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Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit £5.00 at Mothercare
Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit £5.00 at Mothercare

Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit £5.00 at Mothercare

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Angel Care Nappy Disposal Unit was 14.99 now £5.

Considering the cassettes costs 14.99 and this comes with 1 cassette it's a bargain at £5

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Yeah bought these at this price about 2 months ago. Decent price however save yasel even more money and don't buy refills just use black bin bags and place them insode the empty refills

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thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?

anthonynsinclair

thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at … thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?


Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 nappy sacks for £1.00. Bag up dirty nappy and place in outside bin.

June50

Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 … Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 nappy sacks for £1.00. Bag up dirty nappy and place in outside bin.



Some people live in flats and for others I guess its the Convience. But obvs Bin Outside is the cheapest but not always practical.

anthonynsinclair

thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at … thank you Affy! Good idea. Would any of the coldy's care to share this at a better price?



Will be surprised if anyone finds it better than this price anywhere.

Here is how the black bin bags work btw

youtu.be/GMx…QII

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GeordieAffy2014

Will be surprised if anyone finds it better than this price anywhere.Here … Will be surprised if anyone finds it better than this price anywhere.Here is how the black bin bags work btw 8)https://youtu.be/GMxk2hGkQII



​Thank you! Checking the vid out now, will be amazing not having to purchase the cassettes.

June50

Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 … Why spend all this money on a disposal unit when you can purchase 100 nappy sacks for £1.00. Bag up dirty nappy and place in outside bin.



I thought that as well originally but our rubbish gets collected every 2 week. In the summer that's not going to be pleasant! This is why I ended up buying one.

Oh I bought that months before but for the refills they are very expensive so I used the black bin bags but it's headach every 2 days I have to change it and fills the bags onto casset oh big job :-o

Why would you want to keep the dirty nappies of your baby in the room for days? Even I would live in a flat I would empty it after every day. Common sense really

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ohdearohdear

Why would you want to keep the dirty nappies of your baby in the room for … Why would you want to keep the dirty nappies of your baby in the room for days? Even I would live in a flat I would empty it after every day. Common sense really



​I think you're missing the point. It's not a case of keeping dirty nappys in your flat, they are disposed into a hygienic and clean device ready to remove in bulk.

anthonynsinclair

​I think you're missing the point. It's not a case of keeping dirty n … ​I think you're missing the point. It's not a case of keeping dirty nappys in your flat, they are disposed into a hygienic and clean device ready to remove in bulk.




Still...to keep them in the toom for days? Sorry vut you cannot explain this to me
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