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Would You Ditch Toilet Paper For A ‘Family Cloth?’ [PIC]

The “family cloth” is one of those new trends that has us questioning things pretty hard. Maybe we’re thinking about it all wrong. The “family cloth” is basically a square scrap of fabric that gets “used” and then washed, and reused. It replaces toilet paper, ideally for just “liquid containment,” but some people use them for #2s as well.

Toilet paper. It’s a necessity, we grab a pack every couple weeks from the store, usually the soft stuff, but sometimes the economy-brand because it all wipes the same anyway. It’s pretty cheap, but sometimes the rolls get swiped from the office anyway. But some families that are using this idea of a “family cloth” say that they’re saving money, and saving the environment. The procedure is as follows: you find a square of cloth from some seller (or probably make your own from fabric you may have, old shirts, etc). You finish your business, wipe, and toss the cloth into a basket to get washed later.

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Granted, most people will use the cloth just after finishing a “if it’s yellow, let it mellow,” but other people say they use the cloths for #2s as well, as we said above. We hope their basket is either in a very well ventilated area, or maybe outside the bathroom window? Also, I know it all gets washed and blah blah, but I’d have a hard time throwing my clothes in the washer after having done a load of family cloths. Not even the same load, just any time afterwards still.

So yeah. Do you have any interest in using a reusable cloth as a wipe, or are you sticking to the double-quilted quad-fluffed super-absorb money flusher? Check out some more info here.

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