This is that embarrassing post when I thought the product I recieved this month for my brand ambassadorship with Omaiki was a wet bag, but it’s actually a snack bag. You know what’s fun about the world of reusables, there’s no right and wrong, there’s just washing it and using it again. Just because something was intended for one purpose, doesn’t mean you can’t use it for another.
Omaiki is a Canadian Company who started in cloth diapers and now rocks the world of everything zero waste. They have been hard at work staying dedicated to their mission and values.
Disclosure: I’m a brand ambassador and recieve product for free. I also buy my own stuff. I do have an affiliate link to their brand here in this post which earns me comissions when I convince you that you need something. This post is not directly sponsored.
Because I took the photos, and I’ve been using these adorable little bags for anything else but sandwiches, here are 10 ideas for what to do with a small wetbag besides filling it with sandwiches! Buy your own sandwich sack for all the things here.
10 Things to Use a Small Snack size Wetbag for.
- All of the Snacks. This isn’t just for sandwiches, I love stashing my granola bars, random pieces of fruit and maybe even a squeeze pouch.
- Hiding Mom Snacks. The best part about a wetbag is that nobody thinks there’s anything good inside there. So I can eat as many chocolate bars as I want.
- Soothers & Teethers.
- Pair of Undies, or if still potty training, a pair of Omaiki Trainers. Read my review here, they are my favourite cloth training pants for kids who poop in their underwear.
- Crayons, Markers & More. Because you never know where you’ll be where you need a little colouring therapy for mom and kids
- Cloth Wipes & Liniment (of course) Learn more about liniment here, and check out my full review of all the cloth wipes.
- Tissues, but save the garbage and swap in the washable handkerchief from Omaiki.
- Race Cars &/or Blocks. Or, whatever collection of small toys might fit.
- A single diaper fits, so if you’re low key like me, it’s all you need when you hit the trail/mall/friends. The snap version of the Omaiki AIO is much better than my hook and loop style one I reviewed.
- Swim Diaper & don’t forget the Rash Guard. Check out why you need a swim diaper, and then why the Omaiki one is the best.
What do you like to stash in snack bags?
From snacks to diapers, to everything else there are a million things to keep, dry, non-sticky, and organised in the big old diaper bag. Don’t forget to check out the selection of fun prints directly from Omaiki.