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    Baby wipes.

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    Face washers. But I use many many teatowels and microfibre cloths everyday so I do a small load of washing them everyday.

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    I used face washers when the kids were babies. I just kept a pile of them folded on the bench to use as needed.
    To stop them stinking i just hung them over the shower curtain rod until i did washing.

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    I used to use chux cut down into small squares. These days it's baby wipes.

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    I have a pile of those cheap baby face washers. I just use one then put it in a small basket that's used for this purpose as well as spills on shirts etc and they get washed every other day with some napisan.

    I don't like the idea of using baby wipes on fingers and faces unless absolutely necessary.

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    Excellent thanks ladies I will stick with the washers but put them straight into the napisan bucket


 

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