Mila..lynn tak pakai/beli wetbag pun setelah berbulan2 berCDing ni. Rasanya kedekut nk squeeze more money on that. I already spent more than RM1000 for the CDs itselves. Plus the detergents, extra inserts, custom-bought diaper making materials, diaper covers, shipping, customs, postage and the list go on..go on..go on. If you are planning on to buy one which will costs you another +-RM40, make sure it worth the usage. The material they used to make a wetbag is equals to the diaper itself. PUL fabric, or anything that will contained the wetness. Laminated fabric is not always a PUL. Polyester or cotton and many more that can be laminated with plastic-like layer.
What i used to put my soiled CDs is ANY PLASTIC BAG that i could grab my hands on. Yup, plain un-interesting grocery plastic bags. It's relatively cheap or free and it serves the purpose. I always put 2-3 plastic bags in the car (in case the kids need a diaper change while on the go). While i always support green living lifestyle and recycle and re-use and re-fashioned, i never hate plastic bags. They will served me as dustbin liners to throw away wet garbage, and they are also MY WETBAGS. I never put "buying black garbage plastic bags" as my priority when i go for monthly shopping. See..i'm not sure how you will take in the idea of using plastic bag as a wetbag. But i'm surviving half a year now without the REAL WETBAG. Hehehe..no offense, but i'm kinda cheapskate too :p
Mila, you can buy the wetbag. No one says otherwise. If you like the idea on putting the soiled-smelly-wet-stinky-yucky cloth diapers in the fancy wetbag, go on. Hahaha..as for me, i just like to handle my life the simpler way. I have two kids, its already chaotic (the cute kind of chaotic). Less is more, and recycle as much as i can. Okay dear?