I will be the first to admit that I have never been a fan of diaper pails. I’ve always thought they are ugly and pointless. I never understood why anyone would spend the money on them when all they had to do was throw the diaper away in the trash.
The worst part was that they stuck out like a sore thumb in the nursery. We would spend months decorating our precious nursery only to have a big white blob next to the changing table.
What I’ve come to find out is my opinion shouldn’t be one sided, because not all diaper pails are created equally.
Enter the Ubbi Diaper Pail, a diaper pail like no other. It’s sleek, it’s small, and it’s attractive.
Made of powder coated steel with rubber seals, the Ubbi locks in all smells from those dirty diapers your little one leaves behind. It won’t stick out in your nursery, unless you really want it to. And with its ultra sleek look, that might not be a bad thing. The Ubbi comes in a variety of colors to match virtually any nursery decor.
Not only is the Ubbi attractive, it also has some pretty innovative features. The Ubbi Diaper Pail has a sliding lid that was designed to minimize air disruption to prevent the smell from coming out. It also has a great child lock so your little one can’t go digging through it. Although I leave it unlocked so that my handy toddler can throw diapers away and feel like she is a part of the team when I am changing Avery’s diaper.
What I love about the Ubbi (among many things) is that it takes standard size kitchen trash bags. No longer do you have to buy bags that are made specifically for the diaper pail (although Ubbi does sell plastic bags for the pail.)
Are you a cloth diaper mama? Don’t worry, Ubbi has you covered. They sell a cloth pail liner for all of those dirty cloth diapers.
If you want to spice up the look of your Ubbi, they have a wide variety of decal themes that stick on the pail. I prefer more of the plain look of my Ubbi as I think that it’s attractive all on its own, with no help needed.
The Ubbi has officially made me a diaper pail convert. It is so good, it will have you looking forward to changing diapers.
To learn more about the Ubbi Diaper Pail, you can visit their website.
Disclosure: I received an Ubbi Diaper Pail for review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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