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  • "Emilia44" started this thread

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Wednesday, October 8th 2008, 6:16pm

A splash mat that works and lasts?

Has anyone found an under high chair splash mat that is thick enough to wipe clean and actually works? I bought the Annabel Karmel one which is huge but tears very easily if you move your high chair on it and is so thin it's hard to wipe clean - it just slips around. I want something thicker like lino. I'm even thinking of asking a local shop that sells lino to cut me a square because I just can't find a mat thick enough. They're all so thin like messy mats. Anyway before I get some lino has anyone got a good one they can recommend?
MC 1997, Ectopic 2006, Tubal infertility, 1st IVF :BFP: [zx098]


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Wednesday, October 8th 2008, 7:17pm

Dunelm mill sell patterned vinyl that you buy off a roll in all different colours and designs, I use a bit as a table cloth would work well as a splash mat!!

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Wednesday, October 8th 2008, 8:07pm

I got a piece of pvc coated fabric from John Lewis, it was £10 a metre, I got 2m to keep in the living room/dining room for eating on and 1m to keep upstairs for colouring at her table in her bedroom. Its nice and thick and should last for years.





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Wednesday, October 8th 2008, 8:16pm

Ikea do machine washable carpet mats In lots of colours I got some last week and i think I paid 5.00 for 4. :D
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Wednesday, October 8th 2008, 10:15pm

I did the same as Lulu. Have a massive plastic tablecloth underneath the highchairs. It hasn't torn yet and I have the bulky chicco poly chairs.

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Wednesday, October 8th 2008, 10:20pm

Ummm weuse a peice of blue tarpaulin, bit thrifty but it works a treat ( when we remember to put it down :innocent: )


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  • "Emilia44" started this thread

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Thursday, October 9th 2008, 11:34am

Great suggestions everyone many thanks. I have got an oil cloth tablecloth I rarely use so maybe that would work. I just wanted something really thick so it doesn't sort of ride off the floor or crease. Anyway I'll try it out and if not its the lino shop for me!
MC 1997, Ectopic 2006, Tubal infertility, 1st IVF :BFP: [zx098]





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