View Poll Results: Do you prefer a Cloth backed or Plastic backed disposable diaper ?

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    38 16.96%
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    186 83.04%
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Thread: Please vote: Do you prefer a Cloth backed or Plastic backed adult disposable diaper ?

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    Default Please vote: Do you prefer a Cloth backed or Plastic backed adult disposable diaper ?

    Please vote: Do you prefer a cloth backed or plastic backed adult disposable diaper ?
    (If you only wear cloth diapers/plastic pants, no need to vote)

    Medium to Super Capacity range cloth backed adult disposable diaper with leak guards and tapes/micro-velcro

    or

    Medium to Super Capacity range plastic backed adult disposable diaper with leak guards and tapes


    The above poll is born from a need to further clarify the poll that can be found at:

    https://www.adisc.org/forum/showthre...t-have-changed

    Kudos to: babyboy for the original polls
    Last edited by LittleICme; 13-Jan-2016 at 02:36.

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    I do prefer plastic-backed, though it's not a strong preference and always have some "cloth"-backed diapers around for discretion if I'm going to wear near my wife. In a quiet house, you can hear the rustle of a plastic diaper, even under pants, but my favorite cloth ones (Tena Super Stretch, Northshore AirSupreme) are quiet as a mouse.

    -RMS

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    I voted plastic backed because that is what I wear most often but I cant totally knock cloth backed diapers either, they have their place and I do tend to use them more in the summer because they are cooler. Personally I prefer the diapers that the center is plastic and the wings or side panels are cloth like the molicare comfort super or the tena slip original but those are the only 2 i know of with those features and neither one is very absorbent. Just my 2 cents

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    Plastic backed are great, but it really all depends on what's going on. In the Summer time or if I feel like wearing out and about and don't want to be concerned about the sound, cloth backed rules. I do like the idea of being able to doodle on plastic backed to create your own custom designs. Stickers are also a plus!

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    Plastic backed. They hold alot more. Im double end incontinent and it holds the bowel movement well

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    No contest, plastic every time if given the choice. I'm open to cloth-like if it's effective and does what I need it to do, but most of the time plastic just does it better.

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    I prefer cloth backed, I have less issues with the tapes :I

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    I much prefer plastic backed, Abena M4s are awesome. ^u^

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    Plastic backed with no doubt. The few cloth backed ones I tried were a disappointment, tapes coming apart, the diaper having a tendency to fall off, plus I prefer by far the feeling of plastic vs. the cottonfeel stuff. And the crinkle... <3



    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnythepony View Post
    Abena M4s are awesome. ^u^
    Yes they are!!

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    Plastic-backed get my vote because they are a lot more functional.

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