April 21, 2009

Wet Happened? TM wet bag

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Ooops! What do you do when your baby's diaper leaks when you're not home or maybe gets a little car sick? Maybe you're just spending a day at the pool and need to store the wet bathing suit in a dry place. Dumping soiled clothes in an old plastic grocery bag can be unsanitary and help spread germs. Wet happened Wet Bags is a great way to store soiled clothes in a cleaner and more environmentally friendly way. When you get home, you can just throw everything in the washer, even the wet bag!! It's completely machine washable and then just tumble dry low. Click on the link for the different designs. You'll definitely find one to match your style.

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Posted by Patricia Kowalski at April 21, 2009 9:52 AM
Recent Comments

I love mine! I actually bought one from MiniMe BabyGear about a year ago and it has held up great!


Posted by: Jill at May 1, 2009 4:12 PM

This is pure genius! I use mine for so many things- sticky trash in the car, sweaty gym cloths, when my daughter pees--I really love it!


Posted by: Amanda at April 28, 2009 9:09 PM

LOVE this. and I LOVE that there is a larger size that I can use since i have two kiddies and lots of wet clothes from the beach. Great idea!


Posted by: sarah hawley at April 21, 2009 3:06 PM
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