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Old 04-18-2010, 05:45 PM   #11
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Re: How do you handle poop when out and about?

I just toss them in the wetbag and rinse when I get home, even if they are on a padfolded flat. It doesn't usually get on everything else, and even if it does get a bit on other things, it's only a little so i don't worry about it.

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I just wrap the poo-ie up in the diaper and put it in the wetbag...I TRY not to forget about the poo before I throw them in the wash.
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:28 PM   #13
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Re: How do you handle poop when out and about?

I always carry a plastic shopping bag in my diaper bag, in case I have an incredibly poopy dipe that can't be rolled into itself, as R8chel advised. I will deposit the soiled dipe into the plastic bag and throw it in the wetbag to be rinsed when we get home. I just don't trust dunking and swishing in a public toilet. So I never rinse poo when out and about.
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:59 PM   #14
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Re: How do you handle poop when out and about?

We sometimes just folded it up and stuck it in the wetbag (used pockets at that time) but sometimes we'd spray it off in the public restroom since the restrooms here have toilet sprays in every stall. The last time that happened my husband took it to the bathroom to spray and he came back and said he was NEVER doing that again. Apparently the sprayer had VERY strong pressure and he ended up splashing the poo all over the stall Gross but I can't help laughing as well After that we stuck to bringing it home to rinse out.
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Re: How do you handle poop when out and about?

If I'm using one of my Thirsties AIOs, I fold the diaper up, then wrap the tabs around and velcro the tabs together. Then just toss into the wetbag and deal with it when I get home. if it's a diaper with snaps, then I just fold it up, and toss in the wetbag, and deal with it when I get home. I REALLY wouldn't want to rinse my diaper off in a public toilet. You never know what ickies are in there.

When it got to the point that some of the poop was "ploppable" then I'd plop the soild chunk into the toilet, and then later rinse the diaper at home.

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I use pockets and AIOs when I'm out and about so I just fold it into itself, place in wetbag, and tend to it when I get home.
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