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    Quote Originally Posted by really old View Post
    I flush poo, but only once they're proper t*rds, not splurty yellow breast milk splats.

    I love how you put that! Flushable liners are great

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    Default Re: Flush or bin?

    Bin em

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    we use a mix of mcn and disposables.
    mcn's i have a poo scooper like one u use for cat litter and scoop and always flush a nice solid turd. A turd of less quality i will scrape as much off as i can into the toilet then rinse the rest off in the laundry sink then soak the mcn in the nappy pail. I Dont use liners as they never stood in place!
    Disposables - i bin the lot always straight into scented bag and into outside wheelie bin! I figure i do my fair bit for the environment with my mcn use and poo scooping. We only go thru 1 disposable a day anyways.

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    Default Flush or bin?

    Bin.

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    Bin.

    Never thought of doing anything different.

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    Ooooh no... I've seen this same thread get nasty before! It's as contentious as amber teething necklaces...

    I bin it. Too much yuck factor for me in scraping/ flushing. Plus too much hassle factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    I bin it. Too much yuck factor for me in scraping/ flushing. Plus too much hassle factor.
    I am so with you. And it's not just the act of scraping it into the toilet that's a hassle. My MIL decided we should be flushing on her last visit, and took it upon herself to fill my toilet up with disgusting poo smears from DS3's revolting, melted peanut butter nappies that I had to clean off several times a day. And despite her best efforts there was always plenty of poo left on the nappy, so I wasn't sure what the point was.

    Some kids just weren't made for the flush, and DS3 is one of them .

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    Default Flush or bin?

    I roll them into the toilet off the nappy and flush. If they are not solid enough for that (not often) then they go in a nappy sack in the bin. I don't like the poo to sit in the bin. Newborn poos were always binned though as they were not solid enough.

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    Default Flush or bin?

    When they were in nappies (sposies) they went straight into a bag and into the outside bin, even wet ones went straight outside.


 

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