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

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    Bins smell bad full stop.

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    In a bag and straight into the wheelie bin.
    I have twins, there is no way I'm going to scrape poop out of their nappies. I have enough on my plate without worrying about that.
    Disposable nappies are convenient for me, so I will use them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummyandbubby View Post

    i have never heard of this, nor have i seen anyone flush the poo before chucking in the bin. its just crazy. and i certainly wont be doing it thats for sure.
    flushing human poo into a toilet designed for...the safe disposal of human poo. That is crazy.

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    i warned you all!! i am back to torchlight bin use!!

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    According to most health professionals the correct texture of poo should be like toothpaste. Strange but true and DD's unfortunately is, so it's always messy and wouldn't roll of the nappy anyhow. Straight to the stinky bins for them.

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    I bin it. I cannot handle the idea of poo on my hands, and the few times I flushed it I ended up with poo on my hands.
    I don't put them in plastic bags, because I felt like I was being doubly harsh on the environment. I wrap them up so it's impossible to see any poo from the outside and put it straight into the kitchen tidy.
    Only once or twice has the kitchen tidy smelt bad, and I've never found the wheelie bin to smell worse than one would expect...

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    Well u cant flush kitty litter(some brands yes)-it says to go in bin and cat poo is supposed to be one of the most germiest things ever so if its ok for cat cr4p to go in bin why not nappies?

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    i thought you were meant to scoop the poo out of kitty litter and flush it?? lol
    -not that i have, or will be getting a cat!

    as for disposables.. yep i binned them. 2 of my kidlets were in cloth so i obviously flushed those ones though.

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    I used to scoop from the cat litter and flush it, but stopped as the litter doesn't always flush away properly. Also you can't flush all brands.

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    I bin. First I put it into a nappy bag then bin.

    The environment is number. 486 of my list of worries.


 

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