Top 5 Best Diaper Pails For Odor Control Of 2020

Top 5 Best Diaper Pails For Odor Control Of 2020

Diaper pails help the odour contained, so your nursery doesn’t, well, stink. No one likes a smelly diaper at least 30 of them sitting in a trash bag and stinking up a perfectly pretty Nursery. This is where a pail with a diaper comes in handy. Let’s find out more about Best Diaper Pails For Odor Control.

These specialized trash boxes employ scent sealing mechanisms and absorb odours to keep your baby’s room from smelling like a porta-potty.

Why Do You Need Best Diaper Pails For Odor Control?

A pail of diapers is not an absolute necessity. You can use regular trash in your nursery, it is true. But honestly, you may find yourself breathing through your mouth, rather than through your nose.

If you want the scent of dirty diapers to be really minimised, you have two choices. The first is throwing every used diaper into an external trash can. And that, especially in the middle of the night, can get old, real fast-. Or, you could use a pail for a diaper.

Such containers help reduce unpleasant odours because they are built to lock in the formidable odour of the soiled diapers.
From day one and into childhood, you will be using your diaper pail, so it is an investment that lasts years. And, after the diaper days have passed, some diaper pails may be used as regular trash cans.

What to Consider When Choosing a Diaper Pail?

While all diaper pails seek to solve the question of smell, various models offer different advantages. Here are a few things you can think about when making your decision:
Liners: Many pails with diapers require special refills which can be added up. Others let you use the kitchen trash bags regularly.

How to get the diapers in: Most pails on diapers have either a squeegee mechanism through which you push the dirty diapers, or a trap door or a simple hole through which the diaper may fall.

How to get the diapers out: Do you need to lift a container full of diapers? Or is there a side door to get quickly into the bag?

How We Chose Our Best Diaper Pails?

We were asking thousands of real Babylist families about the items they enjoy the most now that their little one has come. We took the top products that they shared with us and applied our own knowledge and analysis.

Here are the pails for the diaper we think you and your baby will love.

Best-Looking Diaper Pail

Ubbi Diaper Pail

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Why We Love It
Usually, we don’t think the trash can be attractive, but because the Ubbi is made from lightweight steel and available in a variety of colours, it’s easy to find a nice match for your nursery.

In addition to good looks, the steel structure of the Ubbi stops odours from streaming into the container itself (which can happen using plastic), eliminating the yuck factor as a champ.

It also has a child lock on the lid to avoid “exploring” your baby. The bonus? With this, you can use a normal kitchen trash bag or reusable towel liner.

Keep in Mind
Unlike other options which feature a hands-free opening foot lever, the Ubbi needs a free hand to open the top slider.
What drsufisparenting community parents say
Love it!  It’s sleek and it holds unwanted odours. Plus it’s big so we are going to change the bag about once a week. “-Ruby S

High-Tech Odor Fighter

Playtex Diaper Genie Complete Diaper Pail

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Why We Love It
The traditional diaper pail uses a clamping new system and special bags of its own to seal off every diaper that you stuff into the garbage.

Because every stink bomb is enclosed, when you open the trash can or change the bag, as usually happens with other models, you won’t get a blast of nasty air coming up.

Keep in MInd
You do need a squeezing function to compress the diaper. Assure that used diapers are packed securely so they don’t leak when you handle them.

What  drsufisparenting community Parents Say
“I never feel the odour of the Diaper Genie, and it is easy to refill.” -Diana

Best Budget Diaper Pail

Baby Trend Diaper Champ Deluxe

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Why We Love It
The Diaper Champ Deluxe is a simple diaper pail with a flip-top, rotating lid that cuts down on odour. You can place a diaper in the top with one hand, and turn the handle over to move it to the trash bag.

But what parents enjoy most is that you don’t need specialized pail liners for the diaper (aka garbage bags) or scent pucks.

You can use standard kitchen trash bags and, if you like, keep an open box of baking soda in the bottom, making the long-term cost of this pail virtually zero.

Keep in Mind
Smaller pail, which means that every few days you will have to change the trash bag.

Easiest Diaper Pail to Change

Munchkin STEP Diaper Pail

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Why We Love It

A container of dirty diapers is surprisingly big, and some pails make lifting a full bag out an Olympic feat. But the Munchkin didn’t. It’s a breeze to recharge with a step-lever that opens to let you change the bag.

Plus, snaps off the top of the bag, keeping unpleasant odours enclosed. Like your own personal diaper fairy, the Munchkin even sprinkles a piece of baking powder into the trash bag every time a diaper is deposited.

Keep in Mind
While we like how the Munchkin seals the top of the bag after moving through a diaper, some parents have mentioned getting their hands trapped in the self-sealing system when they drop the diaper into it.

You will also need to buy the special pail liners (aka trash bags) and refill the baking soda cartridges, making this a long-term pricer option.

Best Hands-Free Diaper Pail

Diaper Dekor Plus Diaper Pail

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Why We Love It
Like the Munchkin, the Dekor also boasts a side door to change a full bag of diapers and requires a strong, powdery fragrance of its own special bags.

But the best advantage of this pail is that through some kind of squeegee mechanism you don’t have to stuff dirty diapers. The trapdoor easily opens when it gets weighed down by a diaper. And it does have a hands-free opening foot lever!

Keep in Mind
The refill liners can be difficult to install. Be sure to read the directions, or view the video, to get it right down.

What  drsufisparenting community Parents Say,
“High pricy refilling, but now I am using regular garbage bags in it … it holds plenty of diapers.” –

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Dr Sufia Shaikh

Myself Dr Sufia, Doctor by profession speciality in Woman's Health with an experience more than 14 years. I do blogging on Pregnancy & Parenting Tips.

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