When you think of “diaper pail”, what words come to mind? Yucky. Stinky. Gross. That’s what I remember thinking of diaper pails. With the twins, I had a diaper pail upstairs in their room and one downstairs in the closet.
I spent a ton of money on the liners that you had to go inside of them because I emptied them everyday trying to keep them from smelling. I recently heard of Ubbi, and now I wish I had known about these diaper pails long ago.
Think about it: we put diapers in plastic containers that absorb, rather than contain all of those nasty diaper smells.Â Ubbi doesn’t do that. Unlike other diaper pails, this one is made of powder-coated steel and has rubber seals to keep those yucky smells in the can instead of spreading it around the room.
It has a sliding door on top that you open to put the diapers in. Close it and you’ll never know there’s a diaper pail in the room. And the coolest feature of all? It has a childproof lock that keeps the kids out of it.
The Ubbi diaper pail was made to be used with either cloth or disposable diapers. For cloth diapers, just pop in a reusable, machine-washable, odor-resistant, and waterproof liner. For disposable ones, you can use any standard kitchen garbage bag…no special bags required!
Now the pail isn’t cheap – it’s $79.99 – but I think it’s one of those things I’d be willing to spend the money on, especially since you don’t have to continuously buy special bags for it.
What do you think? Is an Ubbi diaper pail worth it or not?
Photo Source:Â Ubbi