Post # 1
So If I get a few large wet bags, does that keep the smells insulated enough? I plan on washing diapers every 2 days.
Can I leave it at that, or do I need to keep the wet bags inside a diaper pail to help with smells?
Post # 3
Lots of people just hang a large wet bag off a door handle or hook for dirty diaper storage. Putting it in a pail is mostly for convenience. I love having a pail and not having to zip and unzip every time I change a diaper.
Post # 4
@LincsMama: Good to know, thanks!
Post # 5
I’m planning on just hanging a wet bag instead of having a pail. I’m not due until March, so I have t done it yet, but I know a lot of people who just use a wet bag and have no issues with smell.
Post # 6
@Evie19: I have two large wetbags (for the nursery) and two small wetbags (for the bathroom – that way I don’t have to carry the soaking wet, sprayed poopy diapers into the nursery) that just hang on doorknobs. I have two of each so that while one is in the wash, the other is up and in use. I have had NO issues with stink or leaking!
Post # 7
Great to know ladies. I will cross diaper pail off of my huge list of things I need to buy!
Post # 8
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I just have a Bummis large wet bag for my diapers.
Post # 9
@Evie19: I’m embarrassed to say that I don’t remember if we had a diaper pail or not! We did cloth diapers for 3 years (and then disposable from age 3-4 because we were unable to find a combination of diapers and covers that could contain the huge amounts of pee, LOL) and I know we had wet bags but I don’t remember a diaper pail. I loved cloth diapers.
Post # 10
I worked in infant care, and there were definitely parents who just used wet bags for their cloth diapers!
They didn’t smell any worse than the garbage cans!