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QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags

Tuesday, 26 May 2015

If you have ever entered a public baby diaper changing room, you would probably identify the strong smell coming from the room. Yes! The smell of a mixture of baby's poop and urine. *pinch my nose*

On many occasions, as I was trying to change Small J's diaper in the changing room, I had to hold my breath, quickly change him and dash out of the room. If he had a poopy diaper, I would also feel guilty of contributing to the stench.


At home, lazy Mommy me, would just simply throw his diaper into our rubbish bin inside our house instead of the main rubbish chute outside the house. Then, as the day goes by, the stench gets worst. If it was a poopy diaper, I would bag it in a plastic bag first before throwing into the bin. However, the odour still managed to drift out of the bin. 

Do you face the same stinky problem too? QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bag to the rescue!


When I first opened the QuickGrab nappy bag, my first thought was 'Eh... Isn't this just a normal plastic bag?' But when I took a quick sniff, I could smell the powdery scent from the bag, just like baby powder. These bags are specially scented to neutralise any unpleasant odours and able to provide long lasting odour protection. As stated on the product information,

'The fragrance is embedded into the bags and will not 'evaporate' over time. The fragrance stays and diffuses into its surroundings, leaving a clean and fresh scent.'

After using the bags for about one week, I must say I am very satisfied with them. I have tried putting a poopy diaper in the bag and tried to smell it from the outside, but I could only smell the fragrance of the bag, not the poop! My house also does not smell of smelly diapers anymore.


How do you use these bags? Just use it like normal plastic bags!

1. Change baby's diaper.
2. Grab a QuickGrab fragranced bag.
3. Placed the dirty diaper, along with any wet wipes or tissues, into the bag.
4. Tie it up and throw it into the bin. 

Easy peasy! The bags are just the right size, not too big and not too small, perfect for our little ones' diapers.


As you know, plastic bags can be quite slippery. While I was pulling the bag from the pack, I am worried that all the bags would slip out together, resulting in a huge plastic bag mess. Fret not, because these bags are specially packed such that they get dispensed one bag at a time. This makes it so easy and convenient to use. The QuickGrab nappy bags are naturally degradable and environmentally-friendly too.

I know some of you might be thinking that using these bags means an additional step of bagging the diapers. Just throw them straight into the bin, why so troublesome? Well, for your own house, I have nothing to say if you like it smelly. But when you are using a public diaper changing room, let's do our part for the other users. There are some nursing rooms which have the diaper changing facilities in the same area. Can you imagine another Mommy trying to nurse her little one in a smelly room?

You can get these QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags from Vaby and Kulily at just $4.50 for a pack of 125 bags. For more information, check out their Website and Facebook Page.


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Disclaimer: I received a pack of QuickGrab Fragranced Nappy Disposal Bags for the purpose of this review. No monetary compensation was involved. All opinions, texts and photos are mine.  

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