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    Quote Originally Posted by mommyindec View Post
    Its just me and DH, and we have loads of clothes. So, i do the laundry once a week, plus linen every fortnight, we use only bedroom, so have to wait for the linen to pile up to do a full load.
    Ahhhh...those were the days. I remember them fondly. Enjoy it while it lasts! DD wet the bed three times last night. Caused a washing ' blow-out'. I fear I'll never catch up now!

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    Lol. Thanks cleverclogs. Bub is due in 7 weeks, so I guess I will find out soon.

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    One load a day unless ifs a scorcher and it dries really quick then i'll do 2-3 loads and then wouldn't need to do one the next day.

    2 adults and 3 kids with a small top loader (i dont know how big it is but we couldnt fit a double bed dooner in there)


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    At least one, often two. I have one in cloth nappies. I have a 7kg front loader. Often I skip Sat or Sun - if I skip both then Mon is spent playing catch up. I did 4 loads last Monday because I got so behind.

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    When I can't fit anymore clothes into the already compressed wash basket... I'm so terrible at getting on top of the washing! I hate doing it, I hate hanging it and hate putting it away!

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    Why do so many of you wash your towels and/or sheets separately to your clothes?

    Afm, I just do a wash once I have enough lights or darks to fill the washing machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    Why do so many of you wash your towels and/or sheets separately to your clothes?

    Afm, I just do a wash once I have enough lights or darks to fill the washing machine.
    Because I don't like fluff from my towels on my clothes. If I need to wash DS's swim towel I'll throw it in but our bath towels still give off a lot of fluff. And with sheets it's just a matter of load size. At the end of the week I have 2 full loads of clothes so the sheets get their own load.

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    I have a big front loader I wash little loads 3-4 times a week. Towels I do a weeks worth and put them in my dryer which is also big. Saturday mornings I do all the sheets. Atm its dh and I and 2 kids. Soon to be a newborn thrown into the mix. I watched my washing pile decrease by heaps once dd started school this year.

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    Just 2 adults atm so 3 loads once a week.

    I suspect bubba to create a lot of laundry though!

    I am a greenie though so no washing unless its a full load.

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    Just wondering why people wash towels daily?

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