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Buttons Diapers Large Wet Bag Review

As my readers know, I am a recent fan of Buttons Diapers. I prefer all-in-two diapers to other types of cloth diapers. My favorite features of the diapers offered by the brand are the double leg gusset and the snap-in insert. For more information about Buttons Diapers, be sure to check out my full Buttons Diapers Review. Because of my newfound love of the brand, when the company recently offered me the chance to review a new wet bag, I jumped at the opportunity.

Front of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag Back of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag

When I am out and about with my daughter, I prefer to carry a smaller wet bag as opposed to the large pail liner that I use at home. One of my travel wet bags is homemade and the other is a China cheapie with a broken zipper. Both work okay to hold one or two dirty diapers while on the go, but neither is spectacular. Thus, I was super excited to review a large green with white dots wet bag from Buttons Diapers.

My new large Buttons Diapers wet bag measures fourteen inches by fourteen inches. More specifically a wet-dry bag, the bag holds up to six diapers. The slightly smaller pocket is the dry pocket while the full size pocket is a wet pocket lined with a waterproof lining. The large wet bag from Buttons Diapers holds up to six diapers.

Upon receiving my Buttons Diapers wet bag, I decided to test out the size. I hung the wet bag on the closet door in the nursery and used the bag as my dirty diaper bag that day. The large bag truly does hold six diapers. And one of those diapers was an overstuffed nighttime diaper! For our regular outings, the Buttons Diapers large wet bag offers more than enough room for my family to stash dirty diapers.

Inside the Dry Pocket of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag Inside the Wet Pocket of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag

Washing my Buttons Diapers wet bag is incredibly easy. I start by unzipping both pockets and dumping out any diapers into my washing machine. I then toss the entire wet bag into the washer and wash following my usual cloth diaper laundry routine. I then allow the wet bag to air dry, tossing the bag into the dryer for only ten minutes to zap any remaining moisture. I then fold the waterproof lining back inside the wet pocket and start the cycle again.

In terms of quality, I am extremely pleased with my Buttons Diapers wet bag. The stitching is consistent. I cannot find any loose threads. Both zippers are holding up despite repeated use and washing. At $16 per bag, my Buttons Diapers is priced just right!

Final Verdict: If you are in the market for a wet bag, I highly recommend the large wet-dry bag from Buttons Diapers. The quality is high while still offering an affordable option for parents using cloth diapers. I am particularly impressed by the number of diapers that the large size holds.

Empty Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag Full Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag

For more information or to make a purchase, check out the Buttons Diapers website. You can also follow Buttons Diapers on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube. If you plan to make a purchase, please use my affiliate link to Buttons Diapers. You can also purchase Buttons Diapers products via Amazon.

Image Credits

Front of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag © 2014 Heather Johnson
Back of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag © 2014 Heather Johnson
Inside the Dry Pocket of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag © 2014 Heather Johnson
Inside the Wet Pocket of the Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag © 2014 Heather Johnson
Empty Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag © 2014 Heather Johnson
Full Large Buttons Diapers Wet Bag © 2014 Heather Johnson

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50 Comments

  1. Geneveigh Sewell

    January 7, 2016 at 6:22 pm

    I had no clue Buttons offered wet bags!! This is a cute print and I like that it’s wet/dry.

  2. Tabitha Luczak

    January 9, 2016 at 1:48 pm

    I love wet bags especially larger travel size with a wet/dry feature!

  3. Amber Ludwig

    January 13, 2016 at 9:33 am

    Oh wetbags!!! They are so amazing!! I am learning more and more ways to use them too!! I saw a lady post that she stores her compost in hers till the spring!! What a great idea!! I love the hanging hook on this one!!

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