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my wet bag is no longer waterproof... what do you use when out and about?

(8 Posts)
pistachio Tue 29-Jul-08 19:47:05

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4andnotout Tue 29-Jul-08 20:27:39

i use a ziplock foodbag which i rinse and reuse (not for food obviously wink)

MrsJamin Wed 30-Jul-08 11:48:10

I've got a tots bots PUL bag and I think it's rubbish too, I can never get it very closed at the top. I think I might use a drawstring toiletries bag as my nappies are quite slim and one would fit in quite a small one.

Essie3 Wed 30-Jul-08 11:53:01

I have a sort of washbag I got free with a magazine. It's not fully waterproof but it works for a short while. If I'm going to be out for many hours, I'd probably use a nappy bag blush although I try to avoid using them - wasteful, like you say.

Essie3 Wed 30-Jul-08 11:53:34

Hey - aren't we supposed to re-use the plastic bags that magazines/supplements come in? There's an answer for you!

MrsBadger Wed 30-Jul-08 11:58:21

I have a simialr Popolini (I think) one and it goes at the seams

the cheapo drawstring bags meant for swimming things (the really tacky plastic ones, not the woven nylon type) are much better

primigravida Thu 31-Jul-08 02:46:47

I just use any old plastic bag, bread bags usually.

LuLuBai Thu 31-Jul-08 09:43:50

Breadbags - that's a really good idea!

I often use the little plastic bags that you put veg in at the supermarket.

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