My daughter used these a few times with cloth inserts to save on disposable diapers but they were quite bulky on a tiny little bottom. She has not tried them since the baby has grown into size 2 diapers but they might be more appropriate than when she was newborn.
This stuff is by FAR the best diaper rash/skin irritant cream on the market that I've tried. I have used it since my daughter was born 5 1/2 years ago and I still use it when she gets irritation. It clears the redness up within a day!
I never thought I'd be excited about diaper disposal, but I absolutely love this pail. It's sturdy, well-made, easy to use and stink-free. My older children are 7 and 9 and when they were babies, I had the popular plastic diaper pail that uses regular kitchen bags, and boy did that thing stink. I am so glad I spent the extra money on this pail for my new baby because I love it. It's pretty heavy (for a diaper pail), so you know the metal is thick, and it's obviously not going to be porous like plastic is. I love that it uses standard kitchen sized garbage bags, and they are easy to lock into place. Depositing the diapers is easy and it holds quite a lot of rolled up diapers. When we first brought the baby home, he was making some foul smelling poop (it was a dietary issue that was resolved) and the diaper pail did a great job of containing the stink. As far as diaper pails go, this one looks nice, also. I recommend it!
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