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Why Use Pail Liner for Cloth Diapers?

Benefits of the Cloth Diaper Pail Liner

Cloth diapers, unlike the conventional, disposable diapers aren't just tossed out in the trash after being used. Until you have accumulated a day’s worth of cloth diapers to launder, they need a place to be stored. Most parents choose a diaper pail to store the soiled cloth diapers in until it is time to wash them.

A dry diaper pail doesn't need water; it is simply a pail with a lid that helps to contain the odor. To make removing the cloth diapers easier, and to significantly reduce odor, a diaper pail liner can be used. The liner fits inside the diaper pail and dirty cloth diapers are put into the liner instead of directly into the pail.

Cloth diapering essentials - pail liner

As much as we all love our new babies, no one enjoys the lasting odor that dirty diapers can fill our home with. A diaper pail liner will keep your diaper pail from being soiled and that will help minimize the odor and how often it needs to be changed. The reusable liner can be removed and carried to the washing machine instead of taking the entire pail.

Whether you use a plastic trash bag, a bag specifically designed for diaper pails, or a plastic shopping bag from a store, line your diaper pail and enjoy the benefits of easier storage, transport, and a lot less smell.

How do you prefer storing soiled cloth diapers?