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When I last had my twins we were in a different house that had a laundry sink in the laundry room- great for washing covers, wools etc...my house now does not have a sink there and just wondering how to handle all the covers! Should I just use a bucket and go outside? am i being ridiculous? you can say so??<br><br>
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we have no sink in teh laundry room.<br><br>
I wash all our covers in the machine on delicate in with the rest of DS clothing, then hand them to dry on a drying rack in the laundry room (tile floor and exhust fan). We've been at it 17 months and no problems<br><br>
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You can do it!<br>
We keep icky covers in a dishwashing pan next to the changing area and then take it to the powder room at night. It fits perfectly in our sink (I don't think it would fit in newer sinks but maybe a shallow round bowl would work or a bathtub) I quick rinse the covers to dislodge the majority of the poo then add a squirt of bac out and some water to soak over night. In the morning I empty the pan into the potty and rinse out the covers. An added bonus- you can swish out the potty at the same time and not use any more cleaner.
 
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