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    Default Best sensitive washing powder/liquid

    We have recently had to change to sensitive washing powder/liquid I am after suggestions on best brands for stain removal value for money etc
    Also should I switch to the sensitive nappy san?

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    Lux flakes used to have a good name, but I'm not sure of late. Our kids have sensitive skin and we use Radiant - not sure how the wash powders rate on the sensitive scale. Definitely not Surf though - friend once tried it and rashed up.

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    I've always used Omo Sensitive and Coles sells a sensitive stain remover as well

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    The liquid stuff in the light blue bottle.. Sorry I don't know what it's called I'll try to find out.

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    My DS has sensitive skin/eczema. I use the eco store laundry liquid or the earth choice liquid at times. Both seem to clean fine and don't affect DS's skin.

    Earth choice do a version of napisan that might be better for sensitive skin?

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    Planet ark aware sensitive. A box is about $7 but you use 1 and a half teaspoons! I gawked at how little you need and also managed to get a box on special for $3.58 so grabbed two

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    Here you go, purity it's called. It got poonamis out of DDs MCNs so I'd say it's pretty good, hehe
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    The only one I use and like is Purity, I use it for all our clothes washing and we're a family of 6. Before it was a bit $$$ but now they've bought it out in a 4L bottle so much better.

    Before Purity I used Amolin, but I don't like it as much as Purity.

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    I find the aldi sensitive powder the best. Cleans really well

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    I used to use Omi Sensitive pods. But I recently tried Aldi Sensitive washing powder and I find it great, washes really well too.


 

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