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    Default Re: Flush or bin?

    Bin.

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    Default Flush or bin?

    Bin in the outside bin lol ewwwwy it's hard enough changing them

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    Wow, heaps more flushers than I thought there would be! I must admit, I hate dealing with poo. DS wears a sposie to bed and usually poos as soon as he wakes up. I don't put him in a mcn until he's done a poo haha

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    Default Flush or bin?

    I bin it in nappy sacks

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    Whoa! I have never even considered doing anything other than binning?!

    Can you use flushable liners inside a disposable? A lot of what the flushers are saying makes sense but I just can't imagine doing the scrape and flush!

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    Default Re: Flush or bin?

    I flick and flush, but not always

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    Definitely bin

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    Default Flush or bin?

    I was under the impression human feces are meant to be treated rather than go to landfill, so do my best to flush.

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    Default Re: Flush or bin?

    [QUOTE=PorkyPies;6785981]Whoa! I have never even considered doing anything other than binning?!



    Glad im not the only one....never heard od anyone doing this ans i know ALOT of mummies.



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    Default Flush or bin?

    Ive only ever used sposies and i put the nappy and its 'contents' in a scented nappy bag then into the bin it goes.
    I can't stand the thought of doing anything else


 

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