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<div>Originally Posted by <strong>ssharon</strong> <a href="/community/forum/post/10719587"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/community/img/forum/go_quote.gif" style="border:0px solid;"></a></div>
<div style="font-style:italic;">Any ideas for a cheap wet bag instead of buying one??</div>
You can always use a grocery bag but it doesn't hold in the smell as good. A inexpensive wet bag is the small one from Natural Babies.<br>
I actually need a large wet bag (sorry--I should have explained better) to put in my diaper pail. I don't want to spend much for one if I can find something more expensive and I would prefer it to be reusable.
My experinece has been this; I avoided buying a diaper pail liner for the longest time. (it cost about 20 bucks. I opted for trash bags. No good. I then tried vinly laundry bags (from the dollar store) I could use these like 5 times before they would break on me.<br><br>
I finally broke down and bought the diaper pail liner from the fuzzi bunz store online and it has been a good investment. I only wish I had done this sooner.<br><br>
Oh I went through about 5 or 6 lundry bags and countless trash bags before I bit the bullet and bought a nicer one. So I don't know if I saved money.
Buy a big wool sweater from the thrift store, wash it on hot and throw it in the dryer so it's felted, then turn it into a bag by sewing a seam just below the armpits. You can weave a ribbon through one end to make a drawstring and then lanolize it. Works well and is dirt-cheap.
I use nylon laundry bags from the dollar store to line my diaper pail. A very small amount of wetness does leak through if a diaper is soaked, but it hasn't been a problem. I toss them in the wash with the dipes.