View Poll Results: Which disposable nappy brand do you favour?

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  • Huggies

    24 44.44%
  • Baby Love

    12 22.22%
  • Coles Comfy Bots

    7 12.96%
  • Woolworths Home Brand

    1 1.85%
  • Pampers

    0 0%
  • Aldi

    4 7.41%
  • Dymples

    0 0%
  • Other

    6 11.11%
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    Default Disposable Nappies- What brand do you favour?

    I used Huggies exclusively last time with my boys- I did try the Aldi ones but didn't like them.

    I'm just interested in knowing what other people are using these days, whether the other brands have improved etc- I see ads on tv all the time for Baby Love that look pretty convincing ( I'm easily swayed!)

    So, vote and then if you have a particular reason for using that brand over others, by all means, comment!

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    Huggies.

    Occasionally would use babylove for DD1 during the day. but they tended to give DD2 nappyrash.

    I live in WA, so have never tried the Aldi ones.

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    Can't vote a I'm on my phone but comfy bots from Coles. Cheap as chips and work just as well if not better than brand name nappies.

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    Baby love which I never thought I would, as with DD1 I hated them. Now they are fine and we only use them at night (use MCN in the day). I find Huggies overpriced and the only leak we have had with DD2 was in Huggies.

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    I have always used Huggie because other brands gave DD a nappy rash so I didn't try any of them with DS1 now with DS2 I have been tempted to try other brands but always been uncertain because our rural Coles only stocks a few brands

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    We use Woolies Homebrand (not select) and theyre amazing! DS is a big wetter and he has never leaked. They feel a bit like Huggies but they fit a lot better (DS is big for his age) and theyre only $12 for 40 something nappies Will be using them for DS 2 due in September

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    Quote Originally Posted by loodle View Post
    I have always used Huggie because other brands gave DD a nappy rash so I didn't try any of them with DS1 now with DS2 I have been tempted to try other brands but always been uncertain because our rural Coles only stocks a few brands
    Yeah, I always thought that perhaps some parents were a bit sensitive about their kids sensitive behinds but turns out DS has the same problem; cheaper brand nappies give him a rash!

    So Huggies all the way for us.

    We did have leaks with the newborn nappies but that was because of having a boy and the positioning problems that come with them! No leaks since.

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    I was the opposite! My son cannot use huggies. I used them when he was newborn and he would just break out in blister and his skin was red raw. Our doctor told us that it was an allergic reaction probably to the elastic and to go with cheaper brands. So we use woolworths select or baby love with him when not using mcn.

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    When I've used Babylove my babies always smell like wee, anyone else found this?

    I use Huggies all the time now


 

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