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    I use cloth during the day and disposables overnight as I found the cloth moved too much

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    Those that use cloth can I ask whether you can see them through clothing? I used cloth years ago and could definitely see the outline of them. I had the avent ones. Are there others that are less noticeable?

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    I use the rite aid ones. I buy them at Big W, pack of 60 for $8.98. I still have crazy leakage 7.5 months on. Am hoping it settles down soon so I can use my cloth ones, its expensive using disposable ones, and I go through at least 4 a day. Big W is the cheapest place I have found to buy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Those that use cloth can I ask whether you can see them through clothing? I used cloth years ago and could definitely see the outline of them. I had the avent ones. Are there others that are less noticeable?
    I have the Tommee Tippee ones, and if I'm just wearing a t shirt and a non paddy bra, you can kind of see them. Am on the hunt for some better ones!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Those that use cloth can I ask whether you can see them through clothing? I used cloth years ago and could definitely see the outline of them. I had the avent ones. Are there others that are less noticeable?
    Sonja, depends on the bra I wear and the shirt as well. I'm a bigger girl anyway, so obv bigger boobs, too, so I don't buy any of the padded style bras - so i don't have padding in my bra to help hide the outline. :-/


 

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