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#1 of 14 Old 06-29-2006, 01:27 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I was going to do a search because I know this has probably been covered a million times . . . ahhh well.

I am trying to get into using prefolds and wool covers for ds. I have 2 stacinator stretch wool wraps and 3 that I crocheted/knitted. I was thinking about ordering the wool wash from Sudz n Dudz but I wanted to know what you all recommend. TIA!

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I've heard Sudz and Dudz is great! I also really like Northern Essence.
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I love monkey sudz/naturally luxe.
And you can get a discount if you are a mdc member.
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I love monkey sudz/naturally luxe.
And you can get a discount if you are a mdc member.
Naturally Luxe
ITA! You have to try "Spiced Plum" it is the yummiest smell EVER

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I am not much of an expert on SCENTS, but from a CENTS point of view, I was comparing wool wash on the hyenacart, ebay, and a few of my fav wahms that are not (yet) on hyenacart.

With shipping and amount of product in consideration, the best liquid wool wash deal I found was Cinnamon stitches on hyenacart. That was a few months ago, though, too.
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I love Sudz n Dudz.....her scents are great and the wool wash bars last FOREVER!
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I have a few different wool wash bars (most were freebies) and I don't have a favorite. From a cost standpoint, I do love using a few squirts of Dr. Bronners ALmond. I love that scent. I use spray lanolin after they are dry.

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I prefer baby shampoo and pure lanolin
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I love the WOW wool wash I got from Naturally Luxe. The hardest part was choosing which scents I wanted!

I got Honey Almond and Rise 'n Shine. I recommend both!
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I love Monkey Sudz(Naturally Luxe) too! I've tried a few of the scents, and my favorites have been cherry garcia, coco lime(delicious!), and summer fling. I love never having to lanolize separately!

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So you can use Dr.Bronners to wash wool?
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I got some from Llamajama. Nice tto scent.

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I like Valor Kids lanolin soaps.

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I usually order from Sudz N Dudz because all of their wool care products are organic, but sometimes I get the organic liquid WOW from Naturally Luxe.

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