Easy CleanUp with @Diaperpods

We just received a pretty good product in the mail for review! 
 Now, Broxton is no longer in diapers, so I asked if I could review this with a friend that does have a son in diapers... Have you heard of DiaperPods?

I really love the time they took into packaging for review, that said alot there, so I was eager to check it out.

 At first, you think it is just a plain diaper... Okay, not plain, as there is a design, but just an ordinary diaper... I know that is what you are thinking...
 We put it on our tester and he was fine in it... No problems, it fit great and when he was FINALLY time for a change (hours later...) there was no leakage!
 Only problem was the adults...
LOL, we just yanked the diaper off (that was a dirty one, if you catch my drift)  and then proceeded to try and figure it out...  You see, there is a "diaper pod" in the back of the diaper... Meaning, a built in trash bag, for easy disposal!  You can not see it, or really feel it. (We saw it and felt it because we were looking for it and held it up to the light.)
 No, the pod is not supposed to come out like this, but we were determined to figure this out, so we ended up taking it all apart! (there is a trash bag in that pod!)
 You then dispose of the diaper properly!
Bagged and ready to go!!!!
We did notice that one handle of the bag came off when closing it... not sure if that is normal or what, just wanted to make sure to point that out as well.

Now, to explain it a bit more...
You know how you take the dirty diaper off and roll it up to throw away.. if you are out, you normally put it in a trash bag to keep the odor contained?  Well, what if you are out and have no trash bag?  NO MORE WORRIES if you have a diaper pod...
What you are supposed to do:
Take the diaper off, roll it up like normal... Then, there is a little slit that looks like it is covered in tape (that is trying to explain it, it doesn't look that cheap)  that is where the pod is... You pop it, pull the bag out, tie the diaper in it and dispose of...
Head on over to the DiaperPod site to see in their pictures how to do it...

We checked this out over Easter weekend... and had several parents there...
We all agreed that this was a great idea and hope that it makes it to a store near us!

Follow DiaperPods on Facebook and Twitter.

FTC Compliant Review Policy: The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

Comments

Post a Comment

I love comments... Please leave one to show love!

Popular posts from this blog

Gift Card Giveaway!

Have you heard about this? #PrayforAlbany