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    Who has changing mats and what do they look like? I bought some pampers disposable changing mats.Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	26786 what do your diapering supplies look like? Pics please.Click image for larger version. 

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    Yay, it's the right way for once in its life!

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    Sorry I can't provide any proper pictures (not at home for the weekend).

    I use 2 changing mats I bought on Amazon, one as pictured and the other one upside down so that I have enough space, at least for everything except my legs^^

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    I also tried one of the adult size changing mats which you can order on different ABDL related sites, but IMO they are not as comfy as the 2 baby ones I have.

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    I was going to get baby ones that were padded but I couldn't get them anywhere, so I will stick with the mats as they will do the same job and I just lie on the bed like I always used to, just throw them away instead of cleaning them is the only difference, but I wish I had a padded one.

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    I use Huggies disposable changing mat on top of my baby dresser.
    For changing I use Huggies wipes, Johnson's diaper cream, powder and baby lotion.
    Inside the pampers bag there's actually Tena maxi slip.
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    What are the disposable ones like? I imagine them to just be like sleep mats?

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    Disposable ones are thin but absorbant and quite good for even for a adult sized wee! They come in a pack of 12 and even have teddy bears on the back.

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    I now use this!
    https://www.adisc.org/forum/showthre...d-Changing-Pad!

    I used to use one of these countered-pads:
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    The baby changing pad was okay, and it was cute being able to strap in--though my partner and I hardly ever used that feature. The biggest plus is that it took up very little space, and it was easy to wipe-down. (the obvious con being that it was too small, so it felt awkward using it)

    As far as other supplies go, we use this wipe-warmer occasionally (it usually sits in the bathroom unplugged most of the time, as it dries out the wipes if left on too long), and J&J Powder. Nothing too crazy.
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    A wipe warmer?, that's new, I never heard of a wipe warmer before, what does it feel like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angelic View Post
    A wipe warmer?, that's new, I never heard of a wipe warmer before, what does it feel like?
    In the winter, when it's cold, it's nice to have a wipe warmer. the wipes comes out warm and comforting.

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