Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Nappybin
Nappy Bin for a Happier, Healthier HomeIf you have a new addition to your family, it is likely that nappies are being used quite abit in your home, especially if you are somewhat environmentally conscious or simplycannot afford the high prices of disposable, one-time use diapers. Babies will likely useabout 12 to 15 nappies a day. In order to keep everything hygienic and clean, a greatway to keep germs at bay is to purchase a nappy bin to store the used nappies beforethey can be washed. There is a wide array currently available on the market that canmeet any variety of needs.The most basic bin will simply provide a new mother with a small to medium containerwith a tightly fitting lid that will keep smells locked in. These containers usually comewith a sturdy handle so that they are easily moved where necessary. If you are on abudget, the basic choice will do the job just as well as anything else. If some moremoney is available there are several additional features to consider when selectingyour nappy container. Since containing smells is usually one of the top reasons forsequestering nappies to begin with, purchasing a deodorizing bin may be a smart idea.Furthermore, antibacterial selections can minimize the spread of bacteria and preventdiseases. Finally, if your home has any number of prying little fingers, a container with achild-proof lock may be a good idea to keep things orderly and sanitized.Choosing to use nappies can mean a great deal of money saved as well as a positiveimpact on our environment, however it is also important that your home maintains basicliving conditions for you and your family. Taking measures to prevent odors and harmfulbacteria will result in a happy, healthy home.