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Old 10-11-2006, 10:03 PM
 
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"Family cloth" makes me think of everyone using one cloth
Lol, I love this whole thread, but this is the funniest line I have read in a really long time. I just burst out laughing!!! I hope that maybe THIS is the line that we would all *really* never cross.

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Old 10-12-2006, 12:34 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Where can I GET cloth pads, just out of curiosity? I want to try this and cloth TP. DH will probably never do it and will keep using TP. I might use TP for #2 and cloth for #1 or something. Any cut-backs on the amount of waste I create would be great!
I got mine from lunapads.com and I love them. They are so soft! I ended up getting to use one for some spotting and I couldn't tell I was even wearing it. I could always feel the disposable liners. They are so great! I go the organic ones and that makes me feel better to. They came in right on time and they included a wetbag and a drying bag. They have a lot of options for intro kits and you can also buy them individually. I looked at a lot of sites before I bought and found this one to be the one I felt the best about (price, look, options, etc...) Happy shopping!
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List of places to buy cloth pads. Also check out TLC Pads--very well-made and affordable!

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I've been looking around on the internet for sites with family cloth but I can't find any. Can anyone point me in the right direction? I've been googling "family cloth". I have found cloth baby wipes, are these the same thing?
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Where can I GET cloth pads
I second the pp, it's very easy (& I find it fun) to make your own pads! Also a LOT cheaper because you can use leftover fabrics from old clothes, and you don't have to pay shipping What can I say, I love a bargain!

xenabyte, your post reminded me to be more considerate with my menstrual gear! I have always figured the boy could cope, but maybe I will get some jars and bags for a similar setup!

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