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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    SO, just a random thing that popped into my head today as I changed the mat on the floor in the toilet... Does everyone use these?

    If not, why not? If not, don't you hate stepping into wet patched on the floor caused my the male members in the house?

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    ew, no. don't you hate not knowing that there IS a wet patch on the floor??

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    I change it almost daily, and I can't be stuffed wiping the floor 5 million times a day....

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    Na dont have one in either of our toilets. If I did, Id wash it every night.

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    Eeeeew. No.

    If a male member of this house left a wet patch on the floor and didn't clean it up..... look out busters coz there'll be trouble!
    They clean up their own mess, no wee catching mats here!

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    How on earth is it acceptable to miss the toilet and then just walk out and leave it for someone else to clean up?

    That just blows my mind.

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    Default Re: Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy2be3 View Post
    SO, just a random thing that popped into my head today as I changed the mat on the floor in the toilet... Does everyone use these?

    If not, why not? If not, don't you hate stepping into wet patched on the floor caused my the male members in the house?
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    ...... WHAT?!?!

    If I stepped in my dfs urine on the floor I'd wipe it up with his pillow :-/

    So far so good jaspers only pees occasionally little splash maybe because his Willy lines up with the bowl so it's only an issue if he rushes and has an accident in front of the loo which case he tells me.

    I guess bottom line I'd *rather* step in wee and clean it up if its jaspers asap than leave it there soaked into a piece of carpet.

    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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    No they creep my out majorly. Eww.

    DH has never left a wet patch and if he did I'd be furious!!

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    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 :-/
    PMSL!!!

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    Default Do you use Toilet mats/rugs?

    Yes!!

    My DS2 is 8 and sleep walks. He often goes to the toilet when he's not awake and misses the bowl. He'll argue black and blue it wasn't him as he doesn't remember.
    I need the mat as our floor slopes slightly and if he misses alot, it'll run down to the doorway. I wash the mat every morning and put a fresh one there. It's better than having to mop at 3am!!


 

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