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    Quote Originally Posted by Gracie's Mum View Post
    I never realised how little people washed their bed linen! I'm scratchy just thinking about not washing my sheets for weeks lol!! Maybe I'm just a clean freak!
    Me to! I can feel my sheets becoming dirty!
    We shower before bed but everyone sweats during sleep or there's skin particles, other body fluids, bacteria and god knows what else.
    Love love love fresh sheets.
    Doing my linen tomorrow Sunday is clean linen and towel day.


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    Once or twice a week. I wash Doona covers about once a month (more if the boys pee the bed) I've only washed pillows once since moving here in August and that was because DS2 vomited all through my bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    I think all the normal ppl aren't posting

    Maybe once a month here. At best.

    Kids every other day cos they in cots and manage to get milk and spit and crap everywhere.
    That was me before I met DP. He's a tradie, plays cricket and is generally a hot sleeper so there's no way I could leave it that long. Plus all the DTD...gets a bit gross if I leave it any longer than a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    That was me before I met DP. He's a tradie, plays cricket and is generally a hot sleeper so there's no way I could leave it that long. Plus all the DTD...gets a bit gross if I leave it any longer than a week
    Yeah when the wet spots turn to little crusty spots hahahahaha eeeewww. True though.

    Hubby is a tradie too, I don't think they ever get properly clean.
    I miss buying crisp white sheets and doonas.
    They'd have a brown stain on his side if I did.
    Our sheets are purely dark or a grey or light brown colour lol.


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    Kids are weekly. .. step kids fortnightly (we have 50/50 care), bubs sheets every 3 days and ours 3-4 times a week because of dtd every night

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    At least once a week, more in summer and of course if anyone has been ill they'll be washed again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollywood View Post
    that was me before i met dp. He's a tradie, plays cricket and is generally a hot sleeper so there's no way i could leave it that long. Plus all the dtd...gets a bit gross if i leave it any longer than a week
    Stop showing off :P

    I do mine whenever they don't feel nice anymore - maybe once a fortnight?

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    Ok I definitely need to wash my sheets more often

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    Once every month or two for my partner and I, and I clean our sons cot sheets when it needs it. He doesn't have bottles/food in his cot, so its only if he wees through his nappy or if its been awhile (2-3 weeks) that his get changed.

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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
    Yeah! Why do teenagers stink so badly? Lol I wash my almost 16 year olds sheets 2-3 times a week otherwise her bedroom is rank. I wash my own and other kids sheets once or twice a week

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