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are they ok for diapers or do they build up?<br><br>
sorry if this thread's been done before, the search wasn't working for me.
 

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i hope it's ok to bump this, cuz i'm still hoping someone will reply!
 

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I have not used them, but I have two friends who do use them for CD and their other clothes. both of them RAVE about them and say they're a must have. Neither of them has ever complained about buildup. The only complaint that one of my friends has is that you have to disolve them first for a front loader.
 

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They are fine for cloth diapers! I'd been thinking of trying them, but don't want to have to dissolve them for my FL machine. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/greensad.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="greensad">
 

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ok, i tried them and i had to post again to tell everyone that soap nuts are awesome!<br><br>
my next question is:<br><br>
where can i buy them in bulk!?
 

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I am currently carrying soapnuts from Nepal. I am located in Canada and have been selling to Canada and U.S.<br><br>
100g (.22 lbs - includes 2 small muslin wash bags) is $5.00 - shipping for this size can be as low as<br>
$2.25* (depending on whether or not the soapnuts are left whole or compressed to qualify as<br>
letterpost).<br>
250g (.55 lbs - includes 3 small muslin wash bags) is $12.00 - shipping is approx. $7.50*<br>
454g (1 lb - includes 4 small muslin wash bags) is $20.00 - shipping approx. $11.00*<br>
*these shipping costs apply to most areas within Canada only
 
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