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replacement mats for change bags
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Sersi · 14/12/2009 22:06

Hi all,

I have this Babybjorn change bag
www.ciao.co.uk/Baby_Bjorn_Changing_Bag__5112647, which was bought for me 7 years ago for DC1.
Am about to have DC3 after a bit of a baby break and have dug the bag out of the loft - all fine but the change mat could do with replacing. It just folds up and fits neatly into one of the pockets. How do I replace this - can find all sorts of fancy change mats but they won't fit - any ideas anyone?

thanks

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KitKatQueensSpeech · 15/12/2009 00:03

Ebay,

Recover it?

Buy a cheap one from mothercare and fold it so that it fits?

Make one??

Looking at the picture on the link it doesn't look like that huge a problem to me, but then I'm the mum that stashes a spare nappy under the cover of the car seat for emergencies and a packet of wipes in her back pocket before going out.

Travel light I say...

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PinkyMinxyPie · 15/12/2009 00:17

I find large prefold nappies very good- I tend to back them in a nice fabric but it's not necessary. Very washable and cheap.

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KitKatQueensSpeech · 15/12/2009 00:28

ahhh you see I like mine to be wipeable, I remember going out for the day with a terry square to use as a change mat and dd pooed on it at the 1st change, I stoically folded the poo smear onto the inside for the next change and she wee'd all over it.

For the rest of the day I looked uber trendy changing my dd on a carrier bag Oh well at least it was biodegradable......

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PinkyMinxyPie · 15/12/2009 08:28

Ah ok. I think mothercare do a small folding wipeable mat here this washes in the machine too.

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Sersi · 15/12/2009 12:12

Ta ladies. I quite like wipeable too.
kitKat - you're obviously far more practical than me - wouldn't know where to start trying to cover it - struggle with sewing on buttons to be honest.

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jeee · 15/12/2009 12:13

Poundland sells them.

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onadietcokebreak · 15/12/2009 20:28

Agree with poundland or market. You can pick them up quick easily and not spends too much

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