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if I put green food colouring....

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Hausfrau Wed 29-Jun-05 15:37:12

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motherinferior Wed 29-Jun-05 15:37:52

Can I ask...

WHY you want to take this strange course of action???

giraffeski Wed 29-Jun-05 15:38:26

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madmarchhare Wed 29-Jun-05 15:40:45

Yes, yes and yes - dont do it. That is unless you wants them to.

trefusis Wed 29-Jun-05 15:42:46

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SoupDragon Wed 29-Jun-05 15:45:46

a) no - you don't put enough in for that
b) no - might possiblylinger in and scratches depending what your balcony is made of but it won't stain permanently.
c) see (a) and (b)

I've done this with the old baby bath and nothing stained blue, not even my child.

Anything that holds water ot lets water trickle through is good. Different sizes of bottle etc.

SoupDragon Wed 29-Jun-05 15:53:46

DS2s nursery does this btw. Makes the water look more interesting.

Hausfrau Wed 29-Jun-05 16:02:26

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QueenOfQuotes Wed 29-Jun-05 16:05:25

they often put food colourings in the water at DS's nursery - different colours depending on what 'themese' they're having that day (not to mention cooked spaghetti and alsort of other 'gruesome' IMO stuff ).

DS ALWAYS plays with the water and as yet has never come home green, blue, orange, red or any other colour which the water has been.

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