Diaper Washing_: Wet Diaper Pail

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Thursday, August 21, 2008 | 0 comments
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frugal diaper pail, picture by ataylor1215Thanks to Julie for this Frugal Baby Tip!

You don't need to use a wet pail. I dunk my poopie diapers and toss them in a separate, smaller pail. But I still don't add water to it. It is a drowning hazard, not to mention stinks up the house. You will get great results using a dry pail and just letting the washing machine do the rest!

I just use a regular kitchen garbage can with a tight fitting lid, and a laundry bag from Target inside. I wash every 2 days, and have no odor problem at all.

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