Monday, August 11, 2014

{Mommy's Little Miracle} Ubbi World Diaper Pails

*Mommy's Obsessions received a complimentary diaper pail for review in exchange for our honest thoughts and opinions*

Today Mommy's Little Miracle is featuring a diaper pail that is revolutionizing the way we store our dirty diapers - the Ubbi World Diaper Pail!

Diapers are an essential when it comes to raising a baby, because lets face it, your baby can't be diaperless! One of my biggest pet peeves when it came to diapering Little Mister is that the dirty diaper - whether it be cloth or disposable, ALWAYS stunk up the diaper pail, which in turn stunk up the room! It was frustrating to always walk into Little Mister's room and have it have a lingering smell, so when it came time to start thinking about a diaper pail for Little Boy's room, I was determined to find something that didn't smell!

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About Ubbi World
(As from their website)

"Enter the world of Ubbi... where innovative products are created with parents and children in mind. Under the Ubbi name, you will find unique, quality products that are designed to be easy to use, helping to simplify parents' lives while keeping babies as happy and safe as can be.
From concept to final creation, the Ubbi team works together every step of the way to bring you the best in design and value. The first of our products to launch, the Ubbi diaper pail symbolizes our customer focused philosophy and embodies our innovative capabilities. The Ubbi diaper pail is simple and easy to operate but utilizes innovative materials and an intricate design to achieve maximum odor control. The Ubbi diaper pail was machine-cycle tested and put under strict quality control requirements to prove its superior functionality and ultimate value."


Photo Credits: Ubbi World

Ubbi World was generous enough to send me a diaper pail and a cloth diaper pail liner to review for the Mommy's Little Miracle event! I do have to say that Ubbi's Diaper pail was a big 'shove in the right direction' as far as choosing colors/theme for our nursery - they asked if I would be willing to review the new red pail that is an exclusive for Target, and I was happy to oblige. Because of the vibrant red pail we were being sent, I found the inspiration for Little Boy's Make Believe Nursery! So thank you for that Ubbi! 

Before I even received my Ubbi Diaper Pail, the thing that really impressed me is that although the Ubbi Diaper Pail is primarily for disposable diaper use, you can totally use it with cloth diapers as well! I was smitten before it even arrived! 

When the Ubbi Diaper Pail and Cloth Diaper Pail Liner arrived the first thing I noticed was that the diaper pail was smaller than what I was use to. With Little Mister I had a competitor brand diaper pail so I was use to the height on that. I was excited to open the box and really get a feel for the Ubbi Diaper Pail! 

When I opened it up, the first thing I noticed was the vibrancy of the red. Whether you refer to it as fire engine or candy apple, the color of the pail is stunning and a perfect addition to any nursery that has red in it's color scheme! I love the modern and sleek look of the Ubbi Diaper Pail and the fact that it is made from steel. I was excited to see if it would hold up to the "no stink" promises that it made on the website, especially since we would be using our pail with cloth diapers!


The diaper pail has a unique closure system that truly does keep the oder of your soiled diapers, in the pail rather than in the nursery. To open the diaper pail you must first turn the lock into the unlocked position, then using the small handle, press down and slide the lid toward the back of the pail. 


Once the lid is open, simply drop your solid diaper into the pail, slide the lid forward to close it, and turn the child lock to it's locked position! Of course, you can choose not to lock the lid and may not want to if your little one is not yet crawling or walking, but once they are it is quite convenient to have that locking option! 


Perhaps the best feature of the Ubbi Diaper Pail is that you don't have to keep buying disposable refills for it like you would have to with other brands! If you so choose, Ubbi does offer plastic bags and cloth pail liners for you to use in your pail, otherwise you can use whatever sort of kitchen or other trash bag you'd like! Not only are you able to use whatever type of bag you would like with your Ubbi pail, but they make it very simple to load your bag and remove it from your pail when it is full! 


In addition to the pail, Ubbi sent me their Cloth Diaper Pail Liner which I was extremely excited about since I will be using my Ubbi Diaper Pail with cloth diapers! Their Cloth Diaper Pail Liner is waterproof, biodegradable, washable and reusable, and is odor resistant, making this pail liner a fantastic option for those who use cloth!


There is even a convenient drawstring to cinch the bag as you are transporting it from your child's nursery to the laundry room!

My only complaint about the Cloth Diaper Pail Liner is that it does need to be washed separately from your cloth diapers. My cloth diaper wash cycle includes a rinse, a long wash, and an extra rinse, and after two washes with our cloth diapers, the drawstring had broken apart and come out of the liner itself. Although it is not a huge deal, at least for us, I wish the drawstring would have lasted a little longer than those two washes.


Overall I am absolutely in love with our Ubbi Diaper Pail and it makes such a perfect addition to our nursery! I got several weeks of use with the Ubbi Diaper Pail before Little Mister potty trained and Ubbi held up to its promise of "no stinks"! The nursery (thats where we had continued to change Little Misters diapers) never smelt like soiled diapers and we never had any problems with the quality of the Ubbi Diaper Pail. It makes a beautiful, modern addition to the nursery while serving a convenient purpose, and it's a fun pop of color to an otherwise simple nursery!


