Friday, March 25, 2011

Guest Post - Ways to use (diaperbagwrangler) wet bags around the home

Fabulous customer Jolie has been RAVING about The Diaper Bag Wrangler Wet Bags, and is always coming up with uses for them around her home (and letting me know!). I asked her recently to write a guest post and here's what Jolie has to say:

"Since being on facebook I have learned about some wonderful products I would have probably never come in contact with without this form of social media. The Diaper Bag Wrangler is one of those! I have also made some great friends that share in my addiction of cloth diapering. I have cloth diapered since June on 2004. I am currently cloth diapering #4 of our 6 children. I first purchased one of KC’s wetbags to use on the go with my cloth diapers, which I do and they are super! I have tried several different brands of wetbags over the years. DBW’s is my go to bag I reach for over and over again, it seems to contain the "stink" better than any wetbag I have used! They also the cutest fabric prints out there! I use it for other things besides just taking on the go to put dirty diapers in. I have recently started using unpaper towels. I have seen gals using bags to contain their dirty towels and I thought to myself, I have just the thing! The DBW’s wetbags will work for that too. I love the ring that the wetbags have, it is great for hooking on my stove handle to put my dirty unpaper towels in. "

Clipped to stove for holding "unpaper" towels!

"The hook makes them so versatile, you could hook it on a cabinet knob or any place you can hook the ring. I use mine sometimes in my laundry room to contain cloth wipes I’ve used throughout the day to clean little hands and faces. I’ve recently made the switch to mama cloth. In doing so I was thinking about how to contain the dirty ones. I didn’t want to throw them in my diaper pail. The DBW wetbag was the solution I was looking for. I just hook the ring to the towel rack in the bathroom and I have a perfect place to store mama cloth! I’m thinking the next plunge will be into family cloth. I can see that the DBW’s wetbags will be the perfect solution to contain that as well."

Clipped in the bathroom

"I’m thinking one for the car and then I will be able to use a spray bottle and cloth wipes on the go for little sticky hands and faces. I’m sure there are so many more uses for these wonderful wetbags! How do you use the DBW’s wetbags?"

Thanks Jolie!!!! I would love to know how others use their wetbags! Post a comment (either on facebook or the blog) about your most creative use for our Zippered Wet Bags and I'll select one at random. The winner will receive a MYSTERY PACKAGE....comments will be accepted until April 1st, 2011!

21 comments:

Amanda said...

I use wet bags to store my daughters water table toys in, it clips right on the edge of it and holds those water squirters!

Elisabeth Patterson said...

Unfortunately I don't have a wetbag yet, even though I need one b/c I'm using a Ziploc bag right now (lame!). Anyway, I would be able to find uses for different bags including: messy diapers, a travel bag for shampoo/soap/ messy wet things, wet bathing suits, cosmetics, the toddler cup (it always leaks! grr)and baby spoons, etc when eating out. This is off the top of my head, I can probably think of more! :)

Jenny H said...

I just use my wet bags for diapers. I have 2 large for at home and a small one for the diaper bag. This summer I think I'll use them for swimsuits after a day at the pool.

jhull at m dot marywood dot edu

It's Me said...

love your blog, nice to meet you. :o)
Debb

Jennifer Parke Photography said...

When I was pumping I would use the wetbags to hold the pump pieces before and after I used them!

Jen said...

Don't have any wet bags yet...but I would use one for cloth diapers and also for my mama cloth!
boomersoonermama at gmail dot com

3NuttyKidz said...

I don't have one yet, but I'm thinking it would come in handy right now while I'm potty training. For those accidents on the go!

Jake said...

haven't bought one yet - I keep telling myself I need to, but haven't gotten around to it yet. :(

Garrett said...

I use my wetbags for so many things :) I use one as my lunch bag and the other stays in the diaper bag- I put my daughters clothes in when she spits up. I can't wait to use it when I go to the beach to put her swimming suit in :)

Audra said...

I would love one to use for bathing suits this summer at our local lake we spend so much time at!

Ruth said...

Super cute and such great ideas. I think the zippered wet bags in one of the few products of yours we don't have (love the aprons and link loop diaper bag and changing pad btw). All of your products are so cute and so well made.

Calea said...

I'm just using a Ziploc right now too. I keep a change of clothes for each kiddo in one. Then some plastic grocery sacks for wet/soiled clothes.

LadyLeslie said...

That seems handy! I used cloth napkins instead of paper towels.

Amy W said...

I don't have one...though i have thought many times that I need to get with the program! I'd love it for when we get wet clothing, etc that I don't want just lying in my bag!

Saph said...

Don't have any wet bags yet but need to buy some real soon. I would use wetbags for anything wet I want to keep from getting other things dirty like wet bathing suits, mama cloth, etc.

Aly said...

I don't have a wetbag yet but looking forward to getting one very soon! :O) So many different uses for it! Sounds GREAT!

scody said...

Don't have one of your wet bags (yet) but the clip would be so useful! We use ours for diapers and wipes and for wet swim suits!

Mommyof3 said...

I have bought 3 of them for presents for my preggo friends and didnt even think of getting one for myself???? I guess I should cause I could use one in my car to hold my wipes for hands/faces. Great post sure got me thinking.

Laura said...

I like to use mine for messy diapers. I also use it for my pump pieces when I go away. I love my wet bag!

Sara C. said...

I use my wet bags for travel size toiletries when we travel. My parents live 3 hours away and we try to get there as much as we can so wet bags really come in handy!

Michelle said...

Nice info! Keep up the great work on posts like this.