Love Coles little explorers. My fave nappies!
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29-06-2015 23:14 #11
29-06-2015 23:27 #12
Coles little explorers are great quality but a little on the small side. Same with the Aldi ones. I've also tried Treasures I think it is from chemist warehouse. You can get them on special for $11-12. I am yet to try the comfy bots but will be next time we need nappies.
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30-06-2015 00:02 #13Senior Member
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i converted from huggies to comfy bots with my eldest, back then comfy bots only came in toddler and up so my ds1 used huggies til he fit comfy bots,
I love comfy bots and ds2 went in them from birth,
I brought 1 packet of aldi and never again, horrid fit, annoying and ds2 leaked out of them plus they stink.
Theyre the same price per nappy as comfy bots so I stick with comfy bots, ive yet to find any cheaper per nappy than comfy bots
30-06-2015 11:55 #14
I'll give comfy bots a try next time. Now that DD has gone up to the toddler size, I can't justify spending $23 for a 72 pack of Little Explorer (same price as a 90 pack crawler in Little Explorer) when I can get 100 Comfy Bots for $22.
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01-07-2015 21:06 #15Senior Member
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I wondered about smell. As I find with the Huggies there is very little odour, especially in the morning after a night of pee.
When I've been around friends kids in disposables I've noticed a pee smell particularly with those that use Aldi.
Do you find you need to change more often using the cheaper brands, aldi, comfy bots etc
07-07-2015 22:23 #16
Bought some comfy bots today. I'll let you know how they go!
07-07-2015 22:43 #17
I use comfy bots too. I like them, never leaked unless he's ready for the next size up. I've also tried babylove and little explorers, I think they are all pretty comparable really so stick to the cheaper comfy bots.
I do find they have a bit more of an odour than huggies, however I've also used babylove in the past and found them to be the same odour wise. Unless his nappy is super full I don't notice it (and by then he needs a change anyway). I don't need to change him more often though, just the same as I normally would.
09-07-2015 21:41 #18Senior Member
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We do Aldi during the day and Huggies overnight.
I've found nothing holds the wee overnight like Huggies - anything else, and bub is screaming at 5:30am cos he's sopping wet!
The is a bit more of an odour with Aldi ones (and any non-Huggies brand by comparison), but most of the time during the day he needs a change at that point anyway.
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