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Best place to buy them ladies? Do I need one or two? Want to be prepared smile
Thanks for your help xx

Mama to three small beautiful souls
GP LETS No. 90

devonmama - 05 August 2013 09:15 AM

Best place to buy them ladies? Do I need one or two? Want to be prepared smile
Thanks for your help xx

One is enough but get two net bags to put in them…then you pop one bag full in the wash and put the clean bag in. I got mine pre-loved from here but think there are a lot of places that do them… EBay? Or ask on the wanted board first? Someone might be selling. xxx

Asda do the.m for about £4 each. I have a wetbag thats super cute that i can send to you. I had one extra sent by mistake. Pm me your address x

Thanks lovely ladies, I’ll take your advice and ask on the wanted board soon. Or try Asda otherwise. I have a few net laundry bags, now I have a use for them lol smile xx
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GP LETS No. 90

I got mine from an online nappy supplier at the same time as getting a few cloth nappies and reusable wipes/flannels. smile
So excited for you Carly smile x

Laura

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We have three! I should be deeply ashamed! smile Got one free when I bought my original cloth nappies and two subsequent ones from other people at other times. It’s helpful because I have one upstairs, one downstairs and one which we we use for wet (but not wee’d on) laundry, of which we seem to end up with tons!

I find that the big (ish) one and the small one together make one laundry load, so I do like having two…

Any lidded bucket will do though - a hardware store (or Poundland type place) will probably be cheaper than an actual nappy bucket.

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I had two and found that filling both was a load of washing.  I didn’t bother with a bag inside.  I still have one and use it like Angie does for wet clothes or for presoaking to get rid of stains.

When I had x2 in nappies I had x3 buckets on the go! I had one with a really well fitting lid which I filled first. Having the extra ment we could last 3 days between washes and not have smelly bathroom!

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Great advice from you guys as always smile I had a nappy bucket once, when our eldest was a baby…last I saw it hubby was using it in the garden for something. A lot of things end up out there in this house!
I really want to make using cloth as easy as possible this time, so I stick to it…not only is it great environmentally (of course!), but the knowledge that you have all you need in the house for babe, and aren’t going to have to go out and consume more each time you run out of nappies, is so appealing.
xx

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GP LETS No. 90

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