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    I get quilton. At 50c a roll for 3 ply (when you buy the 24 pack) you can't go wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miados2007 View Post
    We have an aldi 5 mins away, I was wondering has anyone used aldi newborn nappies? I noticed the dramatic price difference compared to huggies. I used huggies with my other 2 religiously a lot of my friends used huggies newborn & swapped to aldi later on. Is there a difference?
    We use snugglers. They are $20 a box at big w as opposed to $33 for huggies and they are pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    I get quilton. At 50c a roll for 3 ply (when you buy the 24 pack) you can't go wrong.

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    Ilk have to look at this. But I always thought was expensive. I tried sorbent this time as it wff on special for the same amount as purex. Its horrible! ! Like sandpaper. It even has scratchy bumps.

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    Aldi expensive toilet paper is only 30c a roll and great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meags82 View Post
    Aldi expensive toilet paper is only 30c a roll and great
    Third time. No aldi any where near me

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    I look at the price per 100 sheets. i think it purex that is the cheapest by a long way. At coles anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndigoJ View Post
    Third time. No aldi any where near me

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    Wouldn't be lovely if it was. I would get dh to do a huge shop when he heads up that way every week if there was. It suxs big time that nearest one to me is 18 hrs drive away.

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    We use sorbent but the long roll ones as i reckon they are better then the normal rolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anewme View Post
    I look at the price per 100 sheets. i think it purex that is the cheapest by a long way. At coles anyway
    I'm pretty sure it's the same at woolies last time I checked. Despite that I find a roll of purex is gone in under a day (how I have no idea) but a roll of quilton will last 1.5-2 days meaning a 24 pack lasts us a month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunkydunks View Post
    If your DS is taking yogurt most days then I'd say yes. Bread, maybe not. The hb one is only $1 for white or $1.50 for wholemeal/multigrain.


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    The woolies near us always has reduced bread going out. Always has 3 days left on the use by date too...I get helgas, abbotts bread for $2 a loaf or hb bread for 80c. Then I just freeze and get out as required

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