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    Once a week. I've got three sets of sheets.
    For towels I get cleans ones every 3rd day so wash when I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by becandabub View Post
    Weekly unless DD spews or something.

    When you say sheets do you include the doona cover? That I do fortnightly but I'm not sure if I should do it more often. It's such a bish to get it back on the huuuuuge doona!
    I'm the same. Sheets weekly, cover every other week. I do that to save water as we are on tank water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wktz View Post
    Well I aim for once a week.....I'm doing really well if I achieve that though
    Exactly this!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollychops View Post
    Is this going to end up nasty like the "how often do u wash your towels" thread?
    Hope not! My trolley putting Away thread done that

    I'm jus generally curious! Lol

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    I do a bedroom's worth of linen once every day, except Sundays. We each get fresh sheets twice a week. It just feels so much nicer.

    Although lately it's been daily with my son's bed thanks to his nappy soaking abilities.

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    Weekly, but fortnightly sometimes if i'm being slack.

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    Every fortnight. Same with my towels...yes I am a grot!

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    Mine get washed weekly, DS twice a week but he is a super sweaty kid

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~BEXTER~ View Post
    Not as often as I should... Lol
    Haha...Same here!

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    Sheets weekly - Doona cover, hmmm monthly? It doesn't really get dirty though as its too hot to sleep under.


 

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