MIL does this too, Indonesian/Dutch. She does some weird shit sometimes, but makes some absolutely bangin food. We get along real good, sometimes better than her daughter and her lolWell, they do use the dishwasher.
For storing pots and pans.
(First hand experience, my wife is Mexican)
Exactly this. You wipe out all the shit, throw them in the wash. Don’t wash them with your regular clothes. You want to use a more gentle detergent than your skin can handle b/c they’re WAY more sensitive.Idk my assumption would be yeah, run them through the washer. Not so different from muddy or greasy clothes. Might want to scrape any bigger solids off first, though. Also, humanity got on just fine without modern diapers for a loooooooong time.
If you're really worried about it buy a
zhongzhongFB marketplace washer that you can dedicate to poopy baby rags?
This is a great hypothesis. We need to see if we can find obesity rates by IQ range and see if it tracks.21,565 steps today.
Don't usually walk that much but when you're dumb you do stuff like: go out to your car, get all the way to it, and only then remember you didn't bring the fob.
Had to go back in, reload the machine, then go all the way back out to the car again. It's far away, I park where the office workers who don't come to work anymore used to park.
Billionaires are the ones fucking the world.We looked into it b/c “the waste!!!” - quality of life would suffer big time. Diapers make up less than 1% of 1% of all trash in landfills. For a lot of the US, it all ends up in an incinerator.
We don't want kids, but the idea of cloth nappies has always intrigued me. Diapers are damn expensive and seem super wasteful. Not sure how well they'd actually work.
i havent yet known someone to use them but i, too, am interested in the concept. feel like cleaning them would really be a shitty job though, like do you just throw them right into the washing machine? can a washing machine deal with that kind of shit? can i wash other clothes after that?