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Munchkin Arm & Hammer Puck Baking Soda Cartridge, Lavender Scent
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|Item Weight||0.2 Pounds|
|Package Weight||0.09 Kilograms|
About this item
- Pre filled deodorizing disc with Arm and Hammer lavender scented baking soda
- Compatible with the STEP (model number 15901) and PAIL (model number 15900) diaper pails (not compatible with the original diaper pail, model number 10600)
- Replace every 60 to 90 days for freshest results
- Can be used almost anywhere in garbage cans, diaper bags, and more
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Give your sense peace-of-mind when you grab an extra lavender-scented baking soda cartridge, which works with both the Munchkin STEP (model number 15901) and PAIL (model number 15900) diaper pails. Every PUCK cartridge comes packed with a punch of lavender-scented baking soda, powered by Arm & Hammer. Whenever you're not using your STEP or PAIL diaper pail, fear not! PUCK works while the pails' lids are closed to ensure everything remains fresh and free of unwanted odors. It's recommended that you replace PUCK every 60-90 days for best results, and it can even be used beyond the pail (e.g. in garbage cans, diaper bags, etc.)!
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I'll share a trick that I've been doing to help with the smell: every morning after I brew coffee, I dump the used coffee grounds into the top of the Munchkin pail, then the next time we add a diaper it will push them down into the bag. It may sound weird, but coffee grounds absorb odors, and I've definitely noticed a difference in smell. Hopefully this helps someone else!
It seems simple enough- adhere the doublestick adhesive disc to the puck and then stick it firmly against the underside of the lid. Problem solved, right? Not unless it won’t stick to one side or the other. Almost every time I open the lid, it has fallen into the pail and mingled among the discarded bags. Guess what? It doesn’t work well down there! I’m alternating between holding my breath and gagging while reaching inside and fishing around for it so that I can retrieve it and attempt to remount it. I even used a hairdryer to enhance the adhesion between the two surfaces (twice), but it didn’t help. Now I’m about to use some real adhesive like E6000 to make it stay, which will be a pain to remove when I need to replace it.
Am I happy? Not in the slightest. I expected more and got less instead. I’m using scented trash liners, activated charcoal, puppy poop bags (which are also treated with baking soda), disinfectant spray, and I wanted the puck to contribute to my efforts. So far the most effective difference was when I started using the poop bags. Even so, the lid can’t be open for long...
I was surprised that these diaper pail pucks are so expensive and there are no alternatives. I was expecting $3 at the most. Also, I can see the freshener disappearing way quicker than advertised. I bought a few command wire hooks (very lightweight) to stick inside and hang those charcoal packets around the bag.
I am overall satisfied with the no-hands, step diaper pail. We put almost all of the diapers in doggy poop sacks before putting them in the pail. It may sound wasteful, but it contains the smell better than just using them for poopy diapers. The snap and seal bags work well for us. I haven’t really tried the other type since the first sample ran out. The snap and seal goes directly into a large kitchen bag and outside to take to the dump ASAP. Needless to say, I have a pretty good sense of smell, and even these expensive pucks need a bit of help. However, I do consider them our front-line smell absorbers, so I make sure to keep a few extra on hand. I read one reviewer who mentioned going just a few days without it made a huge (and gross) difference. I’ll take her word for it!
I will continue to buy these pucks, but I would love to find them at a better price.