Red Kite On The Go Travel Changing Mat £9 @ asda direct / george
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Red Kite On The Go Travel Changing Mat £9 @ asda direct / george

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Found 4th Apr
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Soft and foldable mattress unwraps in seconds, is easy to wipe-clean, features pouches for baby’s changing essentials.

•Fold out changing mat and travel bag •Super-sized foldable changing mat
•Takes just seconds to unwrap and use
•Clip on strap to hang from your pram or pushchair
•Features compartments for nappies and wipes
•Perfect for when you and baby are on the go
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Always used a towel for our kids works great and cheap
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The.Crew.Designs32 m ago

Always used a towel for our kids works great and cheap


Exactly what I was thinking
The.Crew.Designs49 m ago

Always used a towel for our kids works great and cheap


TheseFold so the outside is always out and in is always in, not sure a towel can as well
jamhops37 m ago

TheseFold so the outside is always out and in is always in, not sure a …TheseFold so the outside is always out and in is always in, not sure a towel can as well



Not saying these wont work just saying towels work to
The.Crew.Designs17 m ago

Not saying these wont work just saying towels work to


All I meant is I use one like this as often I go in a changing room and it looks awful. Next time I use the mat daughter is lying on the same side and it folds in a way so the inside doesn't touch the outside so less exposure to anything in the changing room.

My reply was to see if there is a towel technique with the reason I use a changing Mat and didn't like towels

I would expect changing mats are more hygenic (though I may be wrong) due to the material and as they ensure there baby never touches the changing table or anything that touches the changing table.... That could be me being too worried about gems outside the home (inside its fine to eat dirt of course)

I just use the one that came with the changing bag not this one I looked at this one for wipes convenience but the one I have works
Edited by: "jamhops" 5th Apr
You could use a towel with a two sided pattern or an obvious difference in sides to make sure it stays next to baby. But we were never to precious with germs etc and our children have never had any problems and had very few colds and other bugs growing up. I think exposing a child to some germs in moderation can strengthen the immune system
Thanks
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