Disposable Nappy Bags UK

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Can any of the UK forum members recommend disposable nappy bags that can actually fit an adult nappy?

I always used to just use plastic bags I picked up from shopping but with the 5p bag tax it seems wasteful now.

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It depends on sizing. I've never had any problems with Tesco's standard nappy sacks, but I'm a medium. They do require a bit of squashing, so large might be an issue.
 

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What about pedal bin liners from Asda or tesco's
 

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Abena Abri-Bags are usually the best option, but they are kinda hard to get hold of at the moment... Couple sellers on Amazon have them I believe
 

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I use the ones available from Waitrose which fit quite nicely (with tie handles)
 

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Can any of the UK forum members recommend disposable nappy bags that can actually fit an adult nappy?

I always used to just use plastic bags I picked up from shopping but with the 5p bag tax it seems wasteful now.

I always put my wet diapers in a 2gal ziploc before tossing them in the trash, to prevent them from getting smelly before the trash bag gets taken out a few days later. Is that what you mean?
 
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