My word but babies can be smelly little things can’t they? I thought I had smelt the worst until Aria started solids, wowza girlfriend ain’t a lady!
I’ve always used a nappy disposal system but I was pretty chuffed when the kind folks at Korbell sent me one of thier bins, especially because it was mint green *heart eye emojis*
So let me tell you a little bit about the Korbell bin and why you need one…
- It’s easy peasy: when Aria was still tiny it was so easy to change her nappy. She lay so nice and still and we were literally done in a minute. Now, it’s a whole different story! She is so busy and rolls around grabbing everything that she can get her hands on. Sometimes it feels like I need two sets of hands to change her. The Korbell bin makes things so much easier: all I need to do is step on the pedal and drop the dirty nappy so that it falls through the trap door into the pail.
- Stink be gone: there is nothing worse than the smell of a dirty nappy. No, I lied, there is nothing worse than the smell of a three day old dirty nappy. Thank goodness the Korbell bin has a triple seal system, plus the refill bags have a lovely scent to them. The only time there is the slightest smell is when you throw a dirty nappy through the trap door into the pail.
- It’s basically a Transformer: okay, that’s probably taking it a bit too far but once you are done with nappies, the Korbell bin converts into a traditional bin. You simply need to remove the nappy insert.
- Kind to the earth: how awesome is it that the Korbell refills are made from 20% recycled material. Even though they are tough and flexible, the liners are biodegradable in a landfill or compost site.
- Super stylish: I love my mint green bin but they also come in pastel pink, blue and white. So now you can match your nappy bin to your nursery!
Now, who wants a Korbell bin of their very own?
Oh you do?
Go on and enter the giveaway below!
A few rules:
1. Open to South African residents only.
2. The winner will be chosen at random.
3. Should the winner not claim their prize within 7 days, a new winner will be drawn.
4. Competition closes at midnight on Thursday 01 December 2016.
Korbell bins (RSP R385) are available from Baby City as well as online stores such as Takealot.
*This is a sponsored post