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    I'd use it

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    For me I think it would completely depend on the state of the floor. I know most times I've been in a parent's room, it has either not long been mopped or the cleaner is coming in to mop while I've been in there.

    Anywho, from the pic of the floor you posted - I'd have used it.

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    Do you bin toys if they get thrown on the ground? I doubt it, I would have used it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sabochan View Post
    For me I think it would completely depend on the state of the floor. I know most times I've been in a parent's room, it has either not long been mopped or the cleaner is coming in to mop while I've been in there.

    Anywho, from the pic of the floor you posted - I'd have used it.
    I was just going to say this. Every time I was ever in a parents room, there was a cleaner in there! I really doubt they'd be that germy.

    As PP's have said, there's lots of germier places. What about playgrounds? They've never ever EVER been disinfected!

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    I would bin it totally. However I hover over public toilets, use my shirt to open the door and my elbow to turn the tap on. I find public toilets disgusting as 100's of people have pooed/peed in there before me. Now DS is toilet trained I have to stress about him touching toilet seats too, I swear he touches every single part of the toilet before he's done!

    Funnily enough I am the opposite about other types of germs (animals, food germs etc) but people's bacteria and viruses freak me out.

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    I wouldn't have used the nappy for it's intended use (after it dropped to the ground) but I would have used it to turn on the tap, dispense the soap and open the doors.

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    Just wondering if you all would wear a pair of your own undies if they fell on the floor of a public bathroom? Does your answer to this qu match up to your thoughts on the nappy???

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    Use it. I have seen how often the parent areas we have been to (not just near us, but ages/countries away) get cleaned.

    There is more stuff floating around in the air of that room that could potentially do harm, than a couple of seconds on the floor.

    Besides, do you use a change mat?
    If not, do you feel the counter there is cleaner on your child's bare bum, than a nappy on the floor?
    If yes, you just changed a DIRTY nappy on it, so the germs from that will get on the clean nappy anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedCreamingSoda View Post
    Just wondering if you all would wear a pair of your own undies if they fell on the floor of a public bathroom? Does your answer to this qu match up to your thoughts on the nappy???
    I would, my pants are around my ankles ( and bunch on ground) when I sit and go

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    I'm with your DH on this one


 

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