The nappy is full. So you change your darling and everything is fresh again. But where to put the full nappy? As nappies quickly develop a strong smell, the rubbish bin in the kitchen is not the right place. Going to the rubbish bin in front of the house for every full nappy is time-consuming. A special baby nappy bin solves this problem. The nappies disappear in it and due to the special construction of these buckets, no unpleasant odours arise. When the bucket is full, you empty the contents into your rubbish bin. Thus, these practical buckets make your life easier - especially in the first weeks you have enough to do with your baby.
The different baby nappy pails
The pails differ mainly in size and construction. To prevent odours from escaping, the pails have a lid. Elaborate models even have a kind of airlock with a sealing ring, so that these nappy pails are odour-proof at all times. In addition, you can operate these comfortable nappy pails with one hand. So you can hold your baby on the changing table with the other hand. You can equip the bins for your baby's nappies either with standard bin liners or special refill cassettes. The capacity of the bags is between about 15 and 60 litres. The bins are made of plastic and are easy to clean. However, cleaning the convenient models takes more time.
Finding the right pail for nappies
The size determines how often you need to empty the pail. In a