oakley sale 5 reasons I hate diaper pails

5 reasons I hate diaper pails EXCEPT this one

Just a few months ago, I wrote a post about seven baby items I never used. And guess what was on that list? A diaper pail. And yet here I am about to tell you about a diaper pail, one that I think you use and love. Go figure.

First, let talk about what it is that I don like about diape oakley sale r pails:

1. They LOOK like diaper pails. A big, ugly plastic trash receptacle in the corner of baby room. Talk about something with no life after baby done with diapers! I don exactly see myself moving the diaper pail into the kitchen or downstairs bathroom.

2. I hate the diaper Eventually, you have to pull that twisted, stinky, rotten sausage of smelly diapers out of the can and deposit it in the trash. Yuck.

3. I can afford to spen oakley sale d $5 on twenty specialized diaper pail They okay for newborn diapers. But when the diapers get bigger, those same expensive liners hold fewer and fewer diapers until it gets to the point where I feel like I using a new (expensive) bag every day.

5. They still kinda stink. Yes, they may hold the stink inside the diaper pail, but most diaper pails are made of plastic and just like a plastic garbage can, they absorb all those lovely diaper smells. So when I pop the thing open to change the bag, it a pretty overwhelmingly nasty experience.

BUT, there hope for those of us, like me that have a lot of reasons not to like a diaper pail.

Meet the Ubbi diaper pail. Here are five ways it beats all those diaper pail downers above:

1. It works with any size garbage bag. Right now, I using it with the same garbage bags I use in my kitchen. No special bags to buy? I love it.

2. It not plastic! The Ubbi diaper pail is made of powder coated steel. It easy to clean and the stink doesn stick to steel. And with rubber seals there are no leaks and no escaping odors.

3. It easy to load and easy to use. The bag is simple to attach to the can and the sliding lid (which includes a very smart lock to keep little ones out) makes disposing of dirty diapers a cinch.

4. It totally cute and comes in a whole rainbow of colors. B oakley sale ut personally, I love the grey which goes with everything. And it doesn scream, pail! This means, when we out of the diaper phase, there a pretty good chance I be moving this cute little Ubbi to my downstairs bath. (And don forget the adorable decals.)

5. It got eco friendly options. If you not crazy about the idea o oakley sale f plastic bags, you can purchase an eco friendly cloth liner that is machine washable, odor resistant and waterproof.

So if you like me and have shied away from diaper pails, then this simple, smart and sleek pail from Ubbi might be just the one to consider.

For more information on the Ubbi diaper pail, including where to purchase, check out the Ubbi website.

Disclaimer: I received an Ubbi diaper pail to check out for this review. My opinions expressed in this post are honest. Honest!When I’m not geeking out over baby gear, you can find me on my personal blog, MommyCoddle, talking about life with four girls in our fixer upper farmhouse in rural Maryland.

On baby 3 here and while this is cute, I have never seen the point of a diaper pail. It takes up more floor space you already have bassinets, swings, bouncy seats, boppy, etc. Our house is two stories with a finished basement, so everytime I want to change a newborn (read:every 15 minutes!) diaper I have to haul her way upstairs? No thanks. I do a diaper basket on every floor it cute, holds the essentials diapers, wipes, A changing pad. We toss all diapers in the kitchen trash, which gets taken out every single night. Our kitchen doesn stink and neither does the trash.

And that more floor space for other things

I had a diaper genie we used with our 1 and 2 year old kids. Because the refills are like $19.99 for 3, we throw pee diapers in the regular trash because they don stink, and poopy diapers go in the diaper genie. Refills last us a long time! As long as you twist the top after you put the diaper in it keeps the smell inside the bags. It does look like a diaper pail of course but I feel like it small and easily hidden. Plus is someone sees it who cares? They see everything else in my house that screams I have two young kids! comment >

Love my Diaper Genie Elite II yes, we have to buy the refills and it looks like what it is, but we live in Florida, where it is always HOT and trash begins to smell very, very quickly.

I don want to put diapers in the household garbage. Even if we emptied it every day (which would waste a lot of half full bags) we have to put the bags in the garbage can in the garage until garbage day which means our garage (and probably both cars we park in it) would soon REEK of dirty diapers. I take that momentary stink when you open the pail over an overwhelming stench of HOT diapers any day, regardless of cost!

I owned this pail for eight whole minutes and I already know I sending it back. Sure, it uses regular bags, but try figuring out how to install them. And while the hatch locks, the lid does not. And there a fancy little hook for little hands to grab and lift. And did I mention the lid is extremely heavy? So not only can little hands lift the lid, so can little fingers break when the lid is dropped. This product just surpassed Doctor Brown bottles as the worst purchase I ever made. I personally never read a product review that turned out to be so agregiously misleading.

I cloth diaper my daughter, and purchased the pail. Its cute and its long and narrow shape make the space it takes up fairly minimal. The pail is great I love the lock feature and it seems to be working out well. With my oldest daughter I just used a garbage pail with a plastice liner with a wet bag in it I was always unhappy with that solution, so I knew that with this round of cloth diapering I was going to have a better solution for keeping the stink at bay. The one thing that I not loving in the smell from the Ubbi diaper bag not a pee smell but a very strong plastic y smell. I have been earnestly been trying to let it live up to its expectations for four months to no avail. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!! The smell still does to it even after washing the inside and leaving it open outside for a day to air out. The smell is not contained by the trash can and permeates through the room. I have had to take it out of the nursery and put it in the hall because the odor fills the room when my daughter is sleeping or when the room is left empty for hours. (Note: this is only with one poopy diaper and two pee pee diapers in it)

Sure it looks pretty, but it is also incredibly difficult to change the bags, as there are plastic pieces on the rim that catch the regular garbage bags you are supposed to use for it, effectively ripping it open allow the odor and diapers to spill out of the incision. This occurs even when the bag has not been filled to its maximum potential. This may be remedied with the green cloth diaper liner available for purchase, but I doubt you could ever really wash it without spontaneously vomiting from the fumes that linger and exponentially increase when emptying it.

I not happy with the arm and hammer diaper pail because the latch broke after 9 months of use, but I would rather spend 30 dollars for another one of those again since they are much easier to empty and the smell is only bad when inserting a new diaper.

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