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Thread: dry 24/7 diapers

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    Default dry 24/7 diapers

    I noticed that a lot of people on here are talking about a diaper called "Dry 24/7" and I've never heard of those before. Where do you get them, and are they available in the U.S.?
    Also, how well do they hold up to say a Bambino diaper? I don't use disposables because I get a rash from them, I sweat profusely, so I'm in cloth almost constantly. I do have some bambinos for the rare occasions when I'm too embarrassed to wear my cloth diapers to a doctors visit, (usually one I've never been to before, my regular docs all know I wear cloth), but I'm only in them a short period, so I don't get a rash that way.
    But I was just curious about them. Any comments?

    BTW, I did a search for this topic and didn't find anything, but if I duplicated one, I'm sorry.

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    There are several threads about Dry 24/7's >.>...Check Darkfinn's threads, he has a review about them

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    Thank you both for the info. I appreciate it.

    [QUOTE]Go to www.dry24/ and there will be all information you need for getting. Have fun.[QUOTE]

    I just tried this web site, but it won't load, not found according to my computer. Are you sure this is right?

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    They are superior to Bambino.

    I wear them to work every day and they hold for a good 10-12 hours... I work in a warehouse with no A/C so my job involves a lot of lifting, climbing, and sweating. I've never had a problem out of these diapers.

    Edit: If anyone has any specific questions about the dry 24/7 diapers... feel free to PM me or contact me via Yahoo messenger... it'll be easier than repeating myself a thousand more times here
    Last edited by Darkfinn; 28-Aug-2008 at 18:32.

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    IMHO... better. The tapes hold much better... the plastic is softer... I just feel that they are more comfortable and secure than an Abena. Plus they are cheaper too.

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    ^^darkfinn, your so convincing. i love my abena's though

    i have solved the tape problem with staples, and i find them extremly comfortable.
    i really need to sample these other ones though

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    You really should... there is no doubt in my mind that they are better than Abenas, Molis, or Secures... and for around $1 per diaper you can't find a better deal.

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