Yuck! My husband sometimes uses them, and the kids in there bath, but they are a one time use item, then into the wash.
I dont even see the point of them. I just soap up my hands and use them. But then I have very sensitive skin and tend to break out if I use anything else.
Mom to Arianna (5), Conner (3) and Trent (my baby)
I use them on my daughter (since my son is now old enough to take showers without help), and it's a one time use and then into the laundry it goes. They smell gross when they dry out after being used.
When the kids were babies I always kept a stack of fresh clean washcloths in the kitchen and used them constantly! But still, use 'em once and then toss them into the laundry.
Laurie, mom to:
Nathaniel ( 10 ) and Juliet ( 6 )
Baking Adventures In A Messy Kitchen (blog)
Washcloth for face, loofah for body. One time use except I do hang them to dry and use the face ones for clean ups around the bathroom or floors. Was totally embarrassed when a guest asked where they were kept about a year ago and I didn't have any because I was using the disposable face wipes at the time.
Nothing for dh and ds. The nurses in the NICU told us it was better to skip them for babies and now I've gotten used to just washing his hair and using the bubbles for the rest of him.
We use washcloths to clean up DD's face/hands after meals- I usually use it to clean her, then the table in front of her, and then the floor if necessary, and then it goes in laundry.
No one in my family uses washcloths (or anything else) to wash anything in the shower bath- we all just use our hands. I used to use a "puff" for a lot of years, and then I just stopped and never went back.
Mara & Joel, 2009
I don't used washcloths on Jace or myself. I use my hands or a sea sponge.
Washcloths aren't for us.
Just for the kids. One use and into the wash.