Yup, just overwhelmed at what the heck kind of tarp to use under a la bassine. I don't want a stinky one. But maybe they all have a smell. I also don't know what size.
What kind of surface are you protecting? Carpet/ Wood? Does it need to be truly waterproof or do you want it just to be around to resist water?
Carson, living life with my 3 boys: DH, DS Dec '09 and newbie DS Sept'12
always two in my
I got a disposable painters tarp from Home Depot/Lowes and then put an old blanket on top of it. Worked great, no smell, and CHEAP :)
Really, you're not going to be getting any more water on the floor than you would getting in and out of the bath tub - unless the tub springs a leak, in which case you're kind of screwed anyway. I had to stop pushing for 40 minutes or so while I was in the tub so I was doing my fair share of flaring my arms and hopping around to try and cope with it, and our floors were totally fine.
Mumma to DS July 2010 and expecting another baby boy late July 2012
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