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Cleaning & Chores

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Disclosure - I was not perked by Shout and am not being paid for this review. Shout has never contacted me and has no idea who I am. This review is entirely my own opinion. A few weeks ago, my sister-in-law was at the apartment and she brought a box of Shout Color Catchers with her. This was the second or third time she told me about them and I guess she was tired of me not listening so she gave me a box of my own to try. I was really suspicious. I honestly thought these were a gimmick. I mean, the clothes I wash have been washed hundreds of times (probably) and there was no

(This is part 2 of a 5-part Cloth Diaper series. Scroll to the bottom for a link to part 1) I don't know why it is, but people have a fear of cleaning cloth diapers. Actually, I do know why, because I had the same fears at one point or another. They typically are - They're so expensive! Even if you buy used, you still don't want to risk the chance of ruining a diaper. What if they stain? Ew. Don't they require special detergent? What if you have to add on a bunch of wash loads and your water bill goes through the roof? You might have to touch poop?!?!??! Let's go through these fears point by point and, at the