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    It's called family cloth. It not only saves money but there are environmental reasons too. I use cloth nappies, this isn't much different. Have a read:

    http://www.revivedkitchen.com/2013/0...hing-to-cloth/

    You use one square per ahem...session So it's not like you are hot washing each day. You'd dry pail or vinegar/water pail them in between washes.

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    I saw this episode awhile back and thought it was gross! Some of them you could see had stains on them when they were folding the washed ones. Yuk.

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    Do they wash the cloth? I'm concerned about them being flushed down the toilet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darla87 View Post
    Do they wash the cloth? I'm concerned about them being flushed down the toilet.
    Yes, of course. That's the point. You wouldn't save money buying cloth constantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darla87 View Post
    Do they wash the cloth? I'm concerned about them being flushed down the toilet.
    she hot washes them

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    It's not any different really to cloth nappies and cloth wipes *shrugs* to each their own

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    oh well each to their own but it did gross me out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Yes, of course. That's the point. You wouldn't save money buying cloth constantly.

    Not nessecerily...I was thinking more of using old clothes/ finding clothes in bins.

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    Totally totally gross. Disgusting. They'd be better off getting a bidet installed.

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    The dumpster diving for food grosses me out more. Could never do that or provide that kind of food for guests.

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