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    Hi! I was just wondering if there were an alternative to wearing an adult diaper. You know something that will hold, same feeling etc. Thanks for your advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adiba View Post
    Hi! I was just wondering if there were an alternative to wearing an adult diaper. You know something that will hold, same feeling etc. Thanks for your advice
    Uh, well... depending on your stature and bladder capacity... an alternative to adult diapers... would be either no diapers or, youth/baby diapers... I'm not sure you question -Sorry.

    Can you explain better detail about what you mean... and, with that... baby diapers aren't going to feel the same as adult diapers... If you're looking for small adult diapers... there are some out there though, not as many...

    My best,
    -Marka

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    Actually, what works very well would be a toddler-sized prefold as an insert for regular underwear. The diaper twill weave is not only soft, it also breaths. It not only serves as a standoff between the legs, which gives pressure and tactile feedback, but also helps wick some of the moisture and condensation from the skin.

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    Before I was really able to buy adult diapers, I used to make my own diapers. You can always use a garbage bag or other plastic bag as the outer layer and then find an absorbent layer for the inside, such as a towel or baby sized cloth diapers. To me, it actually felt pretty close to the real thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adiba View Post
    Hi! I was just wondering if there were an alternative to wearing an adult diaper. You know something that will hold, same feeling etc. Thanks for your advice
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    and no, I don't advise that!

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    Without knowing anything about what you're trying to accomplish, I'll just say that I have a supply of pads and pull-ups on hand at all times so I can have that security but without the bulk. I'm fortunate enough to work from home these days, so I get to wear all day, which is wonderful. But in my last job I had to work in an office, where wearing and wetting a full-on diaper just wouldn't be cool. That's when I started buying Depend Real Fits and things like the Seni Man Fit (which is absolutely the best guard on the market). I wanted to feel just a little naughty, but without the bulk.

    -RMS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adiba View Post
    Hi! I was just wondering if there were an alternative to wearing an adult diaper. You know something that will hold, same feeling etc.


    Quote Originally Posted by Honeywell6180 View Post
    Actually, what works very well would be a toddler-sized prefold as an insert for regular underwear.
    The great thing about baby cloth diapers, especially the non-fitted types like prefolds and flats, is that they can easily be excused as cleaning supplies if discovered by somebody who doesn't know of your affinity for diapers. And besides being great as boosters--or even just as padding in underwear--a couple of cloth baby diapers are easily diaper-pinned together to create effective makeshifts. It probably goes without saying that wetting a prefold or other cloth diaper without a waterproof cover is a recipe for "disaster". (Although some of us like "disaster", so...)

    Continuing with this train of thought: Green Mountain Diapers makes some of the largest "toddler" prefolds available anywhere, and in a variety of fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    The great thing about baby cloth diapers, especially the non-fitted types like prefolds and flats, is that they can easily be excused as cleaning supplies if discovered by somebody who doesn't know of your affinity for diapers. And besides being great as boosters--or even just as padding in underwear--a couple of cloth baby diapers are easily diaper-pinned together to create effective makeshifts. It probably goes without saying that wetting a prefold or other cloth diaper without a waterproof cover is a recipe for "disaster". (Although some of us like "disaster", so...)

    Continuing with this train of thought: Green Mountain Diapers makes some of the largest "toddler" prefolds available anywhere, and in a variety of fabrics.
    Green Mountain Diapers is the site I go to for the toddler sized prefolds. I prefer the white, bleached cotton variety. One of those can last me for several hours, until I have to do a swap due to sweat and condensation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    The great thing about baby cloth diapers, especially the non-fitted types like prefolds and flats, is that they can easily be excused as cleaning supplies if discovered by somebody who doesn't know of your affinity for diapers. And besides being great as boosters--or even just as padding in underwear--a couple of cloth baby diapers are easily diaper-pinned together to create effective makeshifts. It probably goes without saying that wetting a prefold or other cloth diaper without a waterproof cover is a recipe for "disaster". (Although some of us like "disaster", so...)

    Continuing with this train of thought: Green Mountain Diapers makes some of the largest "toddler" prefolds available anywhere, and in a variety of fabrics.
    Yeah.. I think I'm gonna try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlesaurus86 View Post
    Before I was really able to buy adult diapers, I used to make my own diapers. You can always use a garbage bag or other plastic bag as the outer layer and then find an absorbent layer for the inside, such as a towel or baby sized cloth diapers. To me, it actually felt pretty close to the real thing.
    Thanks for the reply. Can you explain a bit more how you used to make them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honeywell6180 View Post
    Actually, what works very well would be a toddler-sized prefold as an insert for regular underwear. The diaper twill weave is not only soft, it also breaths. It not only serves as a standoff between the legs, which gives pressure and tactile feedback, but also helps wick some of the moisture and condensation from the skin.
    Thanks.I like your advice

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    Yeah. I think I'm gonna try it

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