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The Arm and Hammer Diaper Pail by Munchkin uses the odor-eliminating power of baking soda, combined with the patented self-sealing system to lock odors away. The pre-filled, vented baking soda dispenser sprinkles baking soda each time the lid is closed and continuously absorbs and eliminates odors even when the pail is not in use. The patented self-sealing system automatically seals the bag when the lid is closed and keeps it sealed when the lid is reopened. The disposable refill bags, each of which can hold up to 25 diapers, shut tight with a snap and can be easily tossed and replaced without cutting or tying. Includes 1 pail and 1 refill bag. Measures approximately 21" height x 11" depth and comes fully assembled.
I can't compare this to Diaper Genie, because after reading reviews I decided that Arm & Hammer was the way to go for me. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mich
With my first child we used this pail, and it was just OK. It's not very big and as diapers get larger and stinkier it didn't really do the job as well as when he was a newborn. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Sarah
It was working great for past 12 months but then started getting smelly. No matter how many times I cleaned it, washed it and changed the baking soda. It smells awfully. Read morePublished 8 days ago by SepidehSanaz
Just now opened this while setting up baby room (baby is not here yet and I have never used it but opportunity to return this has lapsed) and the lid does not open and click closed... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason M.
This pail controlled odors so much better than the original Diaper Genie. When my girlie was done with diapers, I passed this down to a friend and she loved and enjoyed it as much... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Krissy
Great for dog poop bags!
I needed a smell-free way to collect the dog poop bags, in the front hallway, after walking my dog. Read more
Keeps the smeel pretty much contained. Just wish it wasn't so way for my toddler to get into.Published 1 month ago by Elizabeth Vandebogart