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    I'm sure if you informed them that you would like them bagged, regardless of what state they are in then they can.
    Personally, I prefer them binned. Call me wasteful but dealing with crappy undies would be the last thing I would want to deal with after they have been bagged all day.
    But can understand if you find it hard sourcing a particular size.

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    To the bin with them!
    They're cheap enough to replace, not like it's an everyday occurrence here.

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    When I worked in child care we would rinse and bag, used to annoy me every time I did it.

    With my own children they went straight in the bin.

    That said I think they should have informed you of their policy (whatever it is) when they knew your DD was starting toilet training.

    If you want the undies kept I would ask them to put them in a bag so they can be picked up in the afternoon, but I wouldn't expect them to rinse them out.

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    I had to come and update after what happened yesterday.

    We had some poo undies sent home in a plastic bag, no stress but when I went to wash the shorts which were also dirty I discovered the undies had been wrapped in paper (hand towels). Instead of having to just put the undies straight in the wash I had to peel the paper off the undies. I gave up and chucked them. Why on earth would you wrap dirty knickers in paper???

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    The paper is unnecessary. Weird choice by whoever did that.

    We always had ours bagged, but that was a few years ago. I'd be pretty grouchy if they binned them to be honest, it's wasteful and I'm not made of money.

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    That's strange. Wouldn't follow sustainability either..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum-I-Am View Post
    I had to come and update after what happened yesterday.

    We had some poo undies sent home in a plastic bag, no stress but when I went to wash the shorts which were also dirty I discovered the undies had been wrapped in paper (hand towels). Instead of having to just put the undies straight in the wash I had to peel the paper off the undies. I gave up and chucked them. Why on earth would you wrap dirty knickers in paper???
    I would say they wrapped them in the paper until they get them in the plastic bag. Like if the plastic bags needed restocking or something.
    Nice surprise for you!


 

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