View Poll Results: do you flush or bin poo off sposies?

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    Default do flush or bin??????

    Just a question when using sposies do you flush the poo off first before putting them in the bin???

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    Flush. I don't like having poo hang around till the rubbish goes out.

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    i only ask cause ( one im super bored ) and i thought it was illegal ( and gross ) to put human waste into the rubbish bin lol and my lots of people think i super weird for doing it

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    Flush. It is really unhygenic to have human feces, well, anywhere apart from the sewage where it will be treated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~CupCakes~ View Post
    i only ask cause ( one im super bored ) and i thought it was illegal ( and gross ) to put human waste into the rubbish bin
    I believe so too, as it can be quite dangerous for another human to come into contact with it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tormy View Post
    never..never even thought of doing that...most of the time the poo is smeared anyway, so dunno how much would leave the nappy anyway
    Scoop it off


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    I do unless I am in public and not near a toilet (I'm not going to carry a pooey nappy around in my bag all afternoon), or (sorry for TMI) if it is a particularly messy, runny one , because I usually end up spilling it all over the bathroom floor trying to get it into the toilet! Eww!

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    Since we've been eating solids we flush. It would stink the room out otherwise!

    DD now gets excited when she has a fresh nappy and we walk into the toilet to flush the nasty out of the old one Plus I assume it's reinforcing toilet training later on in some small way

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    People flush disposables??? Never heard of it!

    Mine go out to the wheelie bin.

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    Most of the time I throw it in the bin. Sometimes I flush. Depends on my mood/


 

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