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    Nine times out of ten I do. Same goes for most new things I buy- towels, sheets, cutlery, cups etc

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    Nope not as a general rule. If I think it needs it then sure, I'll wash it. But otherwise nope.

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    For DD yes, not for me.

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    Yes, always.

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    No... Looks like I'm in the minority. I used to for dd when she was younger though.

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    No... Looks like I'm in the minority. I used to for dd when she was younger though.
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    Yes always....

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    Never! They look better before they've been washed. After washing them they start to get more wrinkly and hang differently - new is nicer

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    Ok so im not weird then lol

    It just doesnt feel right to me if i dont wash all clothing first before wearing!!

    Sucks tho when u are excited to wear new stuff!!

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    Yes, always. I remember a thread a few years ago similar to this one....one of the posters had bought a pair of black pants from target that had yukky stains inside the crotch . Since then, everything gets washed before we wear it, and i always check things before trying them on too.


 

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