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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    . Honestly, if you cant manage with a bit of a wee accident - the play cafe is not the place for you. They are germy places anyway - think of the snot wiped on handrails, sneezes, dribble, kids putting their mouths on equipment, kids not washing their hands properly after doing a poo, and spreading worms around... a bit of wee really isnt the worst thing you will find in a play cafe
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    This is why my kids have a full clothes change (bar undies) and hand/wipe over when they get home from indoor playgrounds..

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    😁

    This is why my kids have a full clothes change (bar undies) and hand/wipe over when they get home from indoor playgrounds..
    It's probably too late by then 😂 Sorry to say. Germs won't wait until kids get home or have their clothes changed. It's an instant transfer. But if it makes you feel better... 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    It's probably too late by then 😂 Sorry to say. Germs won't wait until kids get home or have their clothes changed. It's an instant transfer. But if it makes you feel better... 😀
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    I reckon pee is the last thing you need to be worried about in regards to hygiene at play centres. Those places are full of germs and great for building immunity.
    Exactly why I no longer visit the places. My kids always get a stomach bug visiting those places

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    DD was always in a pull up nappy outside of the house until she was fully toilet trained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
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    This is why my kids have a full clothes change (bar undies) and hand/wipe over when they get home from indoor playgrounds..
    are you seriously worried that much about germs? Your kids have been in daycare, they should have strong immune systems by now.

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    I see a difference between bacterial germs and viral germs. Viral germs I can deal with, but faeces, urine etc makes me twitchy

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    I see a difference between bacterial germs and viral germs. Viral germs I can deal with, but faeces, urine etc makes me twitchy
    Loads of kids at daycare/preschool would have accidents (poo and wee) and they (the kids) probably don't wash their hands properly if at all at daycare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Loads of kids at daycare/preschool would have accidents (poo and wee) and they (the kids) probably don't wash their hands properly if at all at daycare.
    Properly maybe, but I'd be pretty annoyed if my kids' Childcare centre didn't make a kid who had had an accident wash their hands.

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    My child would be the one licking the poles in the play centre. Yum.

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