Just the right size for smaller pails, cloth menstrual pads, family cloth wipes, and more! We have used these for so many things, and find them especially useful when you just don't need a large diaper pail anymore (think when your little is a toddler and not using many diapers per day). We also love them as a place to store dirty kitchen and cleaning rags before washing. Many folks even use them as reusable trash bags. Products that have many uses over the years are the best!
Diaper pail liners are a must for cloth diapering families. Who wants to spend time every other day cleaning out a diaper pail? No one! That's where pail liners come in; just use it to line your pail/trash can/whatever you use to store dirty diapers before washing. When it comes time to wash, simply lift out the pail liner, head to the washer, dump your diapers, menstural pads, or family cloth in the washer, and wash the pail liner along with them! The pail liner keep your actual pail from getting dirty, so you can simply put a fresh pail liner in the pail and you're good to go!
We find it best to have two pail liners, so that while one is in the wash, you have another to continue collecting those wet diapers in.
You can even use a pail liner when you don't use an actual pail! Use the strap to hang this bag from a door handle, changing table, or anything else that suits your needs. We have found these to be very useful as laundry bags and storage bags and for beach days/swimming gear beyond the diapering years.
Thirsties Mini Pail Liners measure 15.5" high x 14.5" wide and fit most diaper pails up to 4 gallon capacity.
Made from 100% polyester with waterproof TPU laminate. Waterproof TPU laminate and fully-taped waterproof seams prevent leaking and wicking and keep moisture out of your diaper pail.
Wash along with your cloth diapers or other laundry. Line dry or tumble dry on low or medium heat.
Your product is under limited warranty for possible return for up to 1 year after theoriginal purchase date.
Defects include loose stitching, holes discovered upon arrival, broken snaps, etc.
Staining, fading, holes that develop with use and potential build-up are all considered normal 'wear and tear' and does not suffice for repair or replacement purposes.
Leaks are not considered a defect.
If your products were damaged by the use of additives or improper care, the warranty will be void.