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    Default Washing clothes for newborn

    Just curious who (re) washed all the clothes for your second child came along?
    I have our first childs clothes which will be used for the coming baby - the clothes were washed after use and then stored.

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    i rewashed them, just to get the 'packed away' smell from them gone.
    and i'm a bit ocd...

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    I will be washing them next week before using for #2

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    Im rewashing as they have some dust and smell like cardboard

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    Mine had a weird smell so I rewashed them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by halloweendee View Post
    i rewashed them, just to get the 'packed away' smell from them gone.
    and i'm a bit ocd...
    Yeah this is me too. That and for me I think it was part of the 'nesting' phase.

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    I washed bub's clothes because I had nothing better to do at 36 weeks pregnant lol.

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    I didn't... But only because I was in hospital for 11 weeks and didn't have the chance!

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    I always rewashed mine just get rid of the stale smell. Plus it always amazed that tops/grow-suits went away clean but some always came out a few years later with yellow marks on the front?

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    Thanks everyone - best get to it soon!


 

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