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Wet toilet floor

Wee sis

Registered User
Sep 18, 2017
7
Has anyone found an effective disposable pedestal mat? I’m constantly washing and drying our toilet floor as my husband can’t aim. I’ve tried a coloured light which helped briefly but as he also has Parkinson’s his aim is rubbish. He refuses to sit down and denies that he made the mess. Help!!!
 

Bunpoots

Volunteer Host
Apr 1, 2016
4,762
Nottinghamshire
I wish! My dad does the same and of course it isn't him either! I just use washable ones. I've tried cutting a pet pad to fit but dad just moves them. Maybe you'll have more luck.
 

Amy in the US

Registered User
Feb 28, 2015
4,617
USA
I've also read about people cutting pet pads to for (and maybe taping them down) but haven't done this myself. I hope others with more expertise will be along to offer suggestions.
 

Amethyst59

Registered User
Jul 3, 2017
5,749
Kent
Same problem here...but I don’t use a pedestal mat at all. Just frequently clean the floor with anti bac.
 

pinkwizard1

Registered User
Oct 9, 2017
40
Fortunately we have wooden floors and no mats as it's a fall hazard. Kitchen roll and anti bacterial does it for me