Thumbs up for Sainsburys nappies

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  1. TaffyRose

    TaffyRose Well-Known Member

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    I have always been a big fan of Little Angels nappies, however recently Max seems to be weeing loads at night and most mornings he's soaked through, which I think is waking him up early and giving him a really sore bum. I was shopping yesterday in Sainsburys and thought what the hell, it's about the only own brand I haven't tried over the last 11 months. They have an extra layer at the front of the nappy, which I thought might help especially with a boy and bingo! Max didn't wake up until 8am this morning and although his nappy was bulging with wee and the biggest poo I'd ever seen there was no leaks :) Fingers crossed we also have more 8am starts now xxx
     
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    PINK BUTTERFLY Well-Known Member

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    Excellent news....well worth it! :)

    Are they a lot more expensive? X
     
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    TaffyRose Well-Known Member

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    No I think they are comparable with Little Angels, they are doing 2 packs for £10 so no more expensive :) xxx
     
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    I pick up a pack next time I'm in, James is a proper night-time wee'er. Pampers still just about keep him from leaking through but he must be able to feel it?? I am sure it doesn't feel nice!

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    Maybe this is why James is wakening early Hun? It's worth a go? Xx


     
  6. TaffyRose

    TaffyRose Well-Known Member

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    That's what I thought, I was even getting to the stage where I was considering changing him during the night but really didn't want to go this route as it would wake him up. it can't feel nice to have that next to your skin for 8+ hours. But this morning there was definitely an improvement in his nappy rash and he slept in so fx the nappy kept the moisture away from his skin a bit better. That plus using Metanium which I have found is an amazing cream for nappy rash. I'd say they are definitely worth trying xxx
     
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    CARNAT22 Well-Known Member

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    I thought this as I was typing!

    He hasn't got nappy rash or anything but he def has a full nappy every morning so I need to try some different ones!!

    xxxxxxx
     
  8. TaffyRose

    TaffyRose Well-Known Member

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    These are magic nappies!! Max slept in until 8am this morning and has just got up from a 3 hour nap!! :shock: xxx
     
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    I use Sainsburys to :)
     
  10. Wilson28

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    we've tried sainsburys ones and again im not overly impressed with how much they hold.
    Arthur wakes to a heavy full nappy, so i just use pampers at night which hold it but if he poo's too then it just leaks, little angels gave him a right sore bum, as i've heard they arn't bio degradable and this is why :(
    have you tried the aldi ones? they are quite good think i paid £4.50 for 50 of them.
    They are ok for the day and regular changes but i wouldnt put him in any other than pampers at night xx
     
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    It's funny how everyone seems to get on with different brands as pampers are a no go for us, they gave max awful nappy rash and leaked nearly every night xxx
     
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    The majority of nappies aren't biodegradable Hun, or at the most 80% biodegradable. I think Naty make a cheap ish biodegradable. I've not heard of any difference between any other nappy brand, but Naty and other "Eco disposables" don't use so many nasty chemicals, if that's something you'd like to look into xx


     
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    where do u get them from hun xx
     
  14. sallybee

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    I've seen them in Mothercare xx


     
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    I think I've seen Naty in Boots? I think one of my friend used them, once again she said they were great for day but she wouldn't trust them to hold everything overnight xxx
     
  16. Karate Kid

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    We use Naty during the day if we are away as I CBA to get organised with my reusables before a trip, I love them and I only wish I could use them at night but I simply can't as C wets through everything even reusables with a liner!!??

    We use Pampers baby dry at night, interestingly I have never thought about a heavily wetted nappy causing him to wake early?! Makes sense though!!

    I think I will try the Sainsbury's nappies.

    Xx


     
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    Oh and we get our Naty from boots/Tesco xx


     
  18. TaffyRose

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    Worth a try KK, maybe see if any friends use them and pinch a couple to try at night. I put a Sainsbury nappy up against a Pampers one this evening as I think the Sainsburys one is more generous in size. They seem to come up higher at the front, which I think helps especially with a boy xx
     
  19. Karate Kid

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    Thanks Hun I will report back!! Xx




     

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