WA police have expressed their disgust at finding dangerous chemicals and drug laboratories in children's bedrooms during state-wide raids.
Over the last few days police say they have uncovered six labs in houses in Perth, Port Hedland and in bushland near Perth's Canning Dam.
In two cases police say they found that children had been sleeping in rooms alongside drug laboratories.
Most were producing or about to produce amphetamines and one was making heroin.
Detective Inspector Alan Morton says in one house dangerous chemicals were being stored above a baby's cot.
"It's absolutely disgusting," he said.
"It just shows how people can be affected and their regard for others is totally out the window."
WA police have discovered 63 drug labs so far this year.