Diapering_: Diaper Pail

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, August 19, 2006 | 0 comments
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Thanks to J.S. Klein for this Frugal Baby Tip!

When we made the switch to cloth a couple of months back, I wanted to get a new pail (because we still use disposables at night for now). Apparently the Diaper Champ IS usable for cloth (or so it says on the box anyway). I didn't buy it because it was $40 and I was able to buy an old-fashioned plastic diaper pail for $5 at a dept. store - it's worked just fine. I think any pail with a lid would work fine - I have a friend who uses a Milkbone pail!

I don't line the pail - I just throw the diapers straight in the pail. If it's a bit stinky, I just wash it with hot water and dish soap while I'm doing a load of diapers
(it's small enough that it fits in
the laundry tub).
It doesn't get gross at all - just a little stinky on occasion.



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