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Choosing reusable cloth diapers is a big decision that can lead to a rewarding journey for you and your baby. But where do you start? Here are the most commonly asked questions on how to start your cloth diaper journey.

Nicki's Diapers is a family business founded by Nicki and later joined by her husband Jesse. As a husband and wife team, they worked together to ensure the highest quality products while following responsible environmental and social business practices. The company is now located in Akron, Ohio.

Wet Dry Bags

Wet dry bags offer an eco-friendly solution to dirty cloth diapers. As an alternative to single-use plastic bags, wet/dry bags are excellent for carrying diapers, gym clothes, and swimsuits, a critical accessory for any cloth diapering parent!

 

What is a Wet/Dry Bag? 


A wet dry bag is a fantastic creation. Wet/dry bags can come in various sizes, but essentially they're two-compartment bags where one of the compartments is made of some waterproof material and designed to keep wet items separate and contained. Often there will be a main "wet" pouch and a secondary, sometimes external, "dry" pouch. This allows you to carry wet, even gross items safely and contained while you also carry clean and dry items.


Wet Dry Bags are a Multipurpose Powerhouse.


Perfect for a whole number of unique situations, a dry/wet bag often becomes the perfect answer when no other solution exists. You want to go for a run during lunch at work, but it's muddy outside and you won't have a place for your dirty sneakers? Wet/dry bag!  Your child ate too much candy at grandma's and got threw up and now you need to take those gross clothes home to wash? Wet/dry bag! But here are a few of the more common uses for a wet dry pouch.


Wet/Dry Bags for Cloth Diapers

The most common use for our wet/dry bags is for parents who cloth diaper. They make a fantastic everyday carry item for keeping clean cloth diapers readily available while providing a safe, sealed, waterproof place to put dirty diapers. Wet dry bags also readily accept diaper inserts, messy waterproof bibs, training pants, or reusable wipes.


Take a Wet Dry Bag Swimming

Dry/wet bags are an obvious partnership for a swimming outing. Being able to take a single bag with you to the beach or pool, then putting your wet or sandy clothes in a sealed bag that will keep your vehicle dry is an obvious win! The waterproof pocket will even help contain funky-smelling water from a stream, lake, or pond.


Wet/Dry Bags at the Gym

The gym is another great place to use a wet/dry bag. With a pocket perfect for smelly, damp gym clothes and a waterproof liner that resists picking up smells, you'll wonder why you waited so long to get one.


What are Wet Dry Bags Made of?


The cloth outer later of a wet/dry bag can be almost any material, but common materials include cotton, polyester and mesh. But the waterproof wet dry pouch is most commonly made of TPU, a durable, plastic-coated polyester that is waterproof, washable and long lasting.