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The versatile Regular Wet Bag is your leak-proof and odor-free alternative to plastic bags. It's perfect for dirty clothes, shoes, soiled nappies, wet items, and even as an emergency spew bag on road trips. Plus, it's fully machine-washable for effortless cleaning.
Two Zippered Compartments for Organization: Featuring two zippered compartments, our Regular Wet Bags allow you to separate dirty and clean items, providing organized convenience.
Odor-Containment Expertise: Effectively contains odors, making it an ideal and eco-friendly replacement for plastic bags in various situations.
Convenient Snap-Off Handles: Snap-off handles allow for easy attachment to handles, prams, or hanging, providing versatile carrying options.
Connect Multiple Bags with Snap-Off Handles: Connect two or more bags by snapping handles together for added convenience and easy organization.
Even Weight Distribution with Two Handles: Equipped with two handles for even weight distribution, ensuring comfortable carrying, no matter the load.
Spacious Capacity for Essentials: Capable of holding around 6 nappies or a variety of essentials, our Regular Wet Bags offer ample storage for your on-the-go needs.
Easy to Machine Wash: Designed for convenience, our Regular Wet Bags are easy to machine wash, ensuring a quick and efficient clean for repeated use.
Dimensions: 35cm (w) x 40cm (h)
Dual-layer PUL with zip closures.
We want you to love your Monarch products and get lots of use out of them, so all our products come with a 12-month warranty from date of purchase.
Please note that our warranty does not cover normal wear and tear or damage caused by overuse and improper wash routines. Find out more here.
We would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of the land upon which Monarch stands. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the first peoples of Australia.