So I'm looking for a new booster. I had been using Total Dry Boost Ups, but they are fraught with issues. Little sap balls leak out of it, no matter how full it is or where positioned, and it has a tendency to "explode" at random times and get sap all over you. You can never tell when you're reaching the limit of these thing. I've gone through 15 bags of all sizes of these and there's no question they are not ideal for me. I've read similar complaints on here and elsewhere.
So moving on. I quite like the Bambino Quadros's but... I've read they don't wick well (or as well as others), so they might be better for slow pee-ers or real IC's.
I read a review on Amazon that Abena AbriLet Maxi is really good at wicking and handles a flood very well and uses up all of the pad. It's also 4 inches longer. I am a flooder more than not, I have a hard time going it slow.
What I don't know if these are both comparable in capacity. I've used the Quadro's before, and they don't wick that well, so I'm going to assume the Abena will have a better capacity as it can use more of the bad more easily, not to mention it's 4 inches longer.
I tried some of the extra large "winged" pads. That's a no go. Too big for my diapers. What I need is a high capacity, good wicking, good floodable 6 inch wide, long rectangular solid booster that doesn't explode or leak sap balls like the Total Dry Boost Ups.
Thoughts? Opinions? Ideas on capacity? Cost is not really an issue.
Oh, and I'm using Bambino Bellissimo Medium and Large (in between sizes).