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bagged and then taken out to the trash, seems like constantly
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You can also use the disposal bags that are offered by S.A.C., they contain the odors and they are biodegradable...
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we used the scented baby diaper sacks but they were too small. Now there are adult sized ones. check www.reverecare.com for them
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I use ziplock bags to dispose of the soiled diapers and wipes. Then I put them into odor control trash bags inside a small covered trash can in the bathroom. The just wet diapers, I put into the same container. Be sure to pull the drawstring tight each time you add something to the can. Dispose of this bag daily or more often if the smell is really bad. I spray an odor eliminator into the bag and into the air of the bathroom and bedroom. There are several good odor eliminators, don't use regular Lysol too much, as this sometimes seems to cause breathing problems. Just be sure you use an odor eliminator not an air freshener. They come in unscented and many really nice floral, spice and fruity scents.
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Forgot to add... this bag goes into regular size garbage bag and then immediately into outside garbage can. Soiled diapers are not allowed to stay in the house for any length of time.
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I use scented plastic bags - 2 at a time, alot of lysol spray and slow release room deoderizers. I also mop Mom's room everyday with lavendar fabulosa or scented lysol. Good luck.
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