The Terrifying Truth Behind Black Streaks on Baby Changing Tables

We've all been there, you need to change your baby and you find that bathroom, and after pulling down the changing table, you see weird streaks that you assume are scuff marks and just ignore them...

Jessica Wayman, 24, who is from Indiana, took to social media to share a seemingly innocent picture showing the children's changing area.

The table has what appears to be everyday scuff marks on its surface, but Wayman won't let people ignore them any longer

The mother, who revealed on Facebook that she is also a recovering addict, hopes to warn parents around the world about the possible dangers of not cleaning the area properly before using.

'Before putting your babies anywhere near these things, always wipe them down first. Even if you are in a hurry, even if you have a blanket to lay down,'

'See the black marks? Those are from burnt spoons. (Drug) addicts use these as tables while they shoot up.

'There could be residue from heroin or meth whatever, and other harmful bodily fluids. If someone doesn't care about themselves, I can promise you, they aren't thinking about your kids. Be cautious.

'All it would take is flakes getting stuck to a blanket, and the baby later putting the blanket in their mouth. Especially with all the fentanyl out there right now, it takes a tiny amount to kill a full grown adult, it would take even less to kill a tiny baby.'

'Yes this is very real,'

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