Everything changed once my husband and I bought the Bubula Diaper Pail. And if you are a parent, I think you will understand what I mean.
When it comes to buying for baby, now that my daughter is a year old, I have to ask myself if the product has the necessary form, function, style, and versatility to make it worth giving up even an inch of real estate for. After all, a nursery room is only so BIG.
Over the last year, we have accumulated a lot of stuff. Babies outgrow everything so quickly, there’s just no sense in cluttering up with anything that doesn’t meet the grade.
Bubula Diaper Pail REVIEW – Keeps Odor Out And Style In
I have known a few moms that didn’t feel a diaper pail was necessary, but I also watched those same moms create more work for themselves each day as they repeatedly went back and forth to the trash receptacle to throw out dirty diapers. It didn’t look fun.
When I was pregnant I purchased a diaper pail system that I thought would be great because of its initial low cost, but later on, I learned that it was really a small fortune to refill the pail with its specially designed bags. Raise your hand if you’ve done something like this before. UGH!
It was never going to be anything more than a diaper pail, which is fine, but if you’re like me, you have trouble letting go of things and want to get the most from them.
Then I discovered the newly launched Bubula diaper pail. Made of steel construction and standing tall at 25″, this diaper pail met every need on my checklist. It was tall enough that I never had to reach down to dispose of a diaper, locked out odor exquisitely, could be used with my everyday household garbage bags, and doubles as a trashcan, which is great for down the line when we don’t need diapers anymore.
I picked the pink Bubula diaper pail because it matched the decor of the room, but it was a tough choice because all seven colors (white, sage, purple, blue, grey with white, white with grey) that it comes in are so attractive. The function of this Bubula diaper pail is excellent- with its aluminum and steel design that locks out odors, I never smell a thing.
With just a tap on one side of the lid, I place the dirty diaper in a compartment and close the door, and then push a button on the other side of the pail lid, and it drops it into the roomy pail. I never need to push down a dirty diaper, making unnecessary contact, and better yet- I am changing the pail far less often because it holds up to 50% more than my old pail did.
Overall, the Bubula Diaper Pail is just nicer in every way, and it doesn’t scream “dirty diapers live here” when people come over to visit. You gotta love that.
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