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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    I would have used it, no issue. At that age they are touching anything and everything and then touching their mouths, eyes, nose, bum... This would be the least of my worries!

    If your DS had sat on the floor would you have changed his pants?

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    I would not use a parent room unless i absolutely had to. They are gross. I carry a change mat in my nappy bag and use that in a discrete area like my car boot. However the floor in the change room is probably the cleanest surface in there so i would use it without a thought
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    If it didn't touch the inside, what's the issue? Seriously, what do you think about your child walking on that floor and then at some stage inadvertently touching his/her shoes? It happens. You simply can't avoid all germs. The floor in the changeroom would be just as grotty as the floor of the supermarket. Public floor is public floor. I reckon the the bars in the public playground would be just as germy; it's a sad fact of life. And I get it, I HATE public toilets, I'm the mum who carries anti bac wipes in my handbag and lifts the lid with a tissue, lol. But, germs are all over the place- I often wonder how germy things like ATMs are, too.
    Going off track now, sorry. But as for the nappy incident VP, outside touching floor, I'd still use.
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    DO NOT GET VP STARTED ON SHOES.

    I would probably use it if it was just the outside. Meh. Nappies are expensive.

    Having said that, I've been to one parents room that even I wouldn't set foot in so, maybe it would depend on the parents room. The only ones I've actually used have always been immaculate.

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    I would use it. Especially going off your photo, that floor looks clean.

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    I'd use it. Really we are concerned about germs getting on to bums?

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    Used it without even thinking.

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    I thought I was a germaphobe but I would've used it!

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    Default Wwyd: Nappy dropped on ground

    Wow! I am speechless again. Unless there is poo or p1ss on the toilet seat, my kids just sit and go.

    I must be feral

    Again, the toilet seat is cleaner than many things you probably don't even think twice about. Like mobile phones, remote controls, light switches, office desks, keyboards, carpet (dead skin feeds bacteria and we shed 1.5 million skin cells every hour) Pillows and mattresses are pretty gross because of that as well!

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