What's in a Wet Bag

What's in a Wet Bag

If you're anything like me, you have a number of wet bags laying around the house, ready for any emergency that life with small children can throw at you. So just what can you do with a wet bag? Perhaps the more pertinent question would be, what can't you do with one! Read on...

Together with our fabulous Facebook family, we came up with 40 uses for the Pop-in Tote Bags. Can you think of any more?

Small Size

  • For a day out – will hold 6 nappies
  • Pop your used soap nuts in them to store until you’re ready to make floor cleaner, spray and wipe, shampoo, hand soap, etc.
  • Bibs, dummies, spoons
  • Toiletry bag for kiddies
  • Keep your hand sanitiser, nappy rash cream, powder, etc together in the nappy bag
  • Great to group small toys (ie, doll’s clothes, matchbox cars, little girl jewellery)
  • Swimwear
  • Snacks
  • Drink bottles
  • Wipes – wet or dry
  • Hat, sunscreen, sunnies
  • Spare change of clothes for a day out
  • Nursing pads
  • Cloth menstrual pads
  • Last-resort travel sick bag (we kid you not)
  • Homework
  • Goodie bag for traveling (to include book, toy, pencils, colouring book, snacks)
  • Dirty picnic utensils
  • Medicine bag
  • Peg bag
  • Games storage

Medium size

  • For overnight – will hold 10 nappies
  • Toiletry bag for mum – can hold brush, hair dryer, make-up bag
  • Swimwear PLUS a beach towel
  • Library bag
  • Overnight bag with spare change of clothes, pyjamas, small toiletry bag and toy
  • Training pants and brolly sheet
  • Makeshift change mat
  • Bath toys
  • Bedding bag for daycare sheets
  • Shoes
  • Knitting bag
  • Sewing projects that you don’t want to get mixed up with other things
  • Reusable shopping bag

Large Size

  • For a weekend away – will hold 15 nappies
  • The perfect size to use as a pail liner
  • Dirty clothes bag – stored in the suitcase to fill as needed
  • Beach toys – spades, buckets, ball
  • One for each child to place on their bedroom door for dirty clothes – they just need to remember to empty it into the laundry hamper on wash day!
  • Makeshift mattress protector
  • Dropsheet for under the highchair

If you're new to the wonderful world of modern cloth, you might find yourself lacking in the area of wet bags. Why not arm yourself with a Pop-in Tote Bag and join the reusable bag brigade?

Mar 22, 2018 Close Parent Australia

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