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    Default Disposable nappies. Which is the best?

    There are so many disposable nappies on the market. I can't find the one I love. I would like yout opinion. Which ones you tried. What you like and what you will never use again. I tried so many brands and can't find the one. I heard about Japanese nappies/ People say they are the best, but unfortunately you can not find them in Australia.

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    Love Huggies, they are really absorbant especially overnight. Hate Babylove, tried them once and my bub broke out in a blistering nappy rash, they are thin and have a cheap and nasty feel to them.

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    Love Aldis ones...they've never leaked for us with either of my kids and they're really cheap.

    Hate Pampers ones. I know lots of people do like them but we used these while we were overseas earlier this year and they leaked pretty much constantly. Maybe my kids have unusual shaped bums?!?!

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    Huggies

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    Love huggies

    Have tried babylove and threw them away, they were an awkward fit and didn't seem as absorbent

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    I don't think there is a "best" brand, as it entirely depends on the size, shape, sex, and wetting habits of the individual baby wearing it.

    Can you email all the different nappy manufacturers and arm yourself with free samples from each so you don't have to keep buying packs in the hope of finding one that suits?

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    Huggies - great nappy - don't like the pricetag though
    coles brand - great nappy for a fair price
    Aldi - like their pull-ups/nappy pants but not their nappies
    Babylove - thin and not very absorbent and seem to be made for skinnier bubs
    Cuties - (internet brand) cheap and pretty absorbent too but tabs kept ripping off


    So my pick is coles brand (the ones with the green packet at the moment and the gumnut baby pictures) I will use a mix of coles brand and huggies for bubs due this november. use coles brand on DD but she only uses one overnight these days.

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    Sorbies nappies are FANTASTIC!! the have day and night nappys in the same packs. $27 for a box at kmart. they last me 2 weeks

    and ive always been a huggies mum!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Huggies - great nappy - don't like the pricetag though
    coles brand - great nappy for a fair price
    Aldi - like their pull-ups/nappy pants but not their nappies
    Babylove - thin and not very absorbent and seem to be made for skinnier bubs
    Cuties - (internet brand) cheap and pretty absorbent too but tabs kept ripping off


    So my pick is coles brand (the ones with the green packet at the moment and the gumnut baby pictures) I will use a mix of coles brand and huggies for bubs due this november. use coles brand on DD but she only uses one overnight these days.
    i bought a pack of them the other day cos i ran out and there cheao before payday. only like $12 they seem ok. but my son never leaks which is good.

    there actually good cos it distracts him when im cleaning a mess lol he holds the clean nappies, and i say wheres the babies and he laughs.

    what ever happend to the other coles nappies though they were awesome!! the white ones with the coloured shapes at the top

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    homebrand never leakes.holdsmore than huggies and snuggliers


 

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