Finally done! It turned out to be more a labor of love, but I got it done with plenty of time before Halloween! Check it out.
I have used my wet bags for all sorts of travel situations. My aunt and uncle go on lots of motorcycle trips. Having only saddle bag storage for overnight luggage makes you pack as light as possible. This gave my uncle the bright idea of taking their kitchen wet bag with them for the dirty or wet laundry. They said it worked out great. It was a good thing I made them a pepper patterned bag so it went well with all their Harley stuff. My aunt said that it would be great for the beach to put your wet towel and bathing suit in so you don’t get your car wet.
I do this all the time with my son. I put the clean clothes/towel/diaper in the wet bag when I leave the house. Then after swimming, I pull out all the clean and dry stuff to put on my son, and put all the wet and dirty stuff in the bag. It works out really well. It keeps all the stuff I will need right away separate from all the other diaper bag stuff and quick to grab. I find myself using the diaper bag less often these days anyways. I always keep it in my car with all the extra stuff you may need when you are away from home, but may not need all the time.
I have also been doing the same for myself. I’ll bring a wet bag with a set of dry clothes for myself. It is like a kit. I can just grab the bag with my stuff and head to wherever I can change with just the stuff I need and a place to put the wet suit and other stuff.
Then when you get home you can simply toss everything in the washer keeping all the sand and water out of your car and other travel bags.
I reviewed my previous post and added some tip and modifications to my system at the bottom. http://mandj34.com/cloth-baby-wipes/
How exciting that you are interested in cloth diapering! I do not make or sell cloth diapers, but I do sell Wet Bags, Cloth Baby Wipes, Wool Dryer Balls, and a few other items at etsy.com/shop/MandJ34. You need more than cloth diapers. The great thing is that once you are set up with all the accessories it is still cheaper than buying disposable diapers. Plus you can use many of these items well after your baby is out of diapers for so many things.
I have also included lots of great information on this site, so take some time to click and read around.