- Made from 2 layers coated textiles to provide total waterproof protection
- Designed to fit a standard 52 quart garbage pail available at your local department store
- Easy to clean; simply toss the liner in your washer with your diapers
- Drawstring closure
- Handy storage for up to 36 cloth diapers
Great pail liner, holds up well
I am very happy with this pail liner. I wash it right along with my diapers and hang it up to dry. I have 2, so that I can have a fresh one in the pail while I am doing laundry, I would recommend that. I wash every other day, and the bag still isn’t even full…it could easily hold 3 days worth of diapers. The drawstring is kind of tough to tighten, but i just leave the bag open all the time, so it doesn’t matter.For non-diaper uses, I found that it is convenient to bring this along when I travel. Then I just toss the dirty laundry in it so that when I get home I can just empty it all into the wash.
Excellent wet bag!
I paired this product with all my other Thirsties products and it is great! Don’t forget to buy two so you have one when you are washing the 1st one! I also purchased two small “travel” bags as well. I have never had any moisture or even smells come from this bag. It is excellent!!!
sturdy bag with good tie down
Good item to place in 11-13 gallon trash with spin lid.Stays sturdy after hot water wash and gentle dry with cloth diapers and cloth wipes.
Exactly what I needed
I needed a nice wetbag for all my cloth diapers. This one holds multiple days worth of diapers so that I am able to do laundry every other day.
perfect for cloth diapers
I use this in a normal size kitchen trash can next to my changing table. I simple throw the dirty diapers in and when it is laundry time I dump the diapers and this liner into the washing machine. It cleans up nicely and keeps my diaper pail clean. Very simple and easy to use.
good cloth diaper bag
I am a new mom and use cloth diapers. I currently do not have a diaper pail and hang this off the side of the changing table, cinching it closed. It seems to do a good job at keeping the odors at bay provided I remember to close the bag. I wash diapers every two days. It holds a lot of diapers and wet wipes (I make my own wipe solution and use re-useable wipes). I haven’t had any issues with leaks, and it goes right in the washer when I clean diapers. I turn it inside out before washing it so that anything that’s stuck on the inside will come out. Washes and dries no problem.–update 10/2012–We now have a simplehuman slim plastic step can as a diaper pail – which I highly recommend for cloth diapering. It even has a locking lid, which is great for preventing toddlers’ curious hands from getting into the dirty diapers. Now that I have a pail, I wish I had bought a liner with an elastic top, it would have made my life a lot easier. It’s not impossible to use, but it does take a few seconds longer to align the bag in the pail for a proper fit. On the plus side, this pail liner has been washed and dried with our cloth diapers every other day for one year and shows no signs of wear. It is very durable and if I needed a portable diaper bag to take on vacation, this would work because of the drawstring top. Consider your use before you buy – and I would recommend getting two. It saves your sanity to have a clean one ready to load into the pail while the other is in the wash.