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October 10th, 2013, 09:02 PM
shen7 shen7 is offline
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We use 2 hanging wet bags that get rotated (wash them with the diapers inside-out). I had 2 Fuzzibunz ones for over 2 years that finally started delaminating so now I have 2 Wolbybugs ones. I also have a variety of smaller zipping bags for on the go or sending to preschool.

You really don't need all that. Any kitchen pail type thing will do. You don't even *need* a liner, but obviously you'll want to rinse it out or clean it pretty often. I have heard some people do this with no issue. You can also use a regular throwaway bag in there instead of a reusable one. Like anything else, the reusable kind costs more up front but will save you money in the long run.

People also use old plastic bags, bread or produce bags, etc to transport dirty diapers on the go. Slightly less secure but not necessarily a big deal. I keep a few stashed in my purse and the car just in case I'm caught without a real wet bag.
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