Previously both of these topics have been listed with few replies. So I am asking again...(1) does anyone have any experience with changing from chloraprep to chlorascrub, particularly in peds? Our facility has decided to change and the Peds VAT is concerned about skin irritation issues. (2) If you are using chlorascrub: have you found a way to drop it on your sterile field if you need an additional chlorascrub? We have been told that because it comes out of the package "wet" it is not to be dropped on a sterile field (could it not be dropped into an empty space in the plastic tray the PICC catheter comes in? Do you have an assistant open the package and you pull it out?) (3) Is anyone willing to report their experience in using chloraprep in infants under 2 months? This has been asked previously also, but although I hear often that many are using this, few will report it. Are there any new recommendations from the manufacturer for this age population?