- Planetwise wetbags are cotton on the outside, with a layer of PUL sewn inside. This allows for a lot of really cool prints, but with repeated washing these prints tend to fade and wear out. My bag also has developed holes in the cotton and has some bleach stains. The bag is still totally functional, but it's very sad looking. Diaper Palz bags are just a single layer of PUL, so the patterns won't fade or be affected by bleach. Solid PUL also dries significantly faster than cotton.
- Size. The Planetwise "Large" size is 18"x21", and the Diaper Palz "Large" is 30" tall and holds significantly more diapers. The Planetwise will hold 2 days worth of diapers for me, but those last few have to really be crammed in there. This picture shows my Diaper Palz bag with 3 days worth of diapers, and it isn't even completely full. I think that it could probably hold 4 days, but I don't go that long between washing. This would be great if you had 2 babies in cloth though!
- Price. Diaper Palz bags are significantly cheaper. A full priced large Diaper Palz bag costs $15+ $1 shipping, while a large Planetwise bag costs $19. The Diaper Palz bags are very high quality, especially the hanging loop. As you can see, my gigantic bag of heavy dirty diapers is hanging from a hook by my washing machine. So far, the PUL is not showing any signs of stress or damage but my Planetwise one started looking worn along the handle seam within a few months. I'm confident that this bag will last me through our diapering years and beyond.
The best part is Diaper Palz is actually hosting a January clearance right now, with large wetbags for as low as $13! Try using coupon code "dsmama" for an additional discount. Check them out, you won't be disappointed!