It looks like a cheap store brand. Aka (Cvs, rite aid)
Last edited by hunter1070; 20-May-2014 at 07:19.
it could also be a First Quality brand diaper or a Tranquility brand diaper
they may be ok for light to moderate wetting but not for heavy wetters or over night wetting.
It might be medline brand as well. I had something similar to that.
I think I have my research 75% right they are CVS Store Brand Diapers. Ratings isn't really that good like 3.5/5. It looks the same with a golden line the wet indicator. They make them 1.35 Per unit and they aren't really that big. It's meant for like 9-13 year olds.
It's either a First Quality, or a First Quality made store brand product. They can be either Wal-Mart, CVS, Walgreens, Rite-Aid, or another one of their brands called Prevail. They are the most commonly found diapers you find in stores these days that don't say Depend.