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    I had never really worried, but then DS got massive hives all over after wearing new pjs before washing. Now I wash everything, no exceptions. You never know what chemicals they will have used to set the dye or whatever, too risky IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    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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    Right??

    I mean sure you could dry clean them to keep the lovely new shape but as if I can wait for a dry clean until I wear them!

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    Not unless its knickers and bras lol

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    Always. And even more so since I bought a hoody for my ds from target which had about 30 mouse sh**s in the hood. Vomit!!

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    Yes always

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    I never used too but years ago I purchased some black pants and wore them that night, it was a big night and I fell asleep in them. The next morning I woke up to my legs with a huge red rash and swollen and they were so so itchy. As it turns out im allergic to some dyes. It was absolutely horrible and ever since then I always wash before wear. Now it's just habit.

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    No never. It seems like an extremely strange thing to do... You are ALL strange

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    DS's clothes yes. My own clothes only if they are secondhand of have been hanging on a rack. If it's something that has been sealed in plastic, like a singlet, I don't bother.

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    Given that the majority of clothes are treated with a pesticide, absolutely I wash clothes before I wear them. If you want a "new" look, steam iron them afterwards. Easy.

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    Not for me or DH clothes.

    Yes for DD. Yes for underwear and bras


 

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