Snap closing strap (included but not attached)
Thirsties Diaper Pail Liner. Sewn in elastic at opening. Fully taped at seams. This prevents wicking at seams. If you dunk or spray off your diapers and don't do a good job wringing them out so they are still dripping wet before dropping them into your pail, such that you pail is quite wet inside, then this is the right pail liner to choose. It really does a better job than other brands in too-wet situations because it has fully taped seams. The Thirsties Wet Bags are also seam-sealed in the same manner. But even so, it is not intended for soaking diapers. No pail liner should be used for that! Please wring the diapers out well anyhow, because it will be quite heavy if you don't do that, so I still encourage wringing them well after dunking or spraying. Fits most tall kitchen garbage cans up to 54 quarts. Height 30", width 29". 100% polyester with TPU laminate. FREE of VOCs, PVC, phthalates, lead, and latex. Made in the USA.
Pail liner only. Diaper pail is NOT included but is pictured so you can see how it is used.
Moving the diapers to the washing machine is easier with a liner. Our liners are good, durable liners that are made to be washed with the diapers. Dry for a short time in the dryer or hang to dry for longest life. They do dry quickly. It's extra nice to have two pail liners, so you can put a fresh one in the pail right away on wash day. The purpose of the liner is to make it easier to transport the diapers to the washing machine and for keeping poop streaks off the inside of the diaper pail. For deep water soaking, do not use a pail liner. We don't recommend deep water soaking because that is a drowning risk. If you want to soak, that's fine but do it in your washing machine safely away from baby and children. Using a pail liner really decreases or eliminates the need to scrub out the inside of the pail. I never scrub out my pail, but I do put it in the sun to deodorize it occasionally. I think it is a good idea to put the pail in outside in the sun once in a while if you can because UV rays really do freshen up the pail itself without any scrubbing at all.
Looking for a diaper pail? We don't sell them because any garbage pail without a lid or with a lid that is not airtight works well. Yes, I do mean NOT airtight. Airtight diaper storage is bad. The pail does need some air circulation.
I bought two of these as I do laundry every day to every 2 days. These are easy to use with the 13 gallon trash bin and wash easily. I air dry it and appreciate the extra nylon strap to wrap around the liner in case the smell gets too strong.
Does the job well, keeps wetness in, and I like that if we are traveling, I can use the strap to close the top.
Nice and strong, high quality. We wash it regularly with the diapers(usually we don't put it in the dryer) and it hasn't shown signs of wear after several months.
I bought this to go in our recycle bin in the kitchen. It works perfectly. It keeps the bin clean and I simply wash it once a week. I really like the thickness of this pail liner (compared to another brand that I’ve tried). It seems really durable (I’ve only had it for a month). I also like the navy color. It dresses up with recycling bin a bit. It is also HUGE. It would certainly fit in a larger bin than I’m currently using. Overall, I am pleased with the purchase and am considering buying a couple of the mini version to use in our smaller bathroom trash cans (to cut down on plastic bags). I do cloth diaper but prefer a hanging wet bag for diapers but if I used a pail, I would definitely use these pail liners.
I came back to purchase two more of these. I have one that I've had for several years now and it has held up really well, while some others I have have fallen apart. So I've chosen to purchase more Thirsties pail liners. They're nice and big (although we use them in really small pails, they would fit a bigger one), and I like that there is a strap to close it off with until you're ready to wash.