Keep Your Nursery Odor-Free with Ubbi’s Diaper Pail

03/16/2012 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy Ubbi

As parents, we’ve all been there, we’ve all smelled it: The diaper that’s powerful enough to send even the toughest of tough running in the opposite direction.

But what’s worse is tossing it in the pail, only to have your oh-so cute nursery turn into your not-so sweet smelling baby room.

Now, thanks to the newly launched diaper pail ($80) from Ubbi, gone are the days of holding your breath long after you’ve disposed of the dirty.

Crafted from powder coated steel that won’t retain smells, the diaper pail (available in eight cool colors!) features a rubber seal that not only prevents leaks, but it keeps odors in, too.

Plus, it’s super easy to use. Simply slide the lid, toss the diaper, shut it, and you’re on your way.

Best of all? You can line your pail with Ubbi’s eco-friendly plastic bags ($8 for 25), grab any tall kitchen garbage bag you have on hand, or check out their washable cloth diaper pail liner ($10). How convenient is that?

— Anya Leon

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Olivia on

I use a $7 plastic trash can with a snap close lid. The only time it smells is when the lid is opened. Really not that big of a deal.

Jenn on

Ubbi diaper pail is great!! I started using this recently and love it! Once your baby starts eating solid foods forget it, so stinky! The Ubbi steel pail locks the smell in great! I definitely recommend it!

Jenn on

I love this diaper pail, it has changed my nursery and my life! I have tried plastic diaper pails before and they don’t work at all. Also, I love all the colors it comes in! so cute!

cntower on

Jenn, Jenn, Jenn, at least go to a different computer if you want to post multiple glowing reviews. In case you haven’t noticed, you can’t change your screen name on this site.

It’s changed your life? GMAFB.

Melissa G on

Seriously? an $80 diaper pail that people are raving over? You do realizing its just to hold soiled diapers right? We used a basic garbage can with a lid and bought a can of lysol…..

$80 diaper pail…ridiculous.

lifeasahouse on

If you bought a stainless garbage can it would be almost as effective. The plastic diaper pails absorb the odors and end up stinking with no diapers in them.

Catca on

I had a stainless garbage can in the kitchen and just threw the diapers in there with the regular garbage and never had an issue with smell. My sister as well as others who had kids before me warned me not to buy a diaper pail as regular old garbage cans work better (they don’t smell!) It’s the diaper pails that smell, so the lesson is there is no need to spend $80 on a diaper pail, just use a garbage can!

Ann on

Another product no one ever came up with before invented. How could we ever live without an opportunity to store a garbage in the baby’s room for weeks.