When your baby wakes you up at night to change his diaper, you most probably don’t want to walk through the entire home with a wet and smelly diaper. The Ubbi diaper pail is a great solution for temporarily getting rid of the used diaper, without the fear that you would have to endure powerful smells.
Made from powder coated steel, this diaper pail is a very convenient way to dispose of used diapers. Ubbi has made a reputation from manufacturing products that are easy to use. In this particular case, the diaper pail is loaded and unloaded without any effort. It can be equipped with regular kitchen trash bags, so you won’t have to spend extra money on special refills. Besides that, the manufacturer gives you the option to use a reusable cloth liner.
One of the main advantages of the material this diaper pail is made from is that powder coated steel does not absorb odors. On top of that, Ubbi’s product comes with strong rubber seals that contain any unpleasant smells in the pail.
Ubbi’s diaper pail is available in 12 different colors, so it’s nearly impossible not to find one that matches the walls or the furniture in your or your baby’s room. Considering the vibrant colors Ubbi picked for their diaper pail, other children might confuse it for a toy container. That being said, the product comes with childproof safety locks, so you won’t have to worry about other kids messing around with your baby’s used diapers.
It may seem that the Ubbi doesn’t have any downsides, but that’s certainly not the case. It is a great product, but claiming it is perfect would be exaggerated. First of all, it slides easily across hardwood floors, so equipping it with a non-skid bottom would be a great improvement. Secondly, if the reusable cloth liner is used instead of kitchen trash bags, condensation may accumulate on the inner walls of the pail. The fact that it can be used single-handedly somehow redeems the Ubbi from having such disadvantages. After all, Ubbi has an award-winning design!
The Ubbi diaper pail is available on Amazon for $69.99. Would you pay this much to make sure that you don’t get to smell used diapers at night? I should think so!
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