To Purchase: Visit Ubbi World to browse the various colors of diaper pails and to grab some accessories! 

To Win: Mommy's Obsessions and Ubbi World want to give one lucky reader a Diaper Pail of their own! Winner gets their choice of color!


Entry-Form

Congrats to Julie Lee!

The Giveaway will close late on the evening of August 26th. The winner will be chosen at random through  Giveaway Tools. The winner will be announced both on Giveaway Tools form as well as notified by email and announced on Mommy's Obsessions Facebook. Winner must respond within 48 hours of receiving their winner's email otherwise they will forfeit their prize and a new winner will be chosen. The winner will have their prize sent to them by Ubbi World. Mommy's Obsessions and other participating bloggers are not responsible for prize shipment. Must be 18 years and older. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Google are in no way affiliated with this giveaway. No Purchase Necessary. Void where prohibited by law. US Only. This review is 100% original and in my own words. Everything written is from my own personal view point and opinions and I have not been influenced by any outside sources. What works for me, may not work for you. All photos have been taken by me unless stated otherwise. I have been provided with product to review by Ubbi World however I have not been compensated monetarily for this review. This disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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136 comments:

  1. I use cloth, my babies are allergic to disposables!

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  2. Cloth diapering. Only use disposables if the baby has "stomach bug!"

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  3. My favorite is the purple, but the navy blue or red will go with the baby's nursery.

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  4. I love the dark navy blue and the orange color pails equally- tough tough decision!

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  5. All these vibrant colors are amazing! The hot pink is gorgeous!!

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  6. All the vibrant colors are amazing. The hot pink is absolutely stunning. We don't have a LO just yet but we plan to CD

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  7. We have been cloth diapering for 16mths! Wanted this pail but ended up getting a less expensive one. Would love to win this for now and future babies :-)

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  8. I would like to mix both cloth diapers and disposable diapers.

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  9. Would love one of these for my 4 month old son's bedroom and so would love the orange one would go prefect with his crib bedding set. Huge thanks got chance to win this.

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  10. A mix of both cloth diapers and disposable diapers.

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  11. I am using disposable diapers so this would be very nice to have

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  12. I would love to have the orange diaper pal!

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  13. When you don't know if its a boy or girl, I like the grey color Diaper Pail.

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  14. We plan on using a mix of disposables and cloth diapers.

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  15. I like the gray, robin's egg blue, and orange. I think I would pick orange for our nursery.

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  16. I love the cloth lining on it and I think the Light Pink one is pretty.

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  17. I use cloth during the day and disposable at night! My 2 1/2 year olds pee can't be contained with cloth at night!

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  18. I plan on using disposable diapers!

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  19. I love the grey color! Would go very nicely with my baby's pink/grey elephant nursery :o)

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  20. I am currently using disposables right now in the newborn stage and when he can fit into the one size diapers we are going to cloth diaper.

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  21. My daughter would LOVE the purple pail! She's all about that color right now. The hot pink, light pink, or pistachio would also match her room decor.

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  22. We plan on using disposables at the very beginning then switching to cloth after we get adjusted to this new life with our first child. Only a few more weeks to go! (Miriam Matheny)

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  23. The red would go great in our nursery. It is mechanic/car themed (Miriam Matheny)

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  24. We are expecting in December and are going to cloth diaper but since buying newborn cloth diapers can be a little pricey for something that lasts so short a time, we will probably use eco-friendly disposables for the first few weeks or until our cloth diapers fit our little girl! :)

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  25. Also, I love the Robin's Egg Blue pail but would choose the light pink or white for my baby girl's nursery! :)

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  26. I THINK MY DAUGHTER WOULD LIKE THE AQUA ONE SINCE THEY DONT HAVE YELLOW WHICH IS THE COLOR OF THE ROOM

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  27. I use cloth diaper and i would be using for just that love the light blue so pretty!!

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  28. We use disposables and cloth.

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  29. Love all the colors! Would probably pick the crème color to match my sons room! We use a mixture of both, but want to switch fully to cloth :)

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  30. I love the light pink for our little girl due in November. I would choose the Pistachio because it would work for future baby boy, too. :)

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  31. Purple is my favorite color, but I probably would choose colors that went better with my decor. If it were in the bathroom where my current pail (just a lidded trash can) is, I would pick pistachio to match the frogs in there. If it were in my daughter's room, I would choose light pink. If it were in my son's room, I'd go with robin's egg blue. In the downstairs bathroom, I might be able to get away with purple.

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  32. If it were for me I would love the Purple Pail, but my daughter would like the Orange or Sky Blue Pail

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  33. I like the navy blue and the orange. I am planning on going full cloth diaper, but it will probably be both.

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  34. I love the ivory pail, grey is a close second!

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  35. Light blue matches my sons room perfectly

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  36. I going to use a mix of 7th Generation or Babyganics diapers and Tidy Tots Cloth Diapers. And I like the grey pail color.

