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    Quote Originally Posted by FiveInTheBed View Post
    I use enjo all purpose cloths and kitchen minis. They go through the washing machine every second to third day. I have a few to keep on rotation.
    Same, but Norwex cloths instead of enjo.

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    I change them when the old one dies lol. I have a dishwasher so it's only used on the benches and oven, even when I was washing the dishes though I'd only change them when forced too. I'm not worried about germs, I use soap regularly and I've never had a food poisoning scare.

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    I have a few microfibre clothes that go through the wash every few days.

    Ok, I have a lot of microfibre cloths...

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    I buy the home brand chux cloths and usually throw them out either daily or every couple of days, depending on how much they have been used.

    I used to refuse to touch a sponge unless it was brand new, so this is progress for me! The smell of sponges & cloths after a couple of days of use still creeps me out.

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    I buy those yellow wonderclotg ones. Replace weekly prob but it's only for benches.
    Green scourer for dishes and then in dishwasher. Enjo cloth for oven.

    Hate gross dish cloths

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    I use cheap microfibre cloths for benches, etc and they get washed after every use. Have been using them for years and they're as good as new. For dishes we use one of those brushes and that gets changed when it starts looking yuck.

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    Eeewww I hate manky dish cloths.
    I have washable dish cloths that get changed almost after every use, I go through about 3 or 4 a day.

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    We buy the coles cheapo sponges with scourer.
    We change them a few times a week. I HATE yucky dish sponges. I might aswell not wash the dishes if I use a dirty sponge. Ewww.

    Tea towels are used twice max!
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    I buy the Woolies brand scrubbing brush and replace it when it's disfigured lol. I use paper towel or chux with spray or disinfectant wipes for the bench and stove.

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    Microfibres cloths, changed daily at least. We also have a lot of flannels for hands and faces


 

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