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    Default Looking for work diapers

    Looking for a diaper to wear to work, but it has to fit a specific cirteria

    1. It has to be purchasable in the uk,In stores not online
    2.it needs to be pretty discreet so thin and not crinkly
    3. Capacity is not a concern, I'll be wearing these while working with food so I'd only wet/mess on a brake or on the way home ( something that can deal with one mess and wet is all I need)
    4. I'll settle for pull ups or diapers, although I may prefer pull-ups for the fact that they don't have tape sounds
    5. Price isn't really a concern but I'd prefer to not pay too much

    So yeah that's pretty much it, I was think of good nights or other bed wetting aids cause I know they can handle a mess surprisingly well

    Any ideas?

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    Well, with those criteria, probably the best option other than GoodNites/Underjams would be Boots StayDry slips or pull-ups, which should be available in most reasonably-sized Boots stores. They are rebranded Attends.

    Their absorbency is nothing to write home about, and they're actually more expensive per nappy than Tena, Abena et al, since they only come in ten-packs, but that's realistically all there is, unless you start looking up more specialist stores, which are few and far between.

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    You could also use depends real fit if you don't need the capacity. An adult pull up for slow leaks, but not very babyish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymt View Post
    You could also use depends real fit if you don't need the capacity. An adult pull up for slow leaks, but not very babyish.
    I would second that. I personally wouldn't care for them, but it sounds like what you're looking for.

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    It's a bit gross that you'd be working with food, germs can spread and if anyone found out it could get you into trouble because it could be seen as a health risk. But to answer your question, boots stay dry slips, tena slips or drynites are all pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonstah View Post
    It's a bit gross that you'd be working with food, germs can spread and if anyone found out it could get you into trouble because it could be seen as a health risk. But to answer your question, boots stay dry slips, tena slips or drynites are all pretty good.
    I'm not looking to use them on shift, just wear for the sense of security. I'd only use them off hours

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    Quote Originally Posted by CookieMonstah View Post
    It's a bit gross that you'd be working with food, germs can spread and if anyone found out it could get you into trouble because it could be seen as a health risk. But to answer your question, boots stay dry slips, tena slips or drynites are all pretty good.
    I wonder what an incontinent chef should do then? Or does being incontinent stop you working with food? What about cooking for yourself? Just a thought...

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    Quote Originally Posted by babymt View Post
    I wonder what an incontinent chef should do then? Or does being incontinent stop you working with food? What about cooking for yourself? Just a thought...
    I've seen this concern before and I don't get it. Unless you're running around with your hands in your diaper like Tommy Pickles, I don't see how it's particularly unhygienic. When I'm working, I've got my trousers on and a shirt tucked in (or a onesie) and my hands aren't coming into contact with my diaper. If adjustments need to be made, you hit the washroom and wash hands after. Touching one's face is a much more significant concern from where I stand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor View Post
    I've seen this concern before and I don't get it. Unless you're running around with your hands in your diaper like Tommy Pickles, I don't see how it's particularly unhygienic. When I'm working, I've got my trousers on and a shirt tucked in (or a onesie) and my hands aren't coming into contact with my diaper. If adjustments need to be made, you hit the washroom and wash hands after. Touching one's face is a much more significant concern from where I stand.
    Precisely

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    I wore the real fit for men for the first month of my bladder issue, they are great for small leaks but will leak on a full flood. You could also try Abena or northshore pullups.

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