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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Thanks ladies. I spent quite a bit on my mats so reluctant to throw them out and get new ones... I have been googling and looks like they can be painted so I am going to give this a try - my new project heheh! Will load some pics if they turn out ok. If not I guess I will toss them out and get some new cheaper ones
    It's worth a try, good luck :-)

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    Hi all,

    I bought a foldaway play mat and they are just brilliant... they start of as a play mat and can be used as a play pen then a ball pool. pricy but well worth it as it lasts a long time www.jullu.com.au


 

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