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    Help me out ladies....

    Just clearing out DS1's clothes draw, and looking to see if anything can/should be passed onto DS2.

    Do undies (used in the toilet training stage) go in the bin in your household? Or are they passed from nr 1 to nr 2 regardless if whether there were nr 1's and nr 2's involved?

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    If my children crapped their undies, I always binned them straight away No way I would scrape the sh&t off.

    I wouldn't have a problem passing down to my own children but I probably wouldn't give them to a friend.

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    Within the family I think I'd do hand-me-down undies. Seeing I'm okay with second hand cloth nappies I'm not sure there's a difference.

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    Between siblings I think it is fine. I wouldn't want second hand undies from extended family or friends though.

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    No. 2 knickers no way. Family or not.
    Others I'd think okay between family but I wouldn't buy second hand panties for myself so I wouldn't ask anyone else to do the same.

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    Between siblings, yes, I would use them again.

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    No question, my ds's share undies. They don't have their own, its whatever ends up in their pile. If it was too soiled at the time i would have binned it.

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    No different to cloth nappies? So, yes.

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    I am going against the grain and saying no. To me undies are a personal item and think everyone should have their own individual sets

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    A lovely bubhubber posted me some second hand undies when I was struggling to find size 1-2 underwear for dd1
    It's been very handy.
    If it ain't visibly soiled I'm happy to keep using them
    Beggars can't be choosers!

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