I have been using cloth for just over a year on my 2 yearold. I had not invested in a pail liner I didn't really think I needed one... I was wrong, I had to clean out my pail every time I washed diapers, that gets old, and I used bleach and was always afraid I wouldn't get it all rinse ouand it would hurt our covers. This has saved us so much hassle!!! Its been a blessing. I even put one in my towel hamper. I love them!!!
Reviewed by: Amanda Aspy from monroeville, Indiana.
Works Great, Arrived Dirty
These are great diaper pail liners! They fit perfectly in my Simple Human SlimLine trash can and most importantly, they work well. The color Seaspray is more of a baby blue than the teal color I was expecting.
My only complaint is that the liners arrived dirty, with black/browns spots all over the liners. Looks as though they were stored on a shelf for some time and acquired a lot of dirt/dust on them. Not a dealbreaker, they are going to be holding dirty diapers afterall! However if I had purchased this as a baby shower gift, it would have been embarassing to present someone a dirty gift!
Reviewed by: Nina from Vermont.
I like this liner. I quit using large wet bags and started using this in a pail. I am so glad I decided to do that! I believe this will last longer than the wet bags made by the same company. Once we are done cloth diapering I will be able to use it for our recycle bin too. My only complaint is that I wish it was a tad bit longer. Other than that this is great!
Reviewed by: Melissa from Biloxi, MS.
I ordered this liner in the print "Foxy Frolic," and it is adorable. It fits in my 10 gallon trash pail that I use for dirty diapers and wipes. I like that the top stretches easily over the rim of the pail; I don't have to tug at it. It's probably been washed and dried 10 times since I received it, and it cleans up nicely. I haven't noticed any leaks; seems like a tight seam!
Reviewed by: Mama from Indiana.
I have purchased 2 of these bags and they are excellent quality. I really like these because they don't wick moisture into the pail and you can just throw them in to wash with your diapers. You can read other reviews and info on cloth diapering and other topics on my blog at www.newtomotherhood.com
Reviewed by: Amanda W. from Arlington, TX.