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Has anyone tried these Nappies from target? Considering getting some cause they are cheap but I'm not sure.
I didn't like them but only tried them when DS was newborn & that was over 2yrs ago. They held the wee but I found them rough not soft & comfy if that makes sense :)
I've been wondering that myself.
I only use huggies at night. I find other brands smell or don't hold everything in, especially when baby is sleeping through the night.
I sometimes buy snugglers for the day and use huggies at night.
I would buy them and give them a go, but I would still probably use the huggies at night.
I haven't tried them but I can recommend Bambini nappies from Priceline and Aldi nappies.
Both brands are really cheap and great nappies.
hi - there are a few reviews of Dri Bots in our reviews section ...
Hope this helps.
I have used them on dd (now 9 months). I don't think they would absorb as much as the Huggies but if you change bub frequently you don't need it to anyway. Maybe use the Huggies at night and Dribots during the day. Certainly worth a shot given the price difference.
I generally just stick with Huggies, they are pretty reliable. I found a new brand last week at our local supermarkey. They're called GrowingUp Green - really soft and so far no leaks, day or night. Also 95% biodegradable, so that's a bonus.
I used a super cheap brand called teddy time nappies with DS. I found them as good as the Huggies, with half the cost. I was not one to let my son sit in a wet or dirty nappy and changed him as soon as I became aware of him being wet or soiled, so perhaps the Huggies are better if nappies are changed less frequently.
I bought 80 of them at 5 cents each.. Really cheap $ 2.00. Haven't tried them and not sure if that will b enough for a new born... My bb will b out in 4 weeks time n I will let u know then...
the girls mum
This is what we used - and homebrand from woolies too (same price).
Never had an issue with them at all - and used them overnight etc - only just stopped using them as dd is now using pull ups at night (we use the cheap baby love ones and they are great too).
I think both dri bots and woolies homebrand are fine - and so much cheaper xx
I think you won't know until you try. Different nappies fit babies differently and some might be great for others and not so great for your baby and vice versa.
I have found huggies to be terrible nappies in the past but other people rave about them.
If they're cheap it can't hurt to give them a go. Cheap doesn't always mean they're not good.
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