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    Aldi convert here as well. I still like snugglers though. Only thing I don't like about aldi is they don't come in a box (I use these for outgrown clothes) and are a smallish pkt so have to buy more often or more at a time

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    Huggies here also, dd developed eczema on her bottom so thought I would try the baby love as they say they are breathable. Almost finished them and have another box of huggies ready to go. As I didn't find them as good.

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    Just thought I would let those that are ALDI nappy (mamia) fans that I went into my local ALDI store today & grabbed a BOX of nappies!!! They had newborn, infant, toddler. & walker nappies in bulk boxes for $17.99. I got a box of 111 infant Mamia nappies for the $17.99!!! It does have branding on the box saying they are available for a limited time only....not sure how long they'll last. Just thought there may be some others interested in this!!!

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    Babylove are very soft and absorbent

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    Huge snugglers fan here They are very fairly priced, and are great quality
    Except for Huggies (which I heard are made by the same company) any other brand has been pretty disappointing; leaks, rashes, broken tabs

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    I use Aldi during the day and Babylove at night (DS pees like a champ). I've just bought the next size up in Aldi to test out at night.
    Love both, no complaints!
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    Quote Originally Posted by havealaugh View Post
    Just thought I would let those that are ALDI nappy (mamia) fans that I went into my local ALDI store today & grabbed a BOX of nappies!!! They had newborn, infant, toddler. & walker nappies in bulk boxes for $17.99. I got a box of 111 infant Mamia nappies for the $17.99!!! It does have branding on the box saying they are available for a limited time only....not sure how long they'll last. Just thought there may be some others interested in this!!!
    I got 6 boxes of toddler and walker last week, such an awesome bargain!

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    When we were a nappy family only 4 months ago we used comfy bots(Coles) loved em! Good value!

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    I prefer huggies thou we also use aldi and Coles brand and haven't had any issues with them so far.

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    Also through the day and buggies at night. Dd sleeps through and if I was to change her nappy she would wake up. Therefore her nappies are super full in the morning and Aldi just doesn't cut it. Great during the day though.


 

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