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!!!!  ;D  this is a bit of a mad question  ;D

When I'm not using washables, which TBH is more often than I would wish, as I can't seem to find any that don't leak, so when out and about  -I'm using Nature disposables.  As far as I can see they're made of cornstarch and pulp - so it occurred to me that I could compost them.

I have a wormery - and could really do with some drier matter for it, I thought my pads might be ideal!  does anyone know if my worms might not like them?  do you think they might not like the milk?

Claire x
 

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Anyone??????:-\
 

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I dont know what the answer is... but I was drawn like a moth to a light bulb by your post title!!
Could you stick one in and see what happens?

Do you know that piddling in your compost heap helps make good compost? Its true! I heard it on Gardeners World on Radio 4.

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~Yes I knew about piddle and compost  ;D

Well I've put them in and we'll see what the worms make of them  ;D

Claire x
 
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