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    I'd still use it, especially because bub isn't a newbie, and our parents room floor makes that look like a dinner plate :P

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    Germs are actually good for immune systems.
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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    I'd use it. I suspect the floor of the parents room gets cleaned far more frequently than my own floors so I'm not worried.

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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    I'm no germophobe, quite the opposite. I'm quite happy to let dd eat her dropped food from a parents room....
    However when you start getting private parts involved.... Who wants something germy or dirty touching their hoo ha?
    That's why I'd actually have to think about how the nappy landed and whether it looked clean.... It'd need to be on a case by case basis.
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    The more exposure your child has then the immune system gets stronger. Unless a child has an impaired immune system, it's actually good for a child to be exposed to germs. Sterile environments are the reason some experts believe allergies have increased sharply since 1980's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I'm no germophobe, quite the opposite. I'm quite happy to let dd eat her dropped food from a parents room....
    However when you start getting private parts involved.... Who wants something germy or dirty touching their hoo ha?
    That's why I'd actually have to think about how the nappy landed and whether it looked clean.... It'd need to be on a case by case basis.
    If the clean nappy had sh1t on it when it was picked up, no I don't think people would use it.

    Seriously, the floor in the parents' room is probably 100000x cleaner than the door handles or buzzer you press to get in and out.

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    I'd throw it out!

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    Id use it and wouldn't even think twice about it

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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    If the clean nappy had sh1t on it when it was picked up, no I don't think people would use it.

    Seriously, the floor in the parents' room is probably 100000x cleaner than the door handles or buzzer you press to get in and out.
    There was a show on Dr Oz about this literally last month and they took samples of all the germs/dirt from a public bathroom - the cleanest/least germ filled area was the toilet floor and toilet seat ( these get cleaned regularly) the dirtiest was the door handles and the worst was the tap faucet as these never/rarely get cleaned and your dirty hands touch these areas the most

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    I'd use it.


 

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