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  37. Red or orange to hard to pick between them

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  38. Pistachio! Green is a popular color in my household.

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  39. I just started cloth diapering my 4 month old daughter :)

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  40. We used cloth diapers with baby #1 and are definitely planning to use them even more with baby #2! :)

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  41. We would keep our pail in the bathroom for easy access after spraying off cloth diapers, so I would go with purple! :)

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  42. I would pick the ivory color, very gender neutral...

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  43. I use disposable diapers but might try some cloth diapers!

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  44. I love the pistachio and grey! It's tough to choose between the two.

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  45. For our soon-to-be, we're hoping to use cloth.

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  46. We use cloth diapers and this would be great to have.

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  47. Disposable I wish I was the cloth diaper type. Lol. Neat that this diaper pail works for both!

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  48. I really like the gray pail. Clean and sleek!

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  49. So far we are 95% cloth diapers!

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  50. I'd like the white or cream colored one.

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  51. I like the red, the navy blue, and the ivory. Also the gray!

    -Hannah Avery

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  52. We started cloth with our first when she was 3 months and plan on using cloth only from birth with #2 due anytime! It took awhile to find a night time solution for our 1st but are now 100% cloth and loving it! These pails are so gorgeous and very functional for cloth! A planet wise liner fits PERFECT. Fingers crossed for this one!

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  53. We would choose either the teal or the bright pink/raspberry color! So pretty!

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  54. I like the white or navy blue. We use disposable diapers :)

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  55. I used sposies on my son for his first 11 months, and made the switch to cloth diapers last month. He is almost 1, I didn't realize cloth diapering is as easy as it is or I would have used them from day 1!

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  56. The robins egg, and orange are gorgeous! But I would probably get the red because my sons theme is mickey mouse.

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  57. We use exclusively cloth diapers. My first had a severe reaction to the chemicals in disposables :(

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  58. So many beautiful colors! But I think Robin's egg is my favorite.

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  59. Oh, the hot pink or the light pink, for sure!!! :)

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  60. i like the red it is nice and bright and i liked the review s helpful and doesn't seem to hard to open and close the locking lid is a smart idea

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  61. We will be using both for my best friends baby

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  62. I want to try a mix of both cloth diapers and disposable diapers. I need to research cloth diapers because I have no clue about anything in that world :) Thanks!

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  63. I would choose the white or the pistachio.

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  64. I love that you can use this with cloth diapers! It's so hard to find a user friendly CD pail that also keeps kids out! I love the green color, but really they're all gorgeous!

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  65. I think that I would really love the Navy Blue Diaper Pail! They have so many color choices!

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  66. I currently use disposable diapers, but as soon as I build up my stash I am switching (and as soon as I use up all the disposables that I have from my first daughter!)

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  67. I use cloth almost all the time. I keep disposables on hand for daddy and some outfits that cloth won't fit over.

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  68. I think the gray would be perfect for my little girl's room!

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  69. I love the Grey pail- beautiful color!

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  70. We use cloth diapers at home and disposables when traveling

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  71. I use cloth for my little one!

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  72. The hot pink is my favorite color.

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  73. We would be using disposable diapers

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  74. Thxs for the review. The red would go great with our ladybug theme

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  75. I love the red and the teal. My daughter's nursery is dr suess so those work great!

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  76. I am in love with the red and gray! I would go so well with the baby room and with each gender!

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  77. This pail looks amazing - the whole package. I love the bright pop of color that the red one brings, it's my favorite.

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  78. I like the lime green, it is my favorite color and neutral.

    Carly D.

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  79. Love the grey color to match the nursery!!

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  80. I like the idea of cloth diapers but with our busy schedule we will be using disposable diapers.

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  81. We use cloth diapers and love it!

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  82. I love the hot pink, but I try to keep things neutral so I would go with pistachio

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  83. The red would go great in my daughter's room!

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  84. My favorite is the Light Pink diaper pail.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  85. Love all the bright colors, especially pistachio.

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  86. While I absolutely love the Navy and Orange ones, white would probably look best in my son's nursery.

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  87. Katherine KirkpatrickAugust 26, 2014 at 12:03 PM

    Light blue or gray :)

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  88. Katherine KirkpatrickAugust 26, 2014 at 12:04 PM

    Cloth fully

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  89. I love the robin's egg blue one!

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  90. I would love the gray one since my 16m son and dd due in November will be sharing a room so I'm using shades of gray as my base color for the room

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  91. I'm planning on using disposable

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  92. Stephen Tara SowardsAugust 26, 2014 at 4:46 PM

    I think the pistachio color is beautiful!

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  93. I like the white diaper pail.

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  94. I plan on using cloth diapers. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  95. I like the orange color! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  96. All the colors are beautiful but my favorite is red.

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  97. I currently use disposable diapers but I am planning to use cloth diapers.

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  98. I use disposable diapers, however, I'd love to try out cloth diapers someday soon.

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  99. I love the pinks and the purple one, but the light grey would probably be the best choice for me.

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