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brand of diapers

Neva - posted on 12/14/2009 ( 12 moms have responded )

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I was just curious on which brand of diapers and wipes people choose to use?

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Jessica - posted on 12/14/2009

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I've used many diapers just to see which one i figured was best. My rankings are 1.luvs 2.Huggies 3.Pampers. Try to stay away from the off brands or store brands. They are cheaper, yes. But they don't hold as much nor do they have good enough "shields" to block the urine or feces. They are prone to leakage, which means you go through 2X the amount the cheap diapers resulting that you spend about the same as if it was a name brand. I am very happy with Target wipes . They are cheap and seem to be very tough compared to others.

Kendall - posted on 12/14/2009

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for the first year i only used pampers swaddlers and cruisers and pampers sensitive wipes but now i use sams club diapers and wipes. my daughter has very sensitive skin but we have not had any problems with these. they are way cheaper and the only thing i noticed at the beginning is that the sams wipes are not as sopping wet as the pampers but after a few days using them you forget all about it.

Claire - posted on 12/14/2009

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i usually use huggies nappies and pampers wipes but i usually buy whatevers on offer.

Ricky - posted on 12/14/2009

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I use Pampers or Huggies, whatever one is on sale (although I kind of prefer Pampers,they are softer). Same with wipes I use whatever is on sale.

Amy - posted on 12/14/2009

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We've tried just about everything we could get our hands on. We found that Pampers worked the best for us, and later found ShopKo store brand, they worked exactly like Pampers but cheaper. We haven't used Pampers in over a year, and don't have issues with leakage (unless we our son drinks a LOT at night, then no diaper will not leak).

Heather - posted on 12/14/2009

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Pampers and Pampers Sensitive wipes we have lots of allergies other diapers and wipes gave her rashes, some wipes made blisters. I had awesome luck with them and love the swaddlers they are soo soft. Although I didnt like the crusiers as they left lint on her bum.

Katie - posted on 12/14/2009

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I use fuzzi bunz cloth diapers. We love them! (oh, and hubby even helps cleant them!) I don't have to touch poop, just dump and wash. Its great, economical and cheaper! I use cloth wipes mostly, but use whatever store brand of wipes that i come across when i run out of regular ones.

Deana - posted on 12/14/2009

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Take it from someone who has tried them all. I have 4 boys ages 8, 5, and the twins are almost 2. Huggies, Pampers, and Luvs all work equally well. I usually buy whichever are on special at Target. With twins I need the biggest box for the cheapest price. It is also true that store brands do not hold as much and will leak more often. As far as wipes go I have no preference, as long as they are pop ups they wipe fine.

Amanda - posted on 12/14/2009

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I use luvs, they work on my son, and a lot of the other ones leak. I use pampers wipes, the ones with no smell? I think they are called sensitive wipes, he's not sensitive, but I don't think a boy needs to smell like lavender or chamomile lol

Jamie - posted on 12/14/2009

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I liked pampers and huggies. I found store brand diapers didnt hold as much and leaked a lot. I used target wipes though, they are larger then regualr wipies.

Neva - posted on 12/14/2009

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i use pampers diapers and huggies wipes. i like the way pampers hugs my daughter and i like the way huggies wipes smell.

La - posted on 12/14/2009

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I use luvs. They never leak for me and are a few dollars cheaper than huggies or pampers. I use the babies r us generic wipes and they work great.

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