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Hi we use a ground sheet purchased from a camping shop. I think there is a product which soaks up the liquid, but does not rot etc.

Think it might be called something like perma mat, although I may have got that wrong. :)

 

Okay it's called Perma Fresh Mat, might be worth a look.:)

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a mop ... we had a hard floor and over years I tried many solutions.. most became a trip hazard, took ages to dry and were a real pain -

so I decided to try without anything..

Just a microfibre mop with a handle that could be extended or made small.. think it was a vileda one but the important thing was the handle could be made to a length suitable for a child ..result was a dryer floor as less got dropped on it, because there was nothing to catch it.. . and children used the mop to dry the floor when they needed.. it was surprising how little water did get dropped or spread..

I always wanted one of those beware wet floor signs to put out near the water tray but never found one - thought it ould be good for them to learn and recognise the hazard warning sign.

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Hi we are in a hall that has carpet which they are very protective over..we therefore have 3 lots of lino which we roll out each day that goes under the messy play, painting table and sand and water tray. Is heavy enough to lie flat, easy to clean and actually as it is a light beige colour makes the room lighter!

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Hi we are in a hall that has carpet which they are very protective over..we therefore have 3 lots of lino which we roll out each day that goes under the messy play, painting table and sand and water tray. Is heavy enough to lie flat, easy to clean and actually as it is a light beige colour makes the room lighter!

Like that idea - lino why didn't we think of that before! :1b I take it that it's quite light weight too?

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Like that idea - lino why didn't we think of that before! :1b I take it that it's quite light weight too?

Hi..its not too bad (I'm the one that gets it out and puts it away)...saves time on having to scrape the playdough out of the carpet ;)

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