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Thread: Rubber Pants VS Plastic pants?

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    Default Rubber Pants VS Plastic pants?

    What is the different if you compare Rubber Pants VS Plastic pants?

    What is the best type of pants to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikachu View Post
    What is the different if you compare Rubber Pants VS Plastic pants?

    What is the best type of pants to use?
    Well,

    I have rubber, plastic, vinal, nylon, pul diaper covers...

    First thing is rubber has a smell...and I feel they are easy to wreck or rip...
    Plastic...depending on type are very noisy...
    Nylon, very durable, very comfortable, not very noisy...
    Pul, one layer I don't like, but with another cloth outer is good...

    My favorite is nylon and pul with another layer.

    Biggest thing isn't the material, it's the cut and fit...

    I have some nice pul covers that are just not high enough rise...they are in a box somewhere...

    I use them over disposables for insurance, which is needed some days...

    My personal method at nite is diaper(disposable) a pair of cotton briefs, then a diaper cover...usually a onesie over that...

    The diaper does its job, the briefs will soak up any small leaks in say the leg areas, and also wick away any sweat...and the cover keeps the moisture contained...

    Since I've been doing that I don't think I've had more than maybe one or two leaks on the sheets a year.

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    Well, I haven't ordered from them in quite some time...

    They appear to be a lower rise than some of the others...

    For what use?
    Cover for cloth?
    Cover for disposable?
    Just for play?
    Why rubber?

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    From what I read, I see that Real Rubber pants are more work to care for. if you don't care for them they crack, stain etc. Washing them after each use and air drying them are important. If you are going to use them as your main cover over your diaper 24/7 you will need many pairs of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyM View Post
    From what I read, I see that Real Rubber pants are more work to care for. if you don't care for them they crack, stain etc. Washing them after each use and air drying them are important. If you are going to use them as your main cover over your diaper 24/7 you will need many pairs of them.
    Well, I doubt 24/7 is the intended use as the op isn't ic to my knowledge...

    But, yes if your using them like that you'll need many pair of these, and most kinds as well...

    Op, what is the intended use, so we can give experience and knowledge pertinent to your request.

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    Rubber is also... well, it can get hot and uncomfortable. Even plastic pants have some itching and sweating issues but rubber is just too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattiKins View Post
    Rubber is also... well, it can get hot and uncomfortable. Even plastic pants have some itching and sweating issues but rubber is just too much.
    Well, that depends on what you looking for...

    Maybe you were bad and leaked on something, it's rubber pants for the next week as example...

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    Not this little guy, hehe. Nah, just the one time I tried rubber pants as an adult I found them uncomfortable.

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    I only use plastic pants, not rubber ones.

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