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Where to put the dustbin when you have small children at home?

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Where to put the dustbin when you have small children at home?

The birth of a child requires a change in the organisation of the household space. Parents start by designing the children's room and the places where the toddler will stay. They often forget the basics, such as securing protruding parts, burying chemicals and, above all, finding the best place for the dustbin. Regardless of the room in which it will be placed, attention should be paid to ease of access by the smallest members of the family. Where should I place the dustbin at home? In which room will it be most necessary? 

Waste bins for the home - the bathroom

The bathroom waste bin is usually found in every kitchen and bathroom. These are the classic rooms where most waste is produced. Of course, there are many differences between the kitchen waste bin and the bathroom version - they differ in size, height and even the way they open. Bathroom waste baskets affect the comfort of using the toilet, which is why you can find them in almost every public bathroom. Usually, when people decide to buy a wastepaper basket, they do so because of the visual effect - bathroom baskets can attract with their colours, patterns and even interesting dimensions. A waste bin placed in the toilet allows you to dispose of waste comfortably and does not force you to constantly move between the kitchen and the bathroom. When choosing the ideal waste bin for your bathroom, make sure that it has a lid - this will prevent unpleasant smells. 

Household waste bins - room

The household waste bin is the ideal solution for parents sharing a room with their child. Dirty nappies or a large number of used wipes need a suitable place to dispose of them. When your child grows up and is old enough to have his or her own room, you can take a closer look at the range of waste bins for children. This will help teach your child about cleanliness and independence from an early age. 

The right place for waste should be out of sight. The bedroom is a place of rest. It is usually associated with aesthetics, so a badly chosen waste basket could disrupt the whole appearance of this room. It is worth bearing in mind that a different product will be chosen for the bedroom, a completely different one for the everyday room, and yet another for the office - in this room, it should be large, open and accommodate all unnecessary documents. Most often in an office space, you can see openwork waste bins. In the living room, on the other hand, you can bet on a waste bin that will blend in with the design of the room. 

Waste bins for the home - kitchen

The right waste bin for the kitchen is one that allows waste to be sorted properly. Processing recyclable materials allows you to be more economical with the resources given by mother nature. The kitchen waste bin, should be equipped with compartments- double rubbish bins for the house will work very well. One compartment for plastic, the other for paper. In addition, it's worth investing in small, lockable waste bins for food waste, such as eggshells, potato and vegetable peelings. The aforementioned item can be placed on the kitchen counter so you can easily dispose of natural waste. Modern rubbish bins for the home come with many useful features - it's worth getting to know them all. 

What danger is there for the child if the bin is in the wrong place?

When a baby is small, does not leave his cot or only spends time in your arms, there is no need to secure the dustbin. The bigger problem begins as the toddler grows - crawling, walking and even crawling are potential hazards for the child. It can be hard to secure your home properly because there will always be something you haven't thought of before; that's why it's so important to buy the best and safest dustbin for your baby's first movements. A poorly chosen and inadequately secured waste bin can cause harm to the youngest members of the family - a lightweight bin can crush a child when he or she pulls on it to climb up and look inside. Toddlers like to explore the world around them, especially by putting things in their mouths - if the bin does not have a lid and the child knocks it over, there is a good chance that the contents of the bin will end up in the child's mouth.

Where should I dispose of used "pampers", wet wipes and nappy liners?

Having the right bags to secure used pampers and baby wipes, you don't have to worry about the right waste container. Of course, it is worth that it is capacious and high enough, because the amount of used nappies may require a constant change of the bag. If, on the other hand, there is a need to invest in a professional waste bin, with which you don't have to worry about special bags for pampers, it's worth looking for products equipped with a sealer and built-in foil protection. 

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