Just wondering which disposable nappies people have found the best I use cloth most of the time and disposables when out for the day and for overnight. I'm just about to run out of huggies that we were given when dd was born. I have tried comfy bots and baby love from sample packs and have had no problems with these and also looking at aldi and Coles
Dry fit? Dd is in infant size
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03-12-2012 13:29 #1Senior Member
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03-12-2012 13:30 #2
I switched from huggies to baby love and find them great! Cheaper than huggies but just as absorbent.
03-12-2012 13:31 #3
Aldi mamia all the way!!! $11.50 a pkt
03-12-2012 13:32 #4
Re: Which nappies??
I switched DS from Huggies to Coles Comfy bots and I have had no problems! And they are a lot cheaper
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03-12-2012 13:34 #5
Baby love, coles or woolies brand i found to all be good - baby love being my preferred out the cheaper ones tho
Huggies i find better for overnight as they never leak
03-12-2012 13:36 #6
We use cloth during the day and Babylove at night, never had a leak and she is in them for 12hrs (I don't change overnight nappies unless they smell). That is crawler size.
03-12-2012 13:39 #7
I switched from huggies to mamia and have never tried another nappy, never had a leak.
03-12-2012 13:42 #8
I use Huggies, snugglers, and Coles comfy bots depending on what I feel like!
I don't like babylove and all other cheap brands give DS a rash.
03-12-2012 13:54 #9
Baby love are my favourite cause they are soft and don't leave marks around the legs. Aldi ones are next best but I find only from crawler size up. The newborn ones were horrible.
03-12-2012 13:57 #10
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