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Tell me about wetbags

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jobeama
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Re: Tell me about wetbags

Postby jobeama » Wed Mar 16, 2011 9:32 pm

I've got a swaddlebees bag instead of a bin, also a wonderoos one as I like to separate my wraps from inserts for washing. The swadlebees would be big enough for twins no prob, it holds more than a full load for my machine & theres one for sale for £5 on mamigreen.co.uk at the mo in the bargains section. The wonderoo is still pretty large but not as big & the cord gets stuck on the PUL so not as good IMO.
I also think putting a kitchen towel with a drop or 2 of tea tree will help contain smells & is antibacterial too :D
hope that helps :hug:

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sweetiepups
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Re: Tell me about wetbags

Postby sweetiepups » Thu Mar 17, 2011 10:10 am

i can highly recommend xtra large Monkey foot wetbags - they are so brilliant.

I tried some cheaper alternatives but its so much better with a huge wetbag IMO.

well worth the money

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lazylexis
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Re: Tell me about wetbags

Postby lazylexis » Thu Mar 17, 2011 1:05 pm

we use the swaddlebees wet bag when we stay at my parents. It holds loads of nappies, easily a weeks worth of larges for 1 baby. It's not as good with reducing the smells as a bucket tho but you could put something in the bag with some drops of essential oil on which would lessen the smell. We have a large lidded bin at home and it gets washed/hosed out in the bath once a week.

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