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    In summer/wet season twice weekly for sheets and weekly in winter/dry season.

    Towel are washed every 2nd day we shower 2-3 times a day reaching summer wet season and 2 times a day in winter dry season.

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    I can't believe everyone does them so often. Literally, I do them once a month if I'm lucky!! (accidents happen though of course) I have been known to stretch it out to 6 weeks or more. I don't care what you think, I'm happy and I shower.

    I do towels about twice a week.

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    Pfft I maybe do them monthly. It's usually just me sleeping in them and I shower before bed.

    Towels are weekly, if they're getting dirty when I get out of the shower then I'm doing something wrong when I'm in there!

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    We only have one set of sheets so I wash it when I know I will have time to get it done and back on the bed before we need to sleep.

    I don't do it as often as I'd like but if there is an accident I will do it. Otherwise maybe once a month.

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    Try to post again...silly phone.

    Once a month here. We shower/bath everynight, the beds get made every morning and only slept in and not played on. I vaccum daily so no dirty feet after bath time lol. Ofcourse i wash them more if sick or accident. With 6 beds i dont have the time, energy, clothesline space and money to do it weekly....back when i had only 2 kids it was easier to do more often not because they needed it but more because i was bored lol
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    At least once a week ... more often in summer. I'd change them daily if I could justify all the washing ... I love the feeling of fresh sheets.

    My DH irons all the pillowcases each change too so they are lovely and crisp

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaryGirl View Post
    At least once a week ... more often in summer. I'd change them daily if I could justify all the washing ... I love the feeling of fresh sheets.

    My DH irons all the pillowcases each change too so they are lovely and crisp
    hahaha i'm one of those weird midwives who loves making beds at work - simply because the sheets are so flat and have such lovely creases in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannawannabe View Post
    hahaha i'm one of those weird midwives who loves making beds at work - simply because the sheets are so flat and have such lovely creases in them.
    One of the few things I love about hospital is that I can have fresh linen every night... that and those cellular blankets, I've been wanting one for my own bed for the past 3 years.

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    DS's have been getting washed about twice a week because of overnight nappy overflow.

    Mine about every fortnight, sooner if DS sneaks in through the night

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    I'm in the not as often as I should group.

    i feel like I wash towels everyday, in reality it's probably a few times a week I wash towels. Lots of wee accidents though, my dd has impeccable after bath timing.


 

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