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Ubbi is a brand under Pearhead Inc, a Brooklyn based company launched in 1999 by Tom Sakaguchi and Ken Berlin. In 2007, Tom became a father and couldn't find a diaper pail that kept the smell locked in when closed. An engineer by trade, he started working with a team of industrial designers and engineers.
In 2011, the Ubbi brand was created to launch the first steel diaper pail that offered the convenience and value of using any standard trash bag, a breakthrough in the diaper disposal market. Now a recognized brand worldwide, Ubbi has expanded into other popular categories, continuing to offer a wide range of products for today's modern parents looking for innovative, stylish, and functional baby essentials.
The Ubbi diaper pail is the award-winning, registry must-have. Unlike plastic, the powder-coated steel and tight rubber seal help lock in unwanted odors. No special bags are required, allowing you to save time and money. This easy-to-load, use, empty, and clean diaper pail features a sleek, modern design and is available in trendy colors to meet the needs of today’s eco-conscious parents.
8.4” (W) x 19.5” (H) x 11.4” (D)
How to Use:
Make sure childproof safety lock is unlocked; turn clockwise if locked. The sliding lid is equipped with magnets to make the Ubbi diaper pail completely airtight. When you open the sliding lid, gently push down on the bubble blower shaped handle to disengage the magnets and allow for an easy opening. Roll the dirty diaper tightly so it easily fits into the opening and remains closed when stored. Slide the lid back to close. When you close the sliding lid, there's no need to push down on the handle since the magnets are already disengaged. To lock pail, rotate safety lock on top of lid (as shown).
The Ubbi diaper pail is maintenance free and should not be cleaned. If you need to clean it, simply use a dry cloth. The Ubbi diaper pail is made of steel and is airtight so it cannot be cleaned with liquids of any sort such as vinegar, bleach or harsh abrasives–even water. The Ubbi diaper pail is equipped with rust-proof bolts and is powder-coated to prevent rust from occurring, but liquid could potentially infiltrate in the seams where the paint might not have adhered, which could develop into mold and then rust.
Additionally, the Ubbi diaper pail is completely airtight, so using liquid to clean it might create condensation that will transform into mold and eventually rust. In the event that liquid is used to clean the Ubbi diaper pail, your pail will then automatically fall out of warranty. Do not disassemble any part of your Ubbi diaper pail. The parts are all factory assembled and cannot be manually reassembled. Disassembling your diaper pail will put it out of warranty. To find out more about the maintenance of the Ubbi diaper pail, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org so our Customer Care Team can share best practices and tips and tricks.
Made with: Powder-coated steel, ABS white plastic part, silicone seal ring
Introducing the first ever steel diaper pail! Available in a variety of trendy colors and patterns to match any nursery.
Ubbi offers the convenience and value of using any standard trash bag. Unlike plastic, Ubbi’s steel diaper pail is not porous and keeps the smell locked inside.
Innovative, eco-friendly, child-friendly and funk free! This easy-to-use diaper pail holds up to 55 dirty diapers at a time and won’t break the bank.
No! In addition to the odor blocking steel, the Ubbi diaper pail is convenient and provides both time and cost savings since it can be used with any tall (13-gallon) kitchen garbage bag. No need for expensive, hard-to-find, proprietary refills! For additional convenience, we do sell our own branded Ubbi plastic and cloth liner bags, as well.
The Ubbi diaper pail is practically maintenance free which makes it the easiest diaper pail on the market to load, use, empty and clean. The pail should only be wiped with a dry cloth. Any liquid, including Lysol, bleach, or harsh abrasives, even water, can potentially create condensation that could eventually develop into mold and rust. Since the pail is totally airtight, liquid is to be completely avoided.