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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Have you looked into soap nuts? I've heard good things about them.
    Ok so I just had a quick google. Very interesting. Has anyone used soap nuts and what did you think?

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    They were terrible for us. Our washing still smelled and they useless for stain removal

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    We use ecostore.

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    We use white vinegar for fabric softener. It's supposed to help remove excess residue of your washing powder/liquid too I believe.

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    I also use white vinegar in the laundry. Very useful for getting bad smells out of your fabrics.

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    I use Omo sensitive. I've tried liquid brands but the kids always react to it. Might give Purity a go

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    I've bought the planet ark aware sensitive again as I know he doesn't react so I can at least re wash his clothes to get the other laundry powder off but I think I might try out the Eco store one as it is a liquid and see if I can get a better result without upsetting his skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenBlue View Post
    Ok so I just had a quick google. Very interesting. Has anyone used soap nuts and what did you think?
    I use them.
    They are the best thing since sliced bread!
    I box lasts 4-6 months for the 4 of us with cloth nappies and all bedding and towels.
    I use 6 nuts (they say 8 ) per bag and use the bag 6-8 times before replacing the nuts.
    A box cost me $45.
    Both my boys and I are allergic to soap and have Excema and dry skin.
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    Has anyone tried Earthwise?

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    Earth Choice flares my dd's eczema up and the one time I used it for nappies it made her blister! I now just use an Aldi powder. It's in a big blue box. We have had no issues since. And it's cheap!!


 

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