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    Is it necessary to soak flat nappies in napisan? Can I just wash them the same as mcns?

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    Default Re: Soaking Terry towelling nappies

    I soak mine until I have a load to wash. But that's what my mum did.
    I don't know if you have to though.


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    Default Soaking Terry towelling nappies

    This^^ especially because I like the white terry flats weird I know I just think they come out a better. I also have awry pail for my MCN's.

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    No, I dry pail them and the sun takes care of any stains. Fewer chemicals the better, in my opinion.

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    Default Soaking Terry towelling nappies

    We dry pail, flats and MCNs altogether. Sun gets rid of everything

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    I dry pail mine.
    I put mine through the wash with a soak cycle with napisan and still put in laundry detergent.
    I used to use Bi-carb and vinegar but the nappies were real crispy, lol.
    Not sure if I was doing something wrong there though..
    Either way they always came out white, no stains

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