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Kissa's Pail Liner, White

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  • Non-wicking storage for your diapers
  • Super generous size of 30x24; can hold several dozen diapers
  • Sturdy elastic at top ensures fit around any pail
  • Made from a high quality PUL (poly urethane laminate) fabric
  • Perfect for wet clothes, dirty shoes or other messy laundry too
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Technical Details
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions8 x 8 x 1 inches
OriginUSA
UPC898567002700
Item model numberwpail
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB0037NXP18
Best Sellers Rank #1,957 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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From the Manufacturer

New and Improved. A pail liner to hold soiled diapers is a must for cloth diapering. And, we have the perfect one for you that provides non-wicking storage. The special finish also protects against the spreading of health which can sometimes collect on soiled diapers.

Product Description

New and Improved. A pail liner to hold soiled diapers is a must for cloth diapering. And, we have the perfect one for you that provides non wicking storage. The special finish also protects against the spreading of health which can sometimes collect on soiled diapers.


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Customer Reviews

I love this diaper pail liner.
E. Karr
Great bag - good size and fits perfectly well in our 13 gallon trash can/diaper pail.
lololissa
This liner, like the other, I wash with my diapers and line dry.
Mamma C.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

113 of 114 people found the following review helpful By *Michelle* on April 22, 2010
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I'm brand new to cloth diapering, but I figured out pretty quickly that I'd need somewhere to keep those wet diapers until laundry day. I purchased a simplehuman CW1322 Slim Plastic 10-1/2-Gallon Step Can, Grey to put in the laundry room and purchased two Kissa liners for it.

The interior lining of the bag is similar in feel to a light vinyl; the outside is a stretchy, smooth cloth. The bag opening is highly elasticized and fits very snugly around the rim of the garbage can.

When it's time for laundry, I turn the bag inside out and add it to the wash. After everything is cleaned, I hang the liner up to dry. The second bag goes in to the can while the first is being cleaned.

I'm very pleased with the quality of the product.

EDIT

It's over a year later and our two liners still look brand new!
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By J. Labonte on June 10, 2010
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Don't bother with more expensive liners - I've tried them all and this one is the best. I love the elastic opening as it fits snugly in any diaper pail or garbage pail. It does not interfere with the pail lid. It doesn't drop into the pail like those bags with the useless drawstring openings. It fits just like a standard plastic garbage bag, only without the waste. When it's full just toss it in the washer with your diapers and you're good to go!
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Jakoblich on July 1, 2010
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I am very pleased with these pail liners! I bought two (one to use and one to wash while the other is in use)for my cloth diaper pail. I have been using them over a month straight and they have functioned wonderfully. I have been washing them in both hot and cold water in the same load with the diapers and then line drying them. They dry quickly and fit my 30 gallon trash can/diaper pail just fine. I am very, very pleased and would highly recommend these liners for anyone using the dry pail method of cloth diapers.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mommy of Two on May 27, 2011
I bought Kissuva diaper liner along with a Planet Wise diaper liner at the same time. At first, both products worked well. I would even said that they were the same except the Planet Wise bag costed me a few dollars more. Both items have the elastic band that allow me to use them with my diaper pail. I would cold wash and hang dry them with my son's cloth diapers. After 2 months of using both bags (I would one while the other one is in the wash and drying), the thread on the Kissuva diaper liner became undone. I also noticed that the liner began to have a yellow tint to it. Of course, since I use the liner for my diaper pail so no one actually sees it while it is being used. I just found the discoloring a little gross. It looks like it is dirty all the time now even after I washed it. For a few dollars more, I thought the Planet Wise bag held up better. After washing them and drying them the exact same way for 2 months, the Planet Wise bag still look barely used. I would recommend getting Planet Wise pail liner instead.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By KFittro on July 26, 2010
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This is a great pail liner for cloth diapering. I use a plastic garbage can with a flip up lid for the dirty diapers, both wet and soiled. It's a 13 gallon size and this liner fits great in it, but I know it would work for larger pails as well. I just didn't see the need to have a huge pail considering I wash the diapers every two days anyway. Like others have said, just wash inside out with the dirty diapers. The liner is made of PUL, just like diaper covers, so it's best to line dry.

My only disappointment with this product is the stitching along the bottom. One of the two I bought has unraveled from BOTH ends now, and I have had to restitch it on my machine. Just a minor annoyance. Otherwise this is a great product at a great price.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Lacie on November 22, 2010
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I have two of these bags and alternately wash them with the diapers and have never put them in the dryer, only air dried them. In one of them, the seam is completely coming undone at the bottom. I am so frustrated that I paid $15 for a bag that is now useless after just over a month. I don't know why I've had such a bad experience and everyone else has had great ones, but I am not a happy customer.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Stone Mayven on November 14, 2010
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It's really easy to get caught up in a lot of the "must-haves" of cloth diapering and before you know it, you have spent a ton of moo-lah and you're wondering if you are saving money by using cloth. I've used a lot of wet bags and have narrowed it down to using two of these. I have three that smaller ones (about 10x12) that I use for traveling that zip up. I have Wet Happened and Planet Wise and they are working out great.

I have two of the Kissa's bags and that is all you need. You don't need three or four. Two is enough. I wash my diapers every two days and the Kissa bag that is holding them goes right in with them. Usually I find that my diapers need a full dry cycle on low and then an extra 15-20 minutes. During that second shorter cycle, I throw the bag in with them and that's enough to dry them without worrying that it's damaging them.

I do exactly as is shown in the photo above. I have a skinny tall hamper I got from Fred Meyers and the bag fits snuggly and NEVER falls off or comes undone. I keep the bag behind a door that is always kept open and I have NEVER had any stink issues. I do spray the poopy diapers though before putting them in the basket and I still have no issue. I think if I didn't spray them, you would probably smell the poop. But I don't ever smell urine. Most of my friends that use a closed pail liner are the ones that have the stink issues as the urine builds up in closed spaces. However, I would imagine if you went 3 or more days without laundering them that you would get an urine smell. But I stay on top of it.

The only thing I would change is that I wish they came in different colors. Like pink or blue or even green. The white is a bit boring. I would be nice to have different colors to tell which ones I am washing, etc.
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