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I’ll be honest here, I’m not looking to save a buck on diapers (although it would be nice if we could!) The other day, in a hurry as usual, I grabbed all of little boy’s laundy from the hamper in his room and shoved it into the washing machine. All of it. Without looking at what I was putting in there. I turned on the water, threw in some soap and turned the thing on.
An hour later I went to retrieve the newly cleaned clothes to put them in the dryer. As I started pulling the clothes out, I see tiny bits of white. They are all over his clothes. I shake a shirt to get the specs off, and it appears to be snowing in my laundry room. All from one toddler T-shirt. What is going on here?
As I take out more clothes and do the shake out I see more and more of these wet spect of white cotton. What is this?
Then I find it.Â A wet, pull-up diaper, soaked with all the soapy water from the wash.
It’s takes me quite awhile to get all the pieces off of the clothes; then I have to rewash every last bit of clothes.
Lesson: make sure you know what’s going into your laundry machine, each and every time.