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Where can I get a splat mat for under the high chair?

(18 Posts)
weightwatchingwaterwitch Tue 25-Jan-05 18:09:21

Have found one but it's £25 which I think is a bit steep for a splat mat. Any suggestions? Online ideally. Or I could improvise but with what? Brian v tired today. TIA.

lunavix Tue 25-Jan-05 18:09:59

Toys r us have a nice winnie the pooh one thats nowhere near that price

Lonelymum Tue 25-Jan-05 18:10:00

I could flog you one if you like. Say £3 plus p&p?

Lonelymum Tue 25-Jan-05 18:10:15

PS Who is Brian?!

bundle Tue 25-Jan-05 18:11:13

what about some vinyl-coated cotton, like the stuff you use as a tablecloth? I think it's still about a tenner for a metre though..

weightwatchingwaterwitch Tue 25-Jan-05 18:12:35

Sorry lonelymum, all about Brian here it's not that interesting though! Would love to buy one, what's it like lonelymum? Shall I CAT you and then I can send you a cheque and you can send me the mat. Fab!

starlover Tue 25-Jan-05 18:12:44

how about this one?

splash mat

Twiglett Tue 25-Jan-05 18:13:58

plastic dust sheets from DIY stores in packs .. disposable

that's what ya want

Lonelymum Tue 25-Jan-05 19:00:03

Oh no WWWW. DH has just come home and informed me that the mat I am trying to flog has a rip in it. Sorry.

weightwatchingwaterwitch Tue 25-Jan-05 19:00:56

That's ok lonelymum, ah Twig, now that sounds like the thing. Disposable, I like the sound of that!

BadHair Tue 25-Jan-05 19:02:22

Cheapy showercurtain? Mucho less than £25.

Lonelymum Tue 25-Jan-05 19:03:31

I have to say, I only used my splat mat for ds1. It is a pain having to clean it all the time. A nice lino floor is much simpler!

mishi1977 Tue 25-Jan-05 19:06:25

hi
in boots can get winnie the pooh for about £7..it is really nice mat..but sometimes on mother n baby mags and like ones you get a free one as i keep that one for painintng etc.

colditzmum Tue 25-Jan-05 19:08:37

Old sheet. when it gets too grebby to bear, stick itin the washing machine.

006 Tue 25-Jan-05 19:40:58

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

oooggs Tue 15-Feb-05 08:42:46

There is a 'splash mat' free in this months Practical Parenting - the one in the shops now. Also a free bib and cd.

If anyone is interested.

Newbarnsleygirl Tue 15-Feb-05 08:43:56

Mothercare £7

teabelly Wed 16-Feb-05 14:48:56

we just use the plastic wipeable table cloths you get for parties, etc. ...you just cut them in half and use til can't be a*sed to clean it again, then bin and use another one/other half...@ £1-£2 from woolies/poundstretcher/wilkinsons...

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