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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    We always used Aldi, as they were soft round the legs. Huggies were too stiff and made DS's groin sore. Coles ones aggravated his eczema.

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    Is price a huge factor in the decision of which nappy? Eg "I really like ........ But .......... Are cheaper and not so bad either"


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    We use Aldi nappies in the day and Huggies at night. I'm not confident the Aldi would cut it as an overnight nappy, but they are fine for day.

    Babylove are okay, once again for daytime use.

    At times I've used Huggies only, but I save money by using cheaper day nappies so that's how I roll now.

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    I used snugglers for DS1 and DS2... occasionally use aldi or babylove too though.

    Planning on huggies newborn for bub when he's born, then switching to snugglers once hes a bit bigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetaime View Post
    When I've used Babylove my babies always smell like wee, anyone else found this?

    I use Huggies all the time now
    This is why I stopped using babylove!

    I use snugglers because they are a good fit and don't leak for my ds.
    I have used the comfy bots ones and still use them if money is tight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeddie View Post
    This is why I stopped using babylove!

    I use snugglers because they are a good fit and don't leak for my ds.
    I have used the comfy bots ones and still use them if money is tight
    It's a shame because I like the feel of babylove, nice and soft. I haven't tried snugglers

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    The only ones that don't leak for dd are the Woolworths home brand ones. Luckily they're cheap too!

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    Found it hard to get a good fit and my DS is not big by any means! Huggies are ok but found sizing a bit weird and found that he was wet overnight. Used the gumnut babies ones from Coles found them a good fit and good overnight. I use comfy bots mainly-great fit and find they are great absorbency point of view. Have also tried aldi which are good.


    Have people found differences once their bubs start food?


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    Huggies for newborns. I tried baby love newborns with DS1 and they leaked every time! Also tried the target brand (comfy bots maybe?!) and they were a terrible fit.

    Switched to baby love once DS1 was in a bigger size and have no problems except at night they leak (he does sleep 12-14 hours overnight though) so I use huggies overnight.

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    Comfy bots or aldi if I use disposables but I mainly use cloth.


 

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