Most diaper pails are made of plastic. The problem with plastic is that it absorbs odors and leaves a lingering smell that cannot be cleaned away. So even when the pail is empty the odors are still there. These pails also fail to contain the smell because they are poorly sealed allowing odors to leak out even when the pail is closed. Ubbi diaper pail is made of powder-coated steel which odors cannot penetrate. Rubber seals are used to prevent leaks and keep odors locked in when the pail is closed. Its innovative sliding lid design minimizes air disruption to prevent odors from escaping ensuring optimal odor control.
Ubbi diaper pail has been specially designed to be the easiest diaper disposal system to load, use, empty and clean. It's ready to use right out of the box, no assembly required. Just load a bag and close the top lid. Ubbi doesn't require any filter, battery, cartridge or special bag - any standard tall kitchen trash bag fits in. This doesn't only make Ubbi economical, it also makes it flexible and convenient.
Ubbi diaper pail's smooth oval shaped design adds subtle lines, while providing simplicity and allowing it to fit into tight spaces. Ubbi is highly streamlined, inspired by the clean aesthetics of nurseries.
Most diaper pails on the market are made of plastic which absorbs odors and are poorly sealed allowing odors to leak out. Ubbi diaper pail is made of powder-coated steel and rubber seals to prevent leaks and keep odors locked in. Additionally, the powder-coated steel construction makes Ubbi sturdier and more durable than the other diaper pails on the market. Lastly, Ubbi doesn't require any filter, battery, cartridge or special bag - any standard tall kitchen trash bag fits in. This doesn't only make Ubbi economical, it also makes it flexible and convenient.
Ubbi diaper pail can be customized with unique attractive peel-and-stick decals to complement the decor of any nursery. A series of unique creative decal designs to customize Ubbi diaper pail is available to choose from and sold separately.
The decals are easy peel-and-stick. The self-adhesive backing can be repositioned and removed without any surface damage.
Yes, you don't have to worry about your child putting anything in your pail. Ubbi diaper pail has a safety childproof lock button that helps keep small children from opening the lid.
Ubbi diaper pail holds approximately 58 newborn diapers, 50 #1 diapers, 41 #2 diapers, 38 #3 diapers, 31 #4 diapers and 23 #5
You will know it is time to change the bag of the Ubbi diaper pail once you can no longer comfortably place more diapers into it. Filling the bag beyond capacity will lead to premature wear on the bag and is not recommended.
Ubbi diaper pail is basically maintenance free. However, like everything in a baby's room, it should be cleaned periodically. Wipe surface with cloth or sponge that has been dampened with warm water and mild soap to clean and disinfect. Do not use an abrasive cleaner.
No, Ubbi diaper pail doesn't require a special bag liner. You can use any regular tall kitchen bag. Not only that feature makes Ubbi economical, it also makes it flexible and convenient. However, specially designed Ubbi biodegradable refill bags are available and sold separately. Ubbi refill bags are biodegradable, which means that the plastic has a bio-resin additive within it. When added to the standard polymer during production, the bio-resin turns the bag into active biodegradable plastic. These liners will break down in landfill and will not leave any toxic residues or chemicals to pollute soil or water after degrading. Alternatively they are compostable and recyclable.
Ubbi diaper pail is designed to hold newborn and toddler sized diapers. "Pull-up" pants and reusable diapers, if rolled properly tight will fit inside the unit.
23"(H) x 15"(D) x 10.75"(W)
58cm (H) x 38cm (D) x 27cm (W)
Please go to www.ubbiworld.com for additional information or if you have any problem with your Ubbi diaper pail.
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