A couple of drops in a litre of water so, no, it doesn't burn.
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16-07-2012 18:36 #21
16-07-2012 18:39 #22
I use a combination of the cheap little facewashers from Kmart and microfleece. As Thermo said, keep the towels you will need them!! I still use my old towels for when DD is sick particularly gastro / vomiting, she sleeps on them to help protect her bedding if she is sick in bed.
16-07-2012 18:42 #23
My mother used facewashers when my brothers and i were babies. I don't think she had any problems with them.
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