Snack bags, wet bags and day bags are essential for mess-free days in our home. Snack bags head off to school with my daughter. A wet bag stays with me for messy clothes or wet diapers and having an extra bag for make up or lotions is also a great use of a wetbag.
Some of the first diapers we had were Bumkins diapers – they had cute designs and I’m super happy to see that they have a line of wetbags. They offer “kid” friendly designs such as Dr. Seuss and some of the popular designs like owls and a few that are even mom friendly like their tweet design.
What is great about these wet bags is that they are easy to wash, have an easy spot to hang or hold, and are made of a durable waterproof material. Many of the designs that I’ve actually used myself, at times, are made of a more flimsy material. These are professionally made and offer a mom on the go security in knowing that a messy diaper will not end up in her bag!
Wet bags are great for just about any purpose and since the Bumkins brand offers multiple sizes, you’re bound to find the perfect size (and print) for whatever your need is!
Find out more about Bumkins Diapers at Zoolikins. For Phoenix area moms, visit Zoolikins at 7118 East 5th Ave, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 – They offer not only these wetbags, but a wide variety of diapering products, clothing, toys and more.
Zoolikins hours are: 10-6 Monday- Saturday and 11-5 Sundays. Zoolikins also offers cloth diapering classes and more – visit their website at www.zoolikins.com for more information.
Disclosure: I was able to sample various wet bags for my use in exchange for this post. However, my opinion is my own and was not at all swayed by receiving these bags.
10 ways to use a wetbag
1. Odds and ends in your diaper bag or purse
2. A small collection of toys (think legos!)
3. Change of clothes while traveling
4. Wet swimsuits
5. Cloth Wipes
6. Snacks on the go
7. Emergency Make up
8. Creams and lotions
9. Clean diapers
10. Dirty diapers