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Old 02-02-2013, 08:07 PM   #21
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I'd never heard of family cloth before I found this site after I started cloth diapering. Probably a stupid question...but if you use a cloth wipe for a #2, do you rinse it after? When I wipe DS after a poop, I rinse the wipes along with the diaper before they go in the pail. I figure it cuts down on odor/stains and less mess goes into the washing machine. Seems like that would be difficult with family cloth. Sorry for the thread derail!
We never rinse ours, but I never rinse the baby's either and sometimes they are really gross. I think I have only 1 wipe stained and its from ds's meconium.


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Old 02-06-2013, 02:42 AM   #22
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Re: Tell me about your family cloth situation.

In my house we use diaper sprayer as a bidet. So there is really nothing to be wiped. The FC is really just to dry up. We do this for religious reasons but it makes more sense then having FC full of# 2.
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Old 02-06-2013, 06:56 AM   #23
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Re: Tell me about your family cloth situation.

I cut up all the old receiving blankets from my first two kids. They are stacked in the drawer by the toilet and I have a small wet bag that hangs from the toilet paper roll. I am the only one that uses it (I am also the only girl) I use them dry and put in the bag and wash with diapers.
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