Diapering_: Sterlite Diaper Pail

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, December 31, 2006 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Karen for this Frugal Baby Tip!

I use 2 Sterlite (like a Rubbermaid but fewer bumps to wash out) 15 or 18 gallon rectangular shaped, shallow plastic buckets. Cost about 4 buck each.
One for upstairs, one for downstairs.

When I pour the vinegar into the fabric softener dispenser, I pour about a tablespoon of vineger into each bin, wipe with a sponge and rinse (I am fortunate to have a big tub sink in my basement next to the washer. It was my big christmas present last year when I was pregnant).

No liner needed at all, and my buckets always smell clean. I gave up on the tall diaper pail. To hard to lug around and impossible to clean. This is SO much easier.



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