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    Default Cloth nappy bag. Wet bag.

    Hi all. I'm just starting out cloth nappys. For those of u that already do it. Do u use a large wet bag to store them in? Or a specialised tub. Or just a cheapo bin or something? What works the best, smell and all in your opinion? And what's a good double pocket wet bag for going out and about with cloth nappies?

    Thankyou. I'd love some help. Just a bit lost.

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    Best for at home would be a nappy pail/bucket. It's just a large bucket with a lid. I think mine was under $20 from kmart but you could also get them at target, big w or baby stores. I usually wash as soon as the pail is full or every second day. You can rinse out in between with a little essential oil and water or something similar to keep smells at bay. As long as the lid is kept on it shouldn't smell even with nappies in there.

    For going out I take a wet bag, I have a few different sizes depending on how long I will be out. I like the baby beehinds wet bags, they are well made and the zips are good. But I'm sure any brand would do the job!

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    I just have a wet bag for out and for home (we have one by the change table and one in the bathroom for before bath nappies). We have the bags from bambooties - also our fave brand of nappy so far

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    I use a nappy pail at home and haven't had any problems with smells at all. I think it came from babies r us. I mostly use disposables when out but I use a peapods wet bag for the nappy dd leaves the house in.

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    Yeah as above I use a nappy pail, I put a few drops of tea tree oil on a cloth and leave it in there- the smell never gets out it just helps with the smell when you open it lol
    I did buy wet bags but I've never used them. I usually use disposables if out for a long time or if caught out will chuck the dirty nappy in a plastic bag.


 

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