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I have wondered if it's really necessary. We haven't washed any of his clothes or bedding yet. Hubby has fairly sensitive skin & so I think using what we use for our stuff, since Hubby doesn't react to it, would be just fine.
When Dreft was first introduced, it really did serve a purpose. At the time, all the other detergents on the market contained a chemical (not sure what it's called) that reduced the flame retardency of children's sleepwear. Things have changed since then and the chemical is no longer present in ANY of today's detergents. So of course now they try to find a new way to market it, by saying it's less irritating or smells baby fresh or whatever helps them sell more.