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    Thinking if buying a case of the Comficare 24/7 diapers. Anyone use them? Are they babyish? How about comfort? They are all white and plastic...right?

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    Babyish.. Eh it doesn't have an absorbant line or medical markers,so that's a start, and while I'm a fan of the all white it's not what I'd call babyish, though some might.
    You won't find a better diaper IMO for absorbancy. Just be warned it's a lot of sap in there so they get really squishy, which I love but some dislike. I'd really recommend getting them at least once, I was on the fence myself, and after this first case I feel I'll be buying many more. Best wishes.

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    Thanks! Tapes strong...good for sleeping in?

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    Actually some people have issues with the tapes, I'm glad you asked. I don't have issues in the day but at night I do due to rolling about.
    My recommendation is going to a craft store or even Walmart and getting some lovely printed tape (ducktape has really cute prints) or packing tape whichever, and using that to strengthen them.

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    They are probably the best diapers I have ever used and I have tried a lot of different brands. The fit is great. Their sizing runs big so the smalls fit me perfectly. I highly recommend them.

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    Great absorbancy, possibly my now favorite for that reason. Can be stiff when you first where them, but will hold more than most without leaking. I have had no issues with tapes on the one case I have used. I highly recommend trying them.

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    I tested these against Bellissimos and found the Bellissimos about 10 to 20 percent more absorbent. I still use the during the day tho. The bit is the best. The plastic real thick and can take a beating.

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    I have been wearing Comficare L10 diapers for 5 nights now. The diaper works great, no leaks not a drop. I have not experience any tape problems and the tapes are strong. The tapes hold the diaper in place even when the diaper is very wet. It did slip down a little bit when it is heavy or full. These are the thickest diapers that I have ever worn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyToddler View Post
    I have been wearing Comficare L10 diapers for 5 nights now. The diaper works great, no leaks not a drop. I have not experience any tape problems and the tapes are strong. The tapes hold the diaper in place even when the diaper is very wet. It did slip down a little bit when it is heavy or full. These are the thickest diapers that I have ever worn.
    I think there is some confusion? I think the original poster meant Conficare with an N, not Comficare. Common mistake on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BouncyBoy View Post
    I think there is some confusion? I think the original poster meant Conficare with an N, not Comficare. Common mistake on here.
    So which one is BabyBride talking about? Or did BabyBride meant Confidry 24/7 ?

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