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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    People flush disposables??? Never heard of it!

    Mine go out to the wheelie bin.
    No Des, just the poop!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deserama View Post
    People flush disposables??? Never heard of it!

    Mine go out to the wheelie bin.
    nope the poo off the disposables

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    Yeh I know it's the poop LOL I've never heard of people flushing poop off disposables. Everyone I've ever known take them straight out to the wheelie bin.

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    hadnt even ever thought about it... in the bin they go.. if we're out in the plastic nappy bag thing and in the bin they go.

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    poop goes in the toilet. It's illegal to put it in the bin. Even the disposable packaging says to tip solid poop into the toilet before disposing of the nappy.

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    I put mine into a nappy sack, tie it up, and take it straight out to the wheelie bin.

    I don't know what the contents of other people's nappies look like, but there's no way I could just deposit mine into the toilet. I would have to scrape it off somehow, and even then a fair whack of it would remain stuck to the nappy (defeating the purpose IMO!).

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    No and there is no way that I ever will (okay I will if there is a police man standing over me and giving me the option of a fine or poo in the toilet heh).

    I tie it up in a bag and it goes straight into the wheelie bin.

    I may as well use cloth nappies if I am going to empty the poo from a disposable nappy into the toilet and that won't happen as I like the convenience of disposables.

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    Always chucked in bin. Never thought about putting the poo in the toilet(our nappies always went in those nappy bags that had a fragnance)

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    I just throw the nappy out. Most of the time I can't get the poo out as DD's aren't solid. I always have it another bag though so they aren't just loose in the council bin.

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    If I wanted to flush poo down the toilet I would be using MCN'S I use disposable because I like to wipe the bum and throw it all in the bin.


 

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