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Dispose of your diapers the clean and neat way with the Easy Saver Diaper Pail by Safety 1st. Keeps the smell of soiled diapers out of your baby's nursery nursery. It is a convenient one step diaper disposal system and requires no twisting and turning - just drop the diaper in and go.
Diapers can't be avoided, but odor can! Seal odors away beneath the unique child-resistant lid, to keep littel hands out and odors inside. Uses standard kitchen garbage bags, holds 18-25 cloth diapers, or about 50
disposable diapers. Attractive and easy to use, even with baby in your arms.
Can even be used as a regular garbage can, once baby is out of diapers
Capacity: Holds about one to two day's worth of cloth diapers.
Dimensions: 15 inches high x 10.9 inches wide x 18.4 inches deep. Small enough to not take up too much space in the nursery or laundry room.
♥ Easy one-hand use
♥ Child-Resistant Locking Lid
♥ Save money; Uses standard-sized plastic 13 gallon trash bags
♥ Or use a reuseable diaper pail liner, such as Planet Wise Reusable Diaper Pail Liner
♥ Built-in deodorizer compartment with locking tabs; Deodorizer disc included
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SAFETY 1ST Easy Saver Diaper Pail
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♦ Types of cloth diapers
♦ How to Wash Cloth Diapers
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Last updated - February 8, 2017