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    Default Wholesale/ bulk buy Disposable nappies

    I was doing cloth nappies for dd but she is only one and I'm about to have another bub in about 4 weeks. With 4 kids to run around after and accepting the fact that I struggle to keep up with housework as it is and have made the decision to use disposables with two in nappies.

    I'm wondering if anyone knows where is good to buy 'sposies in bulk??

    I really like huggies. But I am open to any suggestions. Completely new at disposables.

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    you can buy bigger boxes of huggies at Costco. Also the Coles smart buy ones are cheap and good!

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    I love comfy bots nappies from coles.

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    I also love coles comfy bots as well as aldi. Both about $11 a pack

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    I use Aldi and I'm very happy with them after trying out many brands. Comfy bots would be my second choice.

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    My first choice is comfort plus (from iga) I buy a few packs on special when they are $5. Cheap and never had a leak.
    They are quite often sold out so I also use Aldi ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    I love comfy bots nappies from coles.
    Quote Originally Posted by DizzyDaisy View Post
    I also love coles comfy bots as well as aldi. Both about $11 a pack
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    I use Aldi and I'm very happy with them after trying out many brands. Comfy bots would be my second choice.
    Have you ladies tried the Coles 'Little Explorer' range? If so, how do you rate them vs Coles 'Comfy Bots'? I currently use the Little Explorers and find them quite good.

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    I've used little explorer I like them as well they're very similar to the aldi nappies I found.

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    Default Wholesale/ bulk buy Disposable nappies

    I've used both comfy bots and little explorers and I like both. Comfy bots are very similar to baby love and little explorers are more like pampers I found (I ordered a trial pack of pampers but found since they were so similar to the little explorers they weren't worth it and you can only order them online). Comfy bots are cheaper, so I usually buy them. The only time they've leaked is when he's starting to grow out of a size and is ready for the next size up.

    We don't have aldi yet in Perth (sigh) so I can't comment on those nappies but everyone seems to love them.

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    Comfy bots are good! Can't wait for Aldi to open so I can try those ones.


 

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