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My normal wetbags are just a couple of grey Coleman camping nylon laundry bags. We are going on an extended trip [well a bit over a week, that's fairly extended for us] to see family this summer out in the boonies [hi NW arkansas mamas!] and want to take a very waterproof wetbag. I also need it to be fairly large without breaking the bank too much.<br><br>
Hit me with suggestions!
 

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I've been stewing on this a while myself. I use one of those stuff sacks at home, too, but we're leaving on a week-long camping trip in 8 days and I don't know what to do. We'll be in VERY tight quarters, so both wetness & odor control are important. I'm seriously considering a very non-crunchy option: a big ol' trash bag. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/orngbiggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="orange big grin"><br><br>
I'm curious about what others have used. Have fun on your trip!
 

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I think that the Happy Tushies wet bags are great! They are very smell-tight and water-tight, and there is a pretty big one.<br><br>
Sarah
 

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I'd try a zipper wet bag from either Happy Tushies or Wahmies.
 

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We use trash bags or reuse large plastic shopping bags. We camp a lot in the summer, and that's what has worked the best for us.
 

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Happy Tushies makes really cute ones. They have many fabrics from which you can chose, mostly Michael ****** type deisgns. Adorable stuff! And they definately work well.
 
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