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Old 04-28-2012, 08:00 AM   #1
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Default What wetbag would you recommend?

Not the kind that all the dirties go into.... I use a garbage pail w/o a liner. I'm talking about the wetbag I use when going out of the house.... it needs to be able to hold 5-6 OS diapers, plus wipes. Right now I have a planetwise wet/dry bag, and I love it for functionality but it has bleach spots on the fabric and I guess I'm vain and want something that looks nicer. I'm willing to get another planetwise one, but I was wondering if there was another out there that you LOVE.
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Old 05-05-2012, 07:12 PM   #2
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

I have an itzy ritzy medium that holds maybe three and wipes, but they make larger ones. It's a cute fabric, and has held up well to being washed frequently.
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Old 05-05-2012, 07:18 PM   #3
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

I have this one in the owl print: http://www.kellyscloset.com/Planet-W...gs_p_3436.html

I also have FuzziBunz and Thirsties wetbags and have been satisfied with both.
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

I have a kushies wet bag (the double pack). We like them enough. They definitely do the job and have stood up to wash and neglect. I don't know if you could fit 8 diaps in though. Probably 5 at most.
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Old 05-08-2012, 12:07 PM   #5
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

I LOVE Monkey Foot Designs. Her PUL is thicker than other wet bags I've tried, and the prints are so pretty. http://www.monkeyfootdesigns.com/
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

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I LOVE Monkey Foot Designs. Her PUL is thicker than other wet bags I've tried, and the prints are so pretty. http://www.monkeyfootdesigns.com/
That almond bird print is sooooo pretty! Must.have.it.....
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Old 05-09-2012, 07:18 PM   #7
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

I've used Planetwise, Bummis, and Goodmama wetbags. All are equally functional but the Planetwise is my favourite.
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

I have used Fuzzibunz (I have the hang on the door one, and it leaks if the diaper will leaks, so no rinsed ones unless they are wrung out very well.

I have 2 planet wise bags (one for on the go, and one diaper pail liner) I have used often over the last 2 years, and a new one. And they are by far my favorite.. Only, I like the ones with the straps.. I don't know if planet wise makes one, but I will be looking when I order more.

I have also used Bummis, and it works well, but seems much cheaper than the PW, and I have not used it long enough to know how well it holds up. I do really like the strap on it.
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Default Re: What wetbag would you recommend?

Do you sew at all? My friend made a really good tutorial for one that works great on her website here - http://bluedinosaurs.com/travel-wetbag/
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