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    Every night - they go in a bubble bath! I refuse to have toys that are hollow inside and can trap water, they go mouldy and I don't have time to clean them so they end up in the bin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummaOJ View Post
    Every night - they go in a bubble bath! I refuse to have toys that are hollow inside and can trap water, they go mouldy and I don't have time to clean them so they end up in the bin.
    Ditto

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    I soak them in miltons tablet thingys

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    Once approximately 9 months ago I washed them in a bucket of Milton. Since then they get a quick rinse and spray with Orange power spray when I clean the bath tub.
    It's been on my to-do list to do the Milton soak again!

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    I don't. If they are visibly disgusting they go in the bin.

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    I have never cleaned ours. If they looked terrible I guess they would be tossed. I have never really looked closely to be honest.....I think I am obviously just gross!

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    Thanks for the replies. DD has a couple of faves that get a bit yuck and I don't want to chuck them out as in this case it's the easier option to clean them!! Plus she still loves a good ole chew every now and again on them and i don't want her eating yucko bath gunk if I can help it.... She gets enough gunk in everyday life without adding bath gunk in the mix
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    I put them in a tub of bleach every few months then dry them in the sun. Bath toys aren't so bad but my shower toys keep getting slimey!

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    Have never cleaned bath toys. I just chuck them if they get scungy.


 

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