mDesign Baby Nursery Storage Organizer Bin for Medicine, Thermometer, Nasal Aspirator, Washcloths – Mint

April 12, 2017 - Comment

The mDesign Baby Nursery Storage Bin features eight compartments for keeping all baby’s essentials organized. Use this portable bin to store medicine, nasal aspirators and thermometers, combs and more. Made of durable plastic. Product Features Nursery storage bin with built-in handles for easy carrying and 8 compartments Stores medicine, nasal aspirators, thermometers, brushes and combs,

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The mDesign Baby Nursery Storage Bin features eight compartments for keeping all baby’s essentials organized. Use this portable bin to store medicine, nasal aspirators and thermometers, combs and more. Made of durable plastic.

Product Features

  • Nursery storage bin with built-in handles for easy carrying and 8 compartments
  • Stores medicine, nasal aspirators, thermometers, brushes and combs, washcloths, powder, ointment, wipes and more; Also great in the pantry for formula, breastmilk storage bags and food pouches
  • Place on nursery dresser or changing table, inside the closet, or in the pantry
  • Made of durable plastic
  • 10.5″ x 7″ x 3.75″

Comments

CC says:

A must have. This is perfect as a second diaper caddy for downstairs or when in a room away from changing table etc. This way I don’t have to keep going upstairs to the bedroom to change. Maybe too small as a main diaper caddy. And it’s made out of sturdy material. Not flimsy at all.

Quita Sparkle says:

Works great. This tote is very well made. I really bought it based on the dividers within the tote. There are several different sizes providing a lot of flexibility. I am using it for daily morning items needed to get ready every day. Works great.

Aimee B. says:

This is a sturdy, hard plastic/melamine tote and it is exactly what … This is a sturdy, hard plastic/melamine tote and it is exactly what I wanted for craft supplies. There ARE little slits in the bottom of the caddy, I’m assuming for water to get out of the bottom, if you are using it in the bathroom. So, a few of my project life cards were slipping out, but I could cover the holes or change the cards around to lay a different way.

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