I live in the US, but frequently travel to Waterloo Ontario for work.
While here on my recent trip I searched the web looking to see if perchance the local stores sell better diapers than the crappy Depends they peddle in the states.
I stumbled across an article about a woman that started her own cloth diaper business 7 years ago that stemmed from her making cloth diapers and plastic panties for her child. Shortly after she began selling online she learned of the ABDL community and began offering adult sizes. After acquiring another small local diaper service (AC Medical) she expanded her product line to feature all the big name quality Disposables and a myriad of ABDL accessories. She now runs a small warehouse in Kitchner ON and claims 70% of her business is ABDL.
The company name is rearz inc and is located less than 10 minutes from where I'm staying.
I went to check it out on my lunch break today and was NOT disappointed.
It's is a small establishment (not much to look at from the outside) but it's the first store I've ever been into and walk out with some Abenas
The whole AB side isn't really my thing, but the variety of plastic and rubber panties along with onesies and a whole bunch other AB stuff was awesome to see.
I'm normally quite nervous to walk in and purchase my diapers from a local store, but knowing they cater to our community put my mind at ease. I never felt judged or nervous that the clerk or any other workers would think I was a weirdo.
The owner was actually working the register. She was very nice and even asked if I'd like to take my things out in a black trash bag for discretionary reasons.
I am now back at my hotel in a mildly soaked Abena Abriform composing this message to everyone, to share my exciting new find!
I think any AB or DL within driving distance should definitely check this place out.
Rearz Inc - Baby + Adult Cloth Diapers and Incontinence Aids is the store website. They apparently ship to 20 different countries.
And the article that lead me there can be found
Kitchener cloth diaper business is booming, for kids and adults