Chemical engineers at Kanto Gakuin University in Japan have developed a new type of charcoal that, when used in their machine, removes the odor of dirty diapers from the air.
Now this is obviously intended for use on adults in hospitals and nursing homes, but the researchers have also designed a home use model that could come in handy for the real stinkers that babies can leave.
But honestly, I've never had a problem changing dirty diapers. It's cleaning dirty potties that makes me nauseous.
Link -via Gizmodo