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    Default Huggies product change-now very poor quality

    Just wanted to see if any other avid Huggies users have bought a box of the new nappies and found them absolutely terrible? They are about half the thickness they used to be, the tabs are all mangled & they no longer have the double barrier leakage protection. I have always used Huggies cos I think they are the best but this has thrown me. DS is leaking all the time in the new ones & even after only having it on for 2.5hrs his under singlet can feel damp. Im so disapointed and just wanted to see if anyone else felt the same?! Why was there no warning they were changing their product? Time to look at other brands. I think they are going to lose so much money because of this.

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    these new huggies are imported from america. i agree they are crap. this box i have at the moment aren't even folded properly, they are so mangled and squashed and warped out of shape and they are hard to put on. i have put a complaint in to huggies.

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    I wondered why my daughter's bed was wet through the night. Everything for her age is expensive though

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    That explains why my ds is now constantly wetting through when he never used to. I tried babylove but they were no good either.

    What the heck huggies :-( I am going to put in a complaint too now I know the story!

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    Ah that explains why I had 2 daughters wet through their night nappies 3 days in a row!!!
    Argh so frustrating when they change the products to cheap cr4p!!!!

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    nope i haven't brought any nappies for ages so that would be why but i've heard lots of people say this. i think they have only imported them from america while there was a huge demand that they couldn't keep up with then they will go back to the aussie made ones. the people that i've spoken to with problems have contacted huggies and gotten a free box of aussie made ones

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    I hated huggies - my boys got rashes ..

    having said that .. there is nothing WORSE than having a product that works for you, only for them to change the product ... GAH

    have you tried aldi nappies? they worked for my boys ??

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    Have you tried the Aldi nappies? That is what we have swapped to and they have boxes on special at the moment

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    There is no aldi where I live

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    I had the same issue. I had DD in the next size up and even then it didn't help.

    I have bought BabyLove Dry weave and they are really good. The regular baby love ones were crap though.

    I have bought nothing but huggies for 2 years as they were the only ones that lasted through the night for DD... And now I've had to change.

    Think I might call and get a free pack of Aussie ones...


 

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