Diaper Pails

Everyone thinks newborn babies smell sweet. However, I don't think anyone would argue that the diapers smell like - well, you know what they smell like. The odor from the nursery used to be unbearable. We first tried masking it with deodorants but now have new diaper pail technologies to help rid the nursery of the telltale odor without masking it.

There are also different types of diaper pails. This includes special diaper pails or liners that are used specifically for cloth diapers. This will make a difference if the majority of your diapers are cloth.


The Diaper Genie is well known in the diaper pail world. It's made several improvements from it's first edition, most notably, the wide opening now available. This allows you to easily place the diaper in the pail. The unique feature of this diaper pail is that it individually wraps each diaper as you place it in the pail, thus removing the odor from the nursery. Bags are still a pain to change.


This diaper pail is designed exclusively for cloth diapers. You simply use a liner bag to hold the cloth diapers until it's wash day or for the diaper service. Bags are reusable and go straight to the washing machine to cut down on the handling of dirty diapers by dumping the diapers into the washer or unzipping the bottom. It can hang over a door handle or a hook.  Comes in multiple colors.


The Munchkin Arm & Hammer Diaper Pail at first glance may look like many of the other diaper pails on the market, but this diaper pail has much more going for it, making it a stand out diaper pail in the category. 


This diaper pail has one of the largest capacities, meaning less diaper pail changes. It offers a triple seal solution to the nursery odor problem, and a hands-free system. When you've outgrown the diaper stage use this diaper pail as an attractive waste bin.


This flip-handle diaper pail, uses standard trash bags and offers an odorless nursery. It also is capable of holding cloth diapers as well as disposable diapers.


This is a diaper pail liner, you can use it in a regular garbage can or a plastic container of that shape or size. It is used to store cloth diapers until you are ready to wash them. When you're ready, simply lift this up and empty the diapers into the washer - throw the liner in right behind it. This is engineered to resist stains and odors. It is also green because you reuse it.


This steel garbage can comes in multiple colors to match any nursery decor. It is actually made of coated steel to help seal in any odors. There isn't a special bag required, so you can use regular bags. The covered rim also helps prevent those awful slippage accidents where you're fishing for a diaper pail liner. And there is also a child safety lock to help you keep your older toddlers from playing in the dirty diapers.

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