Wet bags

An awesome re-use of giftbag ribbon straps?  Re-use them to make a wet bag.  A little matching PUL and you can whip up a wetbag in no time! Wetbags are perfect for soiled cloth or disposable. Or for wet clothes and bathing suits (I'm dreaming about beach days).  They're handy to have in any diaper bag.

Cost: $1.50 for the PUL.  Couldn't resist those monkeys.


  1. So, this post inspired me. Last summer we tried composting but it got messy and stinky really fast. We were cooking with lots of fresh fruits and veggies and just kept things in a bucket by the door. Then when it was full we'd take it out. We didn't want to take it out each time we added to it as that would get old fast.
    So, I'm wondering if we used a wet bag with velcro to keep scraps in until we emptied them out. I think it might keep the smell down and the fruit flies away. Also, it'd be easy to clean them out. Think it would work?
    I don't have any PUL right now but will look for some the next time I get to Joann's.

  2. certainly you can give wetbags a go, but i'd lean to a bin with a reusable filter. http://www.amazon.com/Norpro-Gallon-Ceramic-Compost-Keeper/dp/B000K76CPK/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I4LVD87X50ADM&colid=1N0KFAKSBMABR



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