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    Not often enough lol. I do them when they need it, so if a kid leaks through a nappy ill chuck it in with the kids clothes, otherwise I wash all the sheets together when I get around to it.
    At the moment I need to buy new sheets, my last remaining pair are getting holes, I've just got to get around to it

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    Our sheets and the boys' beds get changed every fortnight by the cleaners. I don't think I would change them as often if it was up to me. Gosh, how awful... The baby cot sheet, well, can't recall when I last changed it! Maybe DH changes it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by crankyoldcow View Post
    So who else is madly washing their sheets today after reading this thread?
    Mine are In the wash


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    Our are out on the line I wash them every week, same with the towels and bathmat.

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    Fortnightly is the aim

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    Fortnightly. If I washed them every time we DTD it would only be quarterly!

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    Every 2 weeks or whenever they seem dirty.

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    Every Saturday or Sunday for everyone unless they need doing sooner

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    I wash our bedsheets less now that hubby is away. Doesnt get so dirty anymore for a few reasons, so fortnightly.

    The kids sheets get washed fortnightly. But they both have Brolly sheets on their beds/cots and that gets washed 1-2 a week.

    I must say that I actually changed everyones sheets this morning after perusing this thread. I usually change one at a time.

    wifey of hubby who is always away. mother of two girls who are always amusing.


 

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