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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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Is price a huge factor in the decision of which nappy? Eg "I really like ........ But .......... Are cheaper and not so bad either"

    Not for me. Huggies are IMO the only option for newborn because they are more snug but I find the sizing on huggies to be inaccurate. Ie I find I always had to go up in sizes outside their weight range prematurely with the girls. Snugglers I found to be too loose fitting. Between baby love and comfy bots, so far I have found there to be less poo-splosions and wee leaks with comfy bots.

    Edit: first time I tried comfy bots was solely because of price. I ran out of money and had no option. Now, if my local Coles don't have them I go out of my way to go to another Coles to buy them. The fact they are cheap is the icing on the cake

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    Snugglers. My girls get rub rash from the elastic part at the back of huggies nappies. The newborn ones were ok but infant and up all gave them rub and nappy rash

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    Nature Babycare. A bit more pricey but I love that they are biodegradable

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    I was using a brand called Little Takka's for ages. They went in to administration and our local clearance store had them out really cheap. They were amazing and never had any issues. Then I moved to huggies for a while. We now use the Coles brand comfy bots and they are awesome. The few times I have gone back to huggies I noticed now that they smell quite strong of chemicals when DS has done a wee.

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    Kmart during the day, babylove at night. Never had a leak!

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    I always use Huggies for newborns,they just seem to fit better,other brands are always too big. After that I've been using Babylove,which are going great

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    I never use huggies. Babylove or Coles comfy bots when using disposies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomsie View Post
    Is price a huge factor in the decision of which nappy? Eg "I really like ........ But .......... Are cheaper and not so bad either"

    After having my third (even with my second) I started experimenting with others besides huggies because of cost, but I am one who also thinks nothing compares to huggies. But, as I said, I do use other brands during the day. Huggies newborns are by far the best. They have a wetness line which changes colour or disappears when baby has wet, which is really reassuring the first week of baby's life when the nappy still feels dry as a bone, even though they have urinated.

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    We uses Huggies newborn but I like the aldi ones all the way. dS occasionally leaks at night if he drinks too much milk right before bed but otherwise they are great

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    We used BabyLove till DS was around 2 & then found they began to leak overnight so switched to Aldi & have had no problems.
    We did try Huggies (newborn) but they gave him nappy rash.


 
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