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    Quote Originally Posted by BekBek View Post
    I use Drive washing powder bit more expensive bout $10 a box but leaves clothes smelling nice.
    Me too however I have found that getting drive is hard lately as it is not always stocked. I have tried several other brands and found the following:
    cold power was okay
    Dynamo with sard, total crap, did not clean well at all
    Omo, made the clothes smell like spew.

    So for me, Drive is the best.

    I also use vinegar as fabric softener.

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    enjo liquid i love it smells nice and washes well and DD doesnt rash up

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    Omo Ultimate because it smells heavenly and is the most effective at getting out stains and stuff. I have tried pretty much everything else and figure it's worth the extra because it works first go.

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    An eco ball which has charcoal in it. Everything comes out cleaner than with detergent, I have found and really soft as well. No smell though.

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    An eco ball which has charcoal in it. Everything comes out cleaner than with detergent, I have found and really soft as well. No smell though.
    Do they really work?

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    Purity - I have sensitive skin.
    For my DS clothes and wraps I have made up a sunlight soap liquid.

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    I use radiant, I buy it in the big box when it's on sale at Coles $27 for 5kg, I've tried switching but DH gets a rash when I go to other brands, I use nappysan also but now that I'm reading the Aldi brand is good I'm gone to try that


    Come on hubby let's go and make baby #2 pretty please, I'm so clucky
    DSD, DS = soon to be 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by speckled View Post
    Do they really work?
    Yep, been doing all my washing with it for over a month and no trouble yet

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    I order my washing powder through my work, it's free from all harmful chemicals and lasts me for months! I absolutely love it.

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    If I buy it rather than make it, I buy whatever is most economical at the time. In our emergency pack I have a small box of Smart Buy brand, which I have never used before but figure it will do us fine in an emergency. I try to buy the most environmentally friendly but we are limited by income.


 

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