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    Quote Originally Posted by lexim View Post
    Once a week for sheets, doona covers, pillow cases.

    Once a month for mattress protector, actual doona and pillows


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    This is EXACTLY me, mostly I just absolutely love a clean bed but I have a teen too and they always have a funny smell, brutal washing is the only way to keep it at bay lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mokeybear View Post
    This is EXACTLY me, mostly I just absolutely love a clean bed but I have a teen too and they always have a funny smell, brutal washing is the only way to keep it at bay lol
    This scares me. I have two boys and the thought of their beds when they are teens scares me.

    I still have nightmares about the smell/look of my brothers rooms.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lexim View Post
    This scares me. I have two boys and the thought of their beds when they are teens scares me.

    I still have nightmares about the smell/look of my brothers rooms.


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    Be very afraid! It's a funny musky smell that gets in everything, I've had 3 boys my bestie has four and we complain about it all the time!!!

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    Sunday is clean sheet day. Always. If we are away and the sheets have only been slept on once I still change Sunday. I totally got that from my mother and can't help myself.

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    You wash sheets? Wow I havnt washed or changed my sheets in months. Guess I probably should

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    Twice each week but would do it more if I could. I also hang my doona in the sun if its not raining and I remember before work. Love the fresh smell.

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    Oh wow!!! I'd love to do once a week but it's prob more like once every two months - eek!! Or after one of us has bed sick.

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    Once a week but I will wash after any type of sickness

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    Sheets and pillow cases weekly, doona covers fortnightly

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    Twice or three times weekly for sheets, pillow cases, quilt covers. Once a week for inners and pillows.

    I like it to be all fresh.


 
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