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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    Huggies all the way. Never leaked, and preferred them to other brands.

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    ATM I'm using snugglers or babylove during the day and huggies at night because they leak the least but still do leak which annoys me with the price they ask. If I can find them on sale a stock up on them. I've been looking for a cheaper day one for when this box of snugglers is finished. Might try Comfy Bots, Aldi gave him a rash.

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    I use huggies for the first week or so, then cloth nappies

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    I used Huggies at first but cost did become a factor so tried comfy bots and really liked them - then they became new & improved (or for us- read thin and ill fitting) so I tried the Coles Gumnut babies ones (slightly more $ than comfy bots but cheaper than huggies). More than adequate for us :-)

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    Snugglers - except for a box of newborn Huggies for that first few weeks, Huggies nb's just seem to fit better.

    I've also used woollies select and like them.

    No price issue here...My boys don't seem to pee thru any nappy & neither get nappy rash so it seems pointless to pay $10-$15 more for Huggies when cheaper brands do exactly the same.
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    I used Woolies select for both kids & swear by them. Hated it when they weren't available & I had to use anything else.

    I hate BabyLove & Coles... They always felt cheap and tacky to me.

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    Comfy bots, I have 4 kids and have been almost religious in nappies, used to be only huggies, then it was babyloves. I stumbled on comfy bots last year and they are awesome. I have never had a leak ever. And they are just perfect. I could kick myself at the amount of money I wasted on huggies when I didn't have to.

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    We often use Comfy Bots they are soft and are cheaper. But often get Woolworths home brand as well as they are cheap, I'm not so keen on the WW homebrand as they are quite rough and their sizing is weird but they contain alot I find especially over night with a 4 month old.

    I'm not a fan of Huggies at all every time we got them recently they have been crap and they are quite pricey for not so many.

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    I used Huggies on DD when she was little, and then Snugglers from 6 months on.

    DD I have used Aldi the whole way through. I found Huggies leaked on him, Aldi don't. We shop at Aldi anyway, so they are convenient for us.

    Babylove give both my kids a nasty rash. Actually, pretty much every nappy I've tried except the ones I ended up using gave my poor kids a rash!

    Price was never an issue, if the brand that works for me happen to be cheaper, then it's a win all round! I used to buy Huggies and Snugglers in bulk when Big W had them on sale, it didn't really work out that much dearer!

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    Huggies for all 3 - it seems to be the only nappies which don't cause nappy rash or leak with our kids!

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