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    I would want to chuck them but would wash and return

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    I want to say just chuck them but now having had years and years of lost hats, lost jumpers, lost socks and yes, lost undies, just toss them in the wash and then return them. I am sure a weary tired and possibly over it parent will be grateful for your thoughtfulness

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    Wash & return.

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    Chuck. I'd chuck them even if they were my own kids tbh!

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    Wash and return. Has happened once or twice just with clothes

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    why chuck?!
    seriously confused? why?

    either double bag or wash them and return. It happens, no big deal.

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    I can't believe the amount of people saying chuck them.

    Whats the harm in popping them in the wash & returning them to daycare?
    Seems the logical & kind thing to do.

    Wet undies is not really all that gross

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    It's not a big deal but if someone else was given a pair of my kids undies and they were wet I'd assume they wouldn't wash them and return them. They're undies.

    ETA I'm not bothered by wee, poo, vomit or any bodily fluids. I really didn't give it much thought. I send my son to preschool in his oldest undies so I doubt they'd survive that many more washes.
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    I would wash and return them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    It's not a big deal but if someone else was given a pair of my kids undies and they were wet I'd assume they wouldn't wash them and return them. They're undies.

    ETA I'm not bothered by wee, poo, vomit or any bodily fluids. I really didn't give it much thought. I send my son to preschool in his oldest undies so I doubt they'd survive that many more washes.
    I just wouldn't think to throw them out. The OPs scenario has never happened to me but I've had a few small visitors borrow undies and they've always been washed and returned.


 

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