So - got my first pack of disposables through the mail today.
(From Nanny Amy AB Dreams - Adult Baby Nursery with Nanny Amy UK Midlands who does 5 Tena Superplus for £10 including p&p which is, yes a high unit price, but she does send them very well double wraped in brown paper and a bin liner so you can pass it off as a new sweater from Ebay - helps to maintain cover if you actually do buy a new sweater and keep it handy for cover... but I ramble )
So back on topic, the situation is this:
One of them has been well used (it was everything I hoped for from my first disposable - except the babysitter fairy to go with but anyway.)
For me a disposable is the only TRUE diaper.
Let;s face it, a towel is still a towel even when you twist it and pin it on inside some old shorts.
A disposable is a DIAPER it has no other function.
But the biggest atraction of disposables is their biggest weakness:
a cloth diaper is also a towel, once you've washed it, it's a towel again.
Picture the scene:
Your Mum: Oh thanks hon, you washed your clothes and the towels from the bathroom too!
Your Mum: What the Fuck? where did this used adult diaper in the trash come form???!!! Do YOU know anything about this???!!!
You get the picture?
Tips for subtle disposal of disposables please.. and hurry people will be home soon!
Don't worry I'm not _that_ clueless. My plan is to bundle it up inside some plastic shopping bags, and take it on a little walk later - dump it in a public bin as subtle as I can. Not perfect but better than -
1. putting it in the household trash, which since the advent of recycling collection in this county is mostly food waste - paper, plastic ect. going to be sorted and used again - therefore plastic bags in the trash will look suspicious.
2. putting it in an a neighbours wheelie bin - a bit better perhaps, but then do you want to run the risk of them looking out the window and shouting
"Oi! what did you just throw in there?"
soo... how do you dispose of disposables - and do you think they're worth the hassle?