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    Just wondering if anyone uses the Kirkland signature brand nappies from Costco? Are they any good?

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    Yes we are using them now. I like them - they are thin and we have not had any leaks in them. We use them for both my 3 years old and 11 month old.
    I would compare them to Pampers nappies.


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    What's the pricing on them do you know? I haven't been in about 4 months.

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    I honestly can't remember as we bought the two boxes about a month ago. They were on sale so we decided to give them a try. We normally use Huggies so per nappy l remember it was much cheaper than the Huggies nappies (when on sale for $30 a box).



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    Went to Costco today and the Kirkland boxes are $56 for all sizes.
    In their size 4 box (10kg to 17kg) you get 180 nappies and size 5 (12kg +) you get 162 nappies...l didn't take notice of how many nappies in smaller size nappies.

    They are not as absorbent as Huggies but l love the thinness of the nappies.
    We did have a minor wee leak with DD today but that was because l was slack with her nappy change today.
    Neither DD or DS have had any nappy rash issues while using these nappies.

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