Dekor Plus Hands-Free Diaper Pail | Soft Mint | Easiest to Use | Just Step – Drop – Done | Doesn’t Absorb Odors | 20 Second Bag Change | Most Economical Refill System |Great for Cloth Diapers
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- Totally Hands-Free: Step, Drop, Done! No Bending, No Twisting, No Squishing, Unlike Ordinary Pails!
- Most Cost-Effective Diaper Pail Refill System on the Market. Dekor Refill System Creates Less Waste - Use ONLY What You Need!
- Effective Triple Odor Control Keeps the Smell in the Pail
- Award Winning Product Tested by Millions of Parents
- Closed-Cell ABS Plastic Works Like Metal but Won't Rust
- Use Only Genuine Dekor Refills with Exclusive End-of-Liner Marking
- Comes Completely Assembled with One Full-Sized (not a starter!) Refill Pre-Installed!
- Life After Diapers: Converts from Diaper Pail to Trash Can
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Dékor pails are 100% hands-free. Just Step on our foot pedal and Drop the soiled diaper through the trap door. Done! No Bending. No twisting. No squishing. No other diaper pail is as easy or hygienic to use.
It Makes Cents
Dékor’s powder-scented refills protect against odors and save you money, holding more diapers per refill. Our refills are continuous liners. No preset perforations mean you can throw away one diaper or a 'butt load' without wasting a whole tall kitchen bag. Now with a NEW End of Liner Marking!
Not Just for Diapers
You’ll use your Dékor long after you are finished with diapers. Just pop out the diaper insert and use it in the bathroom, kitchen or garage! Many owners use their Dékor pail as a convenient and odor-reducing way to dispose of pet waste.
Don't Be Fooled! Hands-Free Means No Touching. No Bending, No Twisting, No Squishing.
Dékor’s ergonomic foot pedal opens the lid for you.
Simply drop the soiled diaper through the spring-loaded OdorKeeper trap door. No bending, no twisting, no squishing.
The Self-Closing Whisper Lid shuts quietly when you release the foot pedal. You are done without ever touching the pail.
Super Simple to Empty
When ready to empty your Dékor pail, open the easy-access service door and pull out the continuous refill liner just far enough to remove the pail’s contents.
Use the child-safe cutter conveniently mounted on the door to cut the continuous refill liner at the top of the refuse. Pro Tip: Allow for room to tie a knot in the 'bag' before disposing of it curbside.
Tie a new knot in the bottom of the continuous refill liner to form a new 'bag'. Close the service door, and you are done.
Cloth Diapers, Too
The Dékor Plus is perfect for collecting cloth diapers. We recommend using with our reusable and washable Cloth Diaper Pail Liners, sold separately.
|Dékor Mini||Dékor Classic||Dékor Plus|
|Diaper Capacity (Newborn)||Up To 25||Up To 45||Up To 60|
|Big Openings for Quick & Easy Disposal of Diapers||BIG 13 sq in||Bigger 17 sq in||Biggest 27 sq in Excellent for Use With Cloth Diapers|
|Use w/ Dékor Cloth Diaper Liners?||✓||✓|
|ABS Closed-Cell Material: Won’t absorb odors. Resists scratches & dents. Won’t rust.||✓||✓||✓|
|Convenient Door-Mounted Child-Proof Safety Cutter||✓||✓||✓|
|Spring-Loaded OdorKeeper Trap Door||✓||✓||✓|
|Rubber Gaskets on Trap Door & Lid: Keeps odors out of your nursery.||✓||✓||✓|
|Child-Proof Safety Lock||✓||✓||✓|
|Self-Closing Whisper Lid||✓||✓||✓|
|Reusable Refill Cartridge||✓||✓||✓|
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We have 5 kids, and over the years, I’ve changed a lot of diapers. The first diaper pail we got years ago was a diaper genie, and I was never a fan. My biggest complaint was that after you had changed the diaper, you had to push said stinky, gross, and sometimes - otherworldly large diaper thru a small hole on the genie… squishing it to fit into a small hole would often cause, let’s call it “spillage”, that would get poop on your hand, on the pail, and generally places where you don’t want poop. Remember, you are doing this while holding your bundle of everlasting joy in one arm while reaching down to stuff the otherworldly large diaper into an unfathomably small hole. Not an easy task.
And then, we discovered the Dekor. It rocks. Why? It’s HANDS FREE. Game changer. It has a foot pedal that opens the pail, then you simply drop the diaper thru the trap door. That’s it! Let me tell you, when it’s 3 a.m., and you are a zombie from lack of sleep, you need this process to be as simple as possible. I shudder to think the number of diapers that I have changed over the years, but this diaper pail makes it a lot easier than it was with the Genie.
There is another pail that we looked at, the Ubbi, that cost quite a bit more and is made of metal. I looked at in in the store, and it also requires bending over, and sliding a door open, inserting a diaper, and then sliding it closed when finished. Kind of a pain to do every time you change a diaper. It is made of metal, so it shouldn’t absorb odors like the diaper genie did, but the Dekor is made of ABS that doesn’t absorb odors either, so I don’t see the big deal. Another think about the metal pails. In my research (isn’t it a bit sad that I’ve done research? – We really need to get out more), the manufacturer says to clean with a dry cloth. No cleaning products or even water. Ok, that is just gross. With Dekor, clean with whatever household cleaner you want, let’s kill any germs that are hanging around.
