The Ultimate Children's Design Resource

Ubbi Diaper Pail Review

So diapers are a fact of life when it comes to babies. And lots of them. No really…LOTS. I almost forgot just how many diapers babies go through in their first several months of life until my second son was born a few months ago. Seriously, the little guy could go through twelve diapers a day! Now at the three-month mark, we’ve dropped down to about eight a day—that’s still a lot. So, where do you put them all? Traditional diaper pails can often be an eyesore. Who wants to ruin a very carefully designed nursery by throwing in a purely utilitarian item to hold diapers? And don’t you even think about making do with a cute wastepaper basket because all those diapers can get awfully stinky. And unless you want to be running your garbage out of the house five times a day, you better find something to contain the clutter and the smell.

The Ubbi Diaper Pail is the perfect solution. Not only does it hold all those stinky diapers and the accompanying smell, it looks great! Available in vibrant and neutral color choices, your diaper pail can fit seamlessly into your nursery design.

Made of steel, the diaper pail will contain but not absorb the odor of the diapers. I can definitely attest to that. My own Ubbi pail has been sitting in the corner of my living room (don’t judge!) filled with stinky diapers, and I can’t smell a thing. I also like the sturdiness of the steel; its weight keeps it from sliding around on the floor. The absolute best thing about the Ubbi diaper pail? It uses regular garbage bags! No more fiddling around with expensive liners; just grab one of your regular kitchen garbage bags, and you’re all set. Ubbi also sells a cloth liner if you are going the cloth/reusable diaper route.

If you feel like incorporating your diaper pail even more into your nursery design, Ubbi offers colorful decals in a number of different designs that you can decorate your pail with.

To ensure this product fit our readers’ needs,
Project Nursery received a sample for review.

About the author
Beth, Project Nursery’s Editor, lives in Upstate New York with her husband and their two boys—an inquisitive four-year-old and a busy two-year-old. Beth is a work-from-home mom who loves writing, crafting and all things kid design.
| Website | View all articles by

Get Project Nursery delivered!

The Project Nursery Shop

Sign up for emails and be entered to win a $150 gift card to the PN Shop!