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    Default Flush or bin?

    When using disposable nappies, do you scrape the poo into the toilet and flush it, or wrap the whole thing up and put it in the bin?
    I know you're "meant" to flush it, but I have personally only flushed poo from a mcn with a flushable liner.

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    i mostly flush. Don't want that stinking up my bin for a week!

    But only if it is flushable if you get my drift

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    nope never ever scrape..
    I bin it.

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    Default Re: Flush or bin?

    Never scrape or flush, I always just bin it.

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    Oh yep, I put them in nappy sacks too! I fold them up with the tabs and dirty wipes inside then into a nappy sack. If its really stinky it goes in the outside bin straight away, otherwise just in the bin under the change table which gets emptied most nights.
    Haha Izy I know what you mean, those yellow breastmilk poos definitey aren't flushable!

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    Default Flush or bin?

    I use cloth nappies and I bin! I know, naughty me....

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    Now DS is a toddler and eating normal food, sometime I can flush it if it's hard, but there's no way I'd be scraping a sticky poo off a nappy they go in a scented bag in the bin.

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    Default Flush or bin?

    I flush if it's flushable. I try to minimise the amount of raw sewage going into landfill. DD1 loves to watch the poo go in the toilet.

    I'm looking forward to when she will actually poo in the loo directly rather than sit there and pull half the toilet paper off the roll without producing anything!

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    Bin it. Id be spending too much time in the toilet just flushing!

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    Flush! Poop does NOT belong in the bin


 

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