Bags. Different pails have different systems. Some use household kitchen bags, some use cartridges of bags. Dekor comes with a loaded refill, and in my opinion, that is the way to go. You use what you need, and then switch out the bag. We tried using a kitchen bag instead of the refill in the Dekor, and it was ok, but honestly, we preferred the refill. It’s always there and ready to go, you only use what you need, and in the long run I bet it costs about the same.
Stink. Stank. Stunk. – (Prepare for more wisdom). Poop stinks. Shocking isn’t it? There's a reason every diaper pail that's been around more than a couple months has a bunch of 1 star reviews. Go look at all the other product. Notice they're all about 3.5 or 4 stars. Then click on the 1 star link for each of them and you'll see what I mean. You'll see dozens of people talk about how each product is terrible and every pail sticks to high heaven. Mostly that's because people have unrealistic expectations that buying a diaper pail means you never have to smell poopy diapers. This is compounded by the fact that the poop only starts to smell once your bundle of everlasting joy begins eating solids. So when you first bring the baby home you think everything is great and the pail is working perfectly and then all of the sudden the pail is terrible and horrible and is broken... Well it's not broken, your baby's poop just didn't used to stink and now it does. Here's the truth, no matter which on you buy, you're gonna smell poop. whether it's when you open the lid or remove the bag, they all allow a little stank to escape. Dekor is no different, it just allows less than the others. Sometimes we go a few days between changing the bag, sometimes we switch it out quicker due to one of those otherworldly poops. The box for the Dekor says it can hold 60 diapers. We might have gone close to that with some newborn diapers, but once the poop got serious, we never waited that long.
Reading back over this, I can’t believe I just wrote a manifesto on diaper pails. But, I thought I would share some of the knowledge I have gained over thousands of diapers. I just think the Dekor works. It’s the easiest to use of all the diaper pails by far, and handles the smell. I highly recommend it.
*I hope this review and photos are helpful! This is the review I wanted when trying to decide which Dekor to buy.
Updated Note 5/2018: We have used this for close to six months now. While I do still love it, it has started to stink. My husband comments on it. He didn't share that complaint very often with the Genie. The entire unit stinks, not just when I am opening the trap down to drop a diaper. When I open the main door to remove the diapers, a big waft hits me before I have even disturbed the diaper bag. I do believe the smell seeps through the bags (I started with their own and have just recently tried Babyfeel just to see if that brand might be better - seems to be the same). Once the smell seeps through the bag, I'm pretty sure it is being absorbed by the plastic. To combat this issue, I am going to bag the stinky diapers and either dispose of them right away or have them double bagged with a grocery sack. Also, I did dump some baking soda into the bag once and that helped absorb the odor. I still am not ready to go back to a Genie, but I did want to add a word of caution if you are switching for scent control.
Original review, unchanged:
We used the Genie for 21 months now and I'm glad to move on. The sleeves were annoying and so frequently had to shake/rock the unit around to get the diapers to drop. Occasionally, with a large, full diaper, I had to push it in. Yuck. This won't happen with a NB size, but a size 4, yes. Also, the Genie sleeves are a bit more costly.
Plus: love it! The trap door is spring loaded for the right weight of a diaper and it closes very quickly. I thought the lower height might become a complaint of mine, but since I don't have to push the diaper in, it isn't an issue. My one and only complaint is that the bags are a noisy plastic when removing the bag (think grocery sack). Not really an issue, but I did frequently gather them after the toddler was sleeping. Easy to change my ways for the benefit of loving the pail! Other reasons to love:
+price! ($32 Warehouse open box!)
+replacement bag price
+shape of canister
+contains smell very well
+easy to remove bag
+large trap door compared to Classic
+lid can disassemble to become a garbage with a lid (I didn't verify this, but it was a bonus feature in my selection of Dekor)
Same benefits as the Plus, except that the trap door is smaller. See pictures if this is important to you. It don't make a difference for a newborn, but I like the size for our size 5 toddler diapers! Also, the classic holds quite a few less diapers. It doesn't feel too much smaller than the Plus. I think you would be happy with either if you don't mind changing the bag a bit more often, and if the trapdoor size isn't an issue. I did not physically use this one since I plan to return it. I'm sure the door is large enough, but since there was a big difference between the two trapdoors, I wanted the larger. Refills cost the same per diaper capacity when I did the math.
Overall, the Plus seems comparable to the Genie in capacity, is more user-friendly, contains the smell better since the trap door shuts so quickly with each use, and is more cost effective. And, it can be used as a garbage in the future. I'm a Dekor convert for sure!
*I think you would be happy with the Classic as well, but no one wants to change them out anymore than you have to. See the pictures for size difference; the trapdoor size was the factor that swayed me to keep the Plus and return the Classic. I hoped the Classic would fit beside our toilet in the bathroom, but it is too large for the space. I may try the mini, though I would imagine the trapdoor will be somewhat small for pull-ups and toddler diapers. (Not a verified observation, just a guess)
The last photo is the Genie compared to the Plus.
After three years, the Dekor started to stink and neither baking soda, nor airing it outside, nor wiping it down with Lysol worked. So, I said goodbye to my old Dekor and bought a new one. Big mistake. Somewhere along the way, Dekor got cheap on its customers. I don't know if it is the thickness of the plastic or some other quality issue, but somehow, the new Dekor releases odors like you wouldn't believe. Even one dirty diaper in it stinks up the entire room.
I am disappointed and can no longer recommend the Dekor. I suggest you buy one of those diaper pails with the slots for odor-eating disks. For now, I am using cat litter deodorizer poured into the bin to keep the odor somewhat in check.
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