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blondieblonde Sun 09-Oct-16 14:36:38

So I've cleaned the grouting with bleach as per friends' suggestions. I'll wash it off, but am still nervous about giving the kids their bath this evening.

How can I make sure I've washed it off thoroughly? AIBU to let them have their bath, or should we have no bath and I can have one later to make sure all the bleach is gone -- as a test bath.

andonwego Sun 09-Oct-16 14:40:11

They really will be fine. Just let them bath.

Lweji Sun 09-Oct-16 14:41:18

I'd just rinse with plenty of water from the shower.

Sparklesilverglitter Sun 09-Oct-16 14:43:13

It will be fine

NeedMoreSleepOrSugar Sun 09-Oct-16 14:51:44

It'll be fine, just bathe them as usual

acasualobserver Sun 09-Oct-16 15:20:13

Put one in and see how it goes.

deathandtaxes123 Sun 09-Oct-16 15:35:05

acasual gringrin

I've bleached the bath then rinsed and not given it another thought.

All still alive!

BennyTheBall Sun 09-Oct-16 15:36:38

Blimey - calm down. It will be fine to give them a bath.

Mypurplecaravan Sun 09-Oct-16 15:45:18

It's fine. Honestly. It is just bleach.

Rinse it with shower head so it is not neat and all the grime has gone.

One of the treatments for eczema is bleach baths literally dilute bleach in a bath. The amount you will have used on the grout will be fine. Just don't drink it

BusStopBetty Sun 09-Oct-16 15:45:27

They'll be nice and clean at least.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 09-Oct-16 15:46:45

It'll be like the swimming pool!

c3pu Sun 09-Oct-16 15:49:15

Dame was just about to say there's probably more bleach in the pool.

Failing that, bath the least favourite child first as a guinea pig? [Grin]

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