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    Yes always! Firstly because I don't like the stuffiness or the smell of most new clothing. And secondly because of the chemicals in new clothing. There was a story recently about the irritation this caused to many peoples skin.

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    Oh god yes. 100%.

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    No, i can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovesushi View Post
    No, i can't wait!
    I'm the same! I usually think after we have been wearing the item for a while oh I really should have washed that first. Ah well we survive

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    Anything that touches nudie bits I do. So bed sheets, pyjamas, undies. But not other stuff. I usually want to wear them immediately and I loathe ironing.

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    ALWAYS, for everything!

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    Generally no as I cbf doing it. I have enough trouble keeping up with the washing as it is to be worried about washing new clothes.

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    No never, im abit of a grot I think, I thought most people did but I was just lazy .

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    I wash everything twice before wearing it and four times for baby clothes. I've read too much about the chemicals used on clothes!


 
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