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Using same washable wipes for toddler/newborn

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behindthetimes Sun 23-Feb-14 10:30:40

Hi, I have a toddler who is still in nappies, having trouble getting him to wear the washable ones at the moment but am still using washable wipes. DC2 due in a month, am hoping to get into washables pretty quickly, just wondering what people think regarding using the same washable wipes with toddler as newborn? As in, having the same pile available for both, washing all together. Would others seperate newborn and toddler ones? Or buy/make new ones for newborn?
Are there any infection issues or anything like that? I tend to wash the wipes at 90 anyway.

Trenzalor Sun 23-Feb-14 17:40:42

They are washed and clean and it is fine to use the same on both.

behindthetimes Sun 23-Feb-14 20:17:19

Thanks I was hoping someone would say that!

Cookethenook Mon 24-Feb-14 10:24:02

Totally fine. I use reusable wipes on my mindees (i'm a childminder), i wash at 60 and have never had a problem. Parents are fine with it as well.

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