Givewaway: New Thirsties Wet Bags & Pail Liners

New from Thirsties!!Thirsties NEW Wet Bags & Pail Liners

Oh how exciting!!  Thirsties is taking their favorite prints and making them available in a brand new line of wet bags (prints and solids) and pail liners (solid colors only).  This is exactly what I need to feed my wet bag addiction.  Did I mention that I no longer have a baby in diapers?  Did I mention that I still have 10-15 wet bags that get used ALL THE TIME?  Really?  Maybe you need to go read my post of The Cloth Diaper Whiperer blog,  20 Uses for Wet Bags Besides Cloth Diapering!

I especially love that Polka Dance is available in their wet bags.  It’s such a great gender neutral pattern and will match just about everything.  The new Thirsties wet bags are about the size of an average medium sized wet bag (13.5″X16″) and should hold around 8-9 diapers.  It’s perfect for tossing in your diaper bag for a day out.  It even has a wrist strap which is an essential item for any wet bag.  Price: $14.50 MSRP

Thirsties NEW Wet Bags & Pail LinersThe pail liners fit up to a 54 qt can (approx 13 gallons) and come in a few soft colors perfect for a nursery or laundry room.  The pail liners should hold all your diapers for 1-3 days until it’s time to do the laundry.  Price: $17.00 MSRP

Both products are proudly made in the USA and are available now at Kelly’s Closet.

How would you like to win one of each?  Thirsties has offered to give one of my lucky readers one wet bag and one pail liner in a color of choice.  To enter, complete the Rafflecopter application below.  Giveaway will close on Friday, September 6th at midnight ET.  Good luck!!

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Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Thirsties. 

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244 Responses to Givewaway: New Thirsties Wet Bags & Pail Liners

  1. Molly Arey says:

    the bathroom usually

  2. Elizabeth W says:

    Our main diaper pail is next to a changing table in our living room/dining area. I guess that seems gross, but it really doesn’t smell at all and it’s super convenient.

  3. Jen B says:

    We have our pail by the changing table in the baby’s room.

  4. Jessica says:

    I am gonna try keeping them in the babies room by the changer but if that dont work out I am gonna move the changer to the bathroom

  5. Charlotte R says:

    Typically the laundry room – it is in the middle of our house

  6. Tracie D says:

    We store ours in my daughter’s bedroom

  7. Kasi Erwin says:

    We keep our pail in the baby’s room.
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  8. Jeanette E. says:

    I store them in the bathroom. We’re new to cloth diapering and right now they’re hanging in various locations…I’ll get this done eventually :)

  9. Adina says:

    I store my current wet bag in a trash can in the kids’ room.

  10. Jeannette says:

    We have a dry pail in the baby’s room

  11. Cabrina says:

    We store our dirty diapers in the bathroom.

  12. Breanna R says:

    Used to keep them in the kids bedroom, now in the kids bathroom

  13. Brandi Swanson says:

    Laundry Room

  14. kelly says:

    We will have a separate pail in the baby room.
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  15. Mary says:

    Diaper pail is in the bathroom next to the changing table

  16. Laurie says:

    The bathroom!

  17. Nikki C says:

    I put them in a diaper pail in a hall closet that we keep the clothes hamper and cleaning supplies in.

  18. Janice says:

    We have a trash can we have converted to a diaper pail in the baby’s room for now. Once he arrives we will see how that works!

  19. Melissa says:

    I haven’t started cloth diapering yet, but I plan to keep the bag in the nursery!

  20. amy says:

    theres a space between the bathroom and the nursery, we keep a pail there.

  21. Beth Ann says:

    The hallway outside of the laundry room.

    Except we’re moving, so they’re in the dining room right now. Haha gross!

  22. Erica says:

    I don’t have any yet, but plan to store them in the nursery.

  23. Erin says:

    I currently have the dirty diapers in our room.

  24. megan b says:

    Everywhere. We have a small apartment. I usually pile them up and then dump them in front of the washer.

  25. megan b says:

    Everywhere. We have a small apartment. I usually pile them up and then dump them in front of the washer.

  26. Lisa H. says:


  27. Stephanie O says:

    Due Feb 3 but planning to keep in nursery.

  28. Our dirty diaper laundry is store in the bathroom !
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  29. Mandy Combs says:

    By the changing table in baby’s room.

  30. Brittany C says:

    Baby is due in December, but we plan to store diaps in his room :]

  31. Michaele says:

    We store our diapers in our smaller bathroom

  32. Laura says:

    We do not have a storage place yet because we do not yet have our child!

  33. Laura B says:

    When baby #1 gets here in Dec I plan to have wet bags/pails in the nursery and the bathroom!

  34. Bridget Palkow says:

    In the hallway

  35. Krystal says:

    I have one pail in the nursery for wet diapers and one pail in the bathroom for post-spray diapers.

  36. Michelle Lee says:

    We store ours in the bathroom.

  37. Breanne says:

    The laundry room

  38. kellyn says:

    they used to be in their individual rooms, but now it’s in the living
    room– where i change most diapers anyway!

  39. Evette M. says:

    The laundry room.

  40. Iris says:

    I use a 5 gallon pail with a lid- cheaper than a wastebasket!

  41. Aimee P. says:

    I store them in my mud room/laundry room

  42. Nicole Gutermann says:

    In wetbags in DD’s room.

  43. Caitlin Butler says:

    I tend to store mine in the laundry room in between the washer and dryer, but we did try the kids bathroom closet too

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