If you cloth diaper at all, or if you’re looking into it, you’re going to want a wet bag. A lot of people go with the traditional pail liner, which is all well and good if you have room for a diaper pail. But since we’re somewhat limited on space, I prefer this hanging wet bag from Five Two Nine Baby.
Why do I think this bag is so awesome?
1. It saves space. I love that I can hang this bag on the doorknob and it only takes up as much space as the diapers that are in it, unlike a diaper pail that takes up the same amount of space whether there is anything in it or not! 2. When it is zipped up, you can’t smell anything! That’s one mark of a great wet bag if you ask me!
3. It’s reusable and washable. Just throw it in with your diapers!
4. It’s made by work-at-home mom here in the US! And you know how I love to support small businesses–especially mom-owned ones!
All wet bags from 529 Baby are Waterproof and made of 2 MIL white PUL liner. Large wet bags come with 3 handle options: side snap, top center or towel bar. I selected the top center handle.
I have about a dozen diapers and they all fit in the large bag with no problem. In fact, I probably could have fit in a few more. They hold 15-18. Medium bags hold 6-8 diapers and small bags 2-3 (just a quick trip out!)
Besides the diaper wet bags there are diaper pail liners, kitchen wet bags, mama wet bags and toddler bibs.
The prints come in limited quantities, so if you fall in love with a pattern–beware it might not be there later. Don’t worry though, there are a lot of beautiful patterns. In fact, I had a hard time choosing myself!
Five Two Nine Baby got its name because the business started as a way for the owner to contribute to 529 college savings accounts for her children. She has sold her products on ebay and Babycenter as well as the Five Two Nine Baby website. And Five Two Nine Baby is now on facebook!
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