Alright I am trying to buy some boosters here that are REALLY cheap but I have no clue how much they can hold. basically I want to get boosters for a TOTAL cost of no more then $20 but I am looking for maximum absorbency. The boosters I found on the link below are pretty cheap but I have no clue how much they can hold. Also in the future(4 months from now say) I am willing to pay more for better boosters but what I really want is more bang for my buck right now. Essentially I want the cheapest boosters that get the most absorbency right now more or less. does anyone happen to know how much these boosters can hold? And are there better ones then this in terms of absorbency for their price? After these questions are answered I just wanted to know which boosters are by and far the most absorbent for future purchases. I am a heavy wetter at night and I am a side sleeper as well. I intend to stack boosters with Abri-form L4's for night time use. I am 6'6" tall and weigh about 250 pounds and when I release while i'm sleeping it's going to be a lot and I don't want any more leaks occurring.I have plastic pants and a mattress protector already but I am concerned about the fact that every morning when I wake up I use the plastic pants without exception and i'm thinking that I would like to at least to stand a chance to not do so as this is going to ruin the plastic pants eventually and I would prefer to avoid needing them altogether if possible.
here is the link to the booster pads I was talking about
Cottony Ultimate Incontinence Pads, 30 count: Personal Care : Walmart.com