Having a baby can bring lots of new things to your house…cribs, diapers, formula, little tiny clothes, toys EVERYWHERE, the same movies being played several times a day, strollers, and car seats. One thing having a baby doesn’t have to bring is a stinky diaper smell. Let me back up, you will have stinky diapers, no way around that sorry, but your house doesn’t have to smell like a big stinky diaper.
Whisper Diaper Pail is the answer to keeping your house smelling like roses instead of dead ones. It uses an odor-free aerosol spray to attracts odor and lock them away. This pail uses three levels of odor protection to keep the stink in. It is practically impossible for any stink molecules to escape! It is as easy to use as 1, 2, 3!
With the Whisper Odor-Free Diaper Pail you just spray, drop, and spray. Simple! Before changing baby’s diaper press the button on the top of the lid to release an odor-free aerosol spray. This sprays “a fine mist of ODOGard spray molecules over the dirty diapers. ODOGard goes to work immediately and stops old odors from escaping.” Then using your foot, press the lid lever to lift the lid and drop your baby’s diaper through the trap door. Remove your foot to lower the lid and press the button on the top to release another spray of ODOGard. This attracts the new stink and locks the smell inside the pail.
I received a Whisper Odor-Free Diaper Pail to use in my nursery. Until now I have been a diaper pail I got for a present when Beckham was born. I liked it because it held a lot of diapers (less work for me). I didn’t like that I had to use special pail liners and that it didn’t completely lock the stink away. If Beckham had a really smelly diaper I had to take it right outside or his room, the hall, and even our family room would start to smell. I NEVER want one of those houses that you can smell you have a child when you walk in the front door. So while this diaper pail was doing the job of holding diapers, it didn’t make me completely happy. That is why I was excited to try the Whisper Odor-Free Diaper Pail.
The Whisper Diaper Pail comes completely assembled. Just pop in the aerosol spray and you are on your way! (I did read the directions though just to make sure I didn’t jack up my new diaper pail.) The Whisper Diaper Pail uses regular trash can liners. They suggest using 6-8 gallon bags but I have been using 13 gallon since that is what we use in our kitchen. Just stick the bag in and gather any extra in the back, place the inside can back in, then snap on the trap door, and DONE!
It is really easy to use and I quite like it. At first I had a hard time remembering to spray BEFORE changing Beckham’s diaper but after using it for a few days I have gotten the hang of it. I do try to press the button without Beckham noticing and I haven’t shown him what it does. I don’t want him wasting the spray. If you do have touchy babies though, there is a spray lock button under the lid to make it so your baby can’t press and press and press.
One thing I didn’t really like about my original diaper pail was if I ran out of special liner I couldn’t use it until I bought more. While this does have an aerosol that needs to be replaced, you can use it in the mean time. Each aerosol can provides up to 200 diaper changes but the frugal mom in me comes out and I only use it when we have a stinky diaper. Call me silly because each spray only costs less than 4 cents but if I can stretch my pennies I will…especially with another baby on the way.
While I really like this pail I feel like it doesn’t hold as much as my previous pail, meaning I have to take the trash out more often. The pail is shorter (as shown in the comparison pictures above) and although it is wider the pail in the inside that holds the diapers is still narrow. Also the trap door needs to have enough room inside the pail to open into it. If your diapers are stacked too high inside the door can’t open. I wish it held more because I hate taking out the trash. Not a deal breaker, just my least favorite part.
The Whisper Odor-Free Diaper Pail retails for $64.99 and comes with a can of spray. Mine also came with a twin pack of sprays but I am assuming that is not normal. (I couldn’t find anything on the box that said what was included inside nor is it listed on Amazon.)