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    I wouldn't accept used undies from another family to give my kids, unless they were unworn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    for those that say chuck the sh!tted on undies: do you also chuck out baby clothes that copped a visit to brown town?

    if it's for training purposes only and within the family, who cares. seems so wasteful to throw a pair of undies that got poo on them!
    I have a rule in my house, anything that has poo on it goes in the bin that includes new new baby clothes. The other night ds did an epic
    Vomit in his bed that soaked through his mattress protector, I threw the sheet in the bin, it was so chunky and on there I couldn't face scraping it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    for those that say chuck the sh!tted on undies: do you also chuck out baby clothes that copped a visit to brown town?
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    You guys do know that ringworm isn't an actual worm, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    You guys do know that ringworm isn't an actual worm, right?
    Yep. It's a fungus. Could still be transmitted on jock's though.

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    Well that's false advertising then!

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    I can honestly say I have bought very few pairs of undies for my kids!

    I honestly don't see the issue!!

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    Well that's false advertising then!

    I wonder who you'd need to petition to get a colloquial term changed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Cloth nappies have inserts and are way more absorbent than just a pair of undies.
    Yes....I'm not seeing what that has to do with cleaning them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PipersMummy View Post
    I have a rule in my house, anything that has poo on it goes in the bin that includes new new baby clothes. The other night ds did an epic
    Vomit in his bed that soaked through his mattress protector, I threw the sheet in the bin, it was so chunky and on there I couldn't face scraping it off.
    wow. ok.

    I found ds once swimming in his own vom in his cot (poor little guy). after hosing him down, I stripped the cot and put everything through the wash. came up like brand new. no way was I throwing out his cute cot sheets!!

    perhaps I'd feel differently about that level of poo but I just feel like it's a psychological thing. a good scrape n soak then put it through the machine - nobody will know the difference.

    and no I haven't been through toilet training yet. the above might all change once I have

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