GroVia Pail Liner – Vanilla

GroVia Pail Liner – Vanilla

Washable pail liners are a necessity when cloth diapering! Packs up small and is easy to use with cord and gusset. The polyester cord allows for easy use with your current diaper pail, keeping the bag from slipping off and when it comes time for laundry it turns into a perfect tote bag

Main features

  • Washable pail liners are a necessity when cloth diapering
  • Water resistant and colorful, they close with a drawstring and toggle
  • Used as a pail liner, tote bag or laundry bag
  • Packs up small and is easy to use with elastic cord and gusset
  • Dimensions 25″ x 27″

Verified reviews

★★★★★

Great product!

My baby is due to arrive any day, but I have to imagine this thing is going to be my best friend. We got a diaper pail to put this in, and I love that it’s water proof so that I can carry it to the laundry room without worrying about it dripping (we’re doing cloth diapers).

Colette Pasco, WA
★★★★★

Used to be Favorite Liner

I bought these pail liners to use withDiaper Dekor Plus Diaper Disposal Systemat my son’s daycare. I love that at the end of the day I can just cinch it up and take it home. I haven’t noticed any smell when I take them home either. I also have thePlanet Wise Diaper Pail Liner (Avocado)for our diaper pail at home (a 13 gallon step trash can from Walmart). I have come to prefer the Grovia pail liners because they do not hold water in the washing machine like the Planet Wise pail liners and they dry faster. I have been using the Grovia pail liners for about a month now, washing 3 of them about twice a week each and they have not come apart like one of the other reviews had mentioned.UPDATE 12/13/13: While I still like these liners the one complaint that I have is that the drawstring can no longer be easily pulled (if at all) to open and close the liner. I’m thinking the inside where the drawstring is should have been lined with something other than the waterproof inside that inside of the bag is made out of. Dropping review from 5 stars to 3 stars due to this.

Marsha Flandreau, SD
★★★★★

Perfect

Perfect size for a diaper pail, perfectly water proof, washes/dries well, and the drawstring cord is nice. Well constructed, gets the dirty job done.

Joanna Earle, AR
★★★★★

Long lasting.

We have been CDing our baby since he was born, and we bought four bags for two pails so we always have pails ready for diaper changes. We use a dry pail method, have been using these non stop for 18 months and we do not have any leak problems… The only improvement I would like to see is a better closure system. The cord started to not flow well soon after we bought these, making the liners hard to close when you are dragging them to the laundry room. However, the PUL cover works wonderfully, and if Gro-Via would make zippered bags, these would be perfect. The colors are wonderful too!I am now expecting baby #2 and I have complete confidence that these liners will last us two more years for sure!

Cleo Friendswood, TX
★★★★★

Great Dry Bag

We’ve had this for well over a year of daily use while cloth diapering our twins. I use this and one other dry bag that fit into a trash can to hold dirty diapers. Super easy since we keep it by the washer and just flip the diapers into the washer and throw this bag in inside out. We do have to flip it back inside out after the wash for the 2nd round of washing but then I hang it dry inside out and it is ready for use again. Very happy and I’d actually like to get another one!

Marva Genesee Depot, WI
★★★★★

Low quality

I really like GroVia diapers, but this pail liner did not hold up well. Within the first two washes, the metal thing that held the drawstring on came off. It’s also hard to open and close. I much prefer the Planet Wise brand pail liners.

Amy Poland, IN
★★★★★

Love this bag, but the draw string is annoying

We’ve got two wetbags–one Planetwise and this one. The thing I like about this one is the same thing that I hate about it–the drawstring! The drawstring is obnoxious in the washing machine; it gets tangled in everything no matter how I tie it up. I’m going to have to get a giant mesh laundry bag to put this into, ’cause I can’t think of any other way to avoid this. However, unlike my planetwise bag that has an elastic top, the drawstring on this is nice for travelling. If baby and I are going in the car for many hours, it’s nice to be able to close up the top of this. though, a zipper would serve this purpose and not get tangled in the wash.

Lessie Ora, IN