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OldJoseph Wed 17-May-17 15:00:20

Currently take all toiletries in an old nappy changing bag. It's been good as it can be wiped, plus it has separate pockets so I can organise the stuff well, It's also fairly sturdy and cuboid.

However, it's a bit small and worn out so I was wondering what anyone else uses? I imagine another changing bag might fit the bill but will probably be pricey, what else is used?

Skala123 Wed 17-May-17 15:17:57

Mine always end up in a carrier bag so am following for ideas!

OldJoseph Wed 17-May-17 18:18:16

Sports' bags are looking promising, they are the right shape but don't necessarily have separate pockets.
I'll keep looking.

OldJoseph Wed 17-May-17 18:21:29

The word I'm looking for is 'holdall'.

Wh0Kn0wsWhereTheTimeGoes Wed 17-May-17 18:26:26

We have those washbags that unfold and have a hanging hook so you can hang them up in the toilet/shower cubicles.

Wh0Kn0wsWhereTheTimeGoes Wed 17-May-17 18:26:36

From Superdrug.

profpoopsnagle Wed 17-May-17 21:07:26

Years ago, I got a large washbag from lowe alpine. It's so big, they called it a 'washroom'! It's served very well- loads of space, lots of pockets, hangs up, a waterproof compartment etc. They don't have as big a range now.

Rohan sell a good selection and will give you an idea of the size you want/need.

We got DD a Victoria Green one for her birthday and I was tempted to keep it for myself.

BarchesterFlowers Wed 17-May-17 21:55:02

I have got this, in XL. Fab and very big,

OldJoseph Thu 18-May-17 08:06:00

Thanks Barchester, that looks promising.

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