Honestly I prefer a basket with a liner for dirty diapers but if you don’t have the floor space and need to use a hanging one this is a great option.
After a lot of searching, this was the best-designed cloth diaper hamper/bag/pail I found, for several reasons: 1) you can drop a used diaper in one-handed (essential for when the other hand needs to hold onto a squirmy kiddo on the changing table!). 2) adding a diaper doesn’t require opening up a lid and letting out all the smells. In fact, smell leakage is pretty minimal with this pail. 3) the zippered bottom works great for dumping the diapers into the washer without having to touch anything inside. We usually keep the bottom open and let the pail air out outside for a few hours on wash day to limit how often it has to be washed. Which brings me to my only critique—after fewer than 5 washes, the plastic boning that gives support/structure to the design rubbed a hole in its casing and came out. This happened on the vertical piece in the top middle as well as the larger curved support that runs horizontally. It’s possible I washed it on too heavy a setting—I just tossed it in the wash alongside my cloth diapers in my top-loader with agitator. But the idea that this might need to be washed separately on a delicate setting certainly reduces its convenience and function within a cloth diapering routine. Ultimately, I plan to replace the boning and mend the holes so they stay put, but who has time for that with a toddler running around. In the meantime it still works fine with just a little less structure. But it would be great if the casings came with more reinforcement to prevent that issue. Overall still the best designed pail I’ve found!
Have this hanging on our nursery door. Easy to use, looks minimalist and crisp- it’s perfect! No issues with smells or leaking. Thanks so much gracia!