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    Meh, we use cloth nappies so really it's no different. As long as there's no permanent stains then who cares.

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    Crapped and mucky undies always got binned immediately so , yes, dont see an issue with hand me down undies between siblings.

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    I have bought bonds for dd1 (which get expensive) and dd2 gets them 2nd hand as long as they are still decent (as well as new ones of her own) as she is bigger, nearly 4 and having lots of accidents the extras come in handy for daycare packing. I dont have an issue sharing within the family - afterall most of our stuff gets washed with napisan. Using someone elses wouldn't really bother me, but its not something I have thought about much - a good soak/disinfect/wash and they are good to go. I would consider 2nd hand bathers - do you think thats the same, as I have bought my girls heaps over the years off ebay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Meh, we use cloth nappies so really it's no different. As long as there's no permanent stains then who cares.
    Haha so true!

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    I hand DD1's knickers down to DD2 i dont really see an issue.
    Any badly soiled ones would get chucked.

    DD2 does get her own new ones brought too then the hand me downs added in

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    Quote Originally Posted by mckel View Post
    I have bought my girls heaps over the years off ebay!
    I thought EBay didn't allow this due to hygiene concerns? (I once tried to sell a 2nd hand swimsuit however EBay came up with an auto message saying this was not allowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I thought EBay didn't allow this due to hygiene concerns? (I once tried to sell a 2nd hand swimsuit however EBay came up with an auto message saying this was not allowed.
    It was part of a bulk pack of childrens clothing 😏 😁

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    DSS 1 & 2 take pretty much the same size and I have no idea which undies belong to which child and as I do the laundry they end up in whoever's draw has less clean undies in them. Any poopie undies (DSS2!!!) go in the bin.

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    I have to say I'm surprised you're considering this VicPark. I know it's different, but i remember your views in the dropped nappy thread.

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    I don't think I'd take second hand from someone else, but unsure whether I'd reuse for any sibling DS is lucky enough to have.


 

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