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    Nope. I have one of those wooden drainy things for the shower though, so I don't slip getting out.

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Ewwww no. Reminds me of my Nan's house.

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
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    If I stepped in my dfs urine on the floor I'd wipe it up with his pillow :-/

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    And if it was happening regulArly the responsible male would be told to sit down to pee until they can urinate like a big boy.

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    PMSL!!! That's hilarious.

    No loo mats in my house. I find them a bit gross.

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Used to use them but not any more.

    DH sometimes leaves the occasional drop on the floor. It really grinds my gears! I tell him off and he swears he doesn't realise he does it.

    He is happy for me to call him out on it so he can clean it up himself. I just don't get how it happens?!!!

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    Surely it happens at the end when they jiggle. They must be too busy focusing on the next steps which are putting it away and flushing....I guess in that case we should be thankful they remember to flush.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    The kids toilet no

    Our toilet yes, but we dont miss lol and its in the ensuite matching the shower mat which is next to it.. for us its not for catching spills its for looking pretty!

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    We don't have kids using the toilet so I had never even considered that our toilet mat would be for anything other than keeping our feet warm!

    Ick, I had never considered using it to 'catch spills'!!! I hope our friends don't think hubby pees on the floor and I use that mat to clean it up!

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    Mine aren't carpet. They are made of toweling type washable fabric
    This ^^ DF is the only male in the house and is a clean freak, he'd never miss lol. We have two sets that get washed in the machine once a week each.

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by MummaHan View Post
    No! I think they're gross and try not to touch them if I use the bathroom at someone's house.
    This.

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    No, I think they are disgusting. I cringe when I go to other peoples houses and they have them.

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