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    Quote Originally Posted by ButterflyMa View Post
    My mum pulled one out of the cupboard yesterday - it's 33 years old and still going strong (ish) so they're pretty darn durable and can be used for everything
    Ha! My MIL pulled out one my husband wore! I have a cute photo of bub wearing his daddy's terry nappy. And yes, 35+ years old, it's in a better condition than some of the cheap terry nappies I bought just one year ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    I loved them with ds1. Not hard at all. I had a bucket of water in the laundry. I used liners. Flushed the liner and put the nappy in the bucket. Then id tip some water out until I could lift the bucket, tip the rest into the washing machine and washed them. I folded them and put them in the cupboard for next use. I used them during the day until he was 7-8mths old. I used sposies at night and while out.
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    I loved them with dd1 when she was born I hadn't heard of mcn's

    I absolutely loved washing and folding the nappies

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    I plan on using the scottish method of folding as I think that's the one my brother used on his kids. You can find heaps of different folding methods on google. The baby beehinds minky covers are gorgeous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlotchedTabby View Post
    I plan on using the scottish method of folding as I think that's the one my brother used on his kids. You can find heaps of different folding methods on google. The baby beehinds minky covers are gorgeous!

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    That's the fold we use, it's great. Super quick and they stack really well once folded

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    I want to have this baby now just to fold nappies!

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