

    I have heard that rockin' green is really good at getting rid of that leftover nappy smell that you get sometimes though. They do samples if you are unsure, for just a couple of dollars

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    I used it religiously with my nappies, it's fantastic gets rid of some serious stains, also I'd use it instead of nappisan ( like for soaking) for really tough stains on all my laundry.
    I was really happy with it and it's great to know that your using a product that's not going to ruin your nappies, good to have that peace of mind.

    I Would have gone through one bag every 2 months and I had 2 in nappies most that time

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    Thanks ladies
    My baby is gonna smell like raspberries


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