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    I've only noticed the change in box size, less nappies per box

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    Thanks for ur replies ladies. I tried Aldi when he was younger but they just weren't for me. Its funny u say theyre imported from America cos I was watching an American film last week and saw the same nappies on there as the box I've got and I wondered if there was a link. Hopefully it is just due to increased demand and the aussie manufacturing picks up & product stays the same. Im not game to buy another box though because u cant tell the difference in the packaging so wont know til u open them. DS is a heavy night wetter so, from the sounds of it, Baby Love dry weave might be the go. Thanks"

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    Do the new boxes look different?

    I just bought some 2 weeks ago and they seem to be the same..
    For my dd Huggies is the only nappy that doesn't cause rashes..

    I'm just trying to see of I picked up a new box or an older one..
    Was there a difference in packaging?

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    I just found this also, read the note at the bottom of the page near the pics. Atleast it sounds like its only temporary, that is the size I use, http://www.huggies.com.au/imported-product-alert

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    In regards to the Walker sized ones mentioned in the Huggies link: they are still very poor quality/thinner than usual even if Huggies claim to have "matched" the quality. The printing on the bottom of the box says "Made in USA". The Australian ones say "Sold under the following australian patents". The imported nappies inside the box look cheap/very different from the usual design and have "little movers " printed on them (well the walker sized ones do anyway).
    Last edited by HouseOfFun; 12-07-2012 at 18:08.

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    Glad I saw this. I normally buy a couple of boxes at a time and we will need some soon. Will check the fine print though I think we should be OK as DS is in Junior and DD in Infant so shouldn't have to worry I hope!

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    Yep I wondered why they were leaking at night now and not holding poopsplosions anymore this sucks because all the cheap nappies give DS a rash and baby love leak and make his urine stink! Only left to try snugglers but seeing as they are owned by Huggies I do not hold much hope.
    I use cloth nappies during the day so it sucks I need to try n find a better night disposable now!!!

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    Hmmm I'm confused. I have 2 boxes here of Junior nappies, different print on the nappy, but both made in Australia? One is crap one is great. The crap ones are thinner and smaller, and one side keeps disappearing up her crack. Shes very big but only 10 months so I'm not sure what happens when she outgrows this size.

    Bought some baby love ones to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AllYouNeedIsLove View Post
    Babylove dry weave are awesome and work out so much cheaper, about twenty cents per nappy!
    Agree I use Babylove dry weave absolutely fantastic product and cost less then Huggies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mummytopeanut View Post
    Does anyone know if the newborn huggies nappys are like that? I am due in about 7weeks & have 3 boxes of newborn nappys, I don't want to waste them so I hope they are good ones.
    You should be ok with newborns, you usually change it for poos not wees, so every hour or so


 

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