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    Princes

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    Hi, I was wondering if swim diapers were worth buying. I think it could be interesting but I'd like to know if I should buy them or just swim with normal diapers (I wear these for a size refrence: http://www.walgreens.com/store/c/wel...183762-product). If they are worth buying, what brand is a good one?

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    If you fit in 4-5T pull up style pants, then I suppose you Might fit in swim diapers. I only know of one brand, huggies little swimmers. Though I really mean you Might fit in them, I could "fit" in pull-ups at one point when I was younger, and I had a heck of a time putting on a swim diaper without breaking it, only managed it once.

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    Princes

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    I have a skinny waste, they fit perfectly. I was just wondering if normal diapers would do the trick of swim diapers

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    If you fit the swim diapers, then for sure the normal diapers would be ok. As far as doing the trick of swim diapers, I would say no. They swell up in the pool, and leak sap. If thats what your asking.

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    Princes

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    Oh, so that's why swim diapers exist

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    Swim diapers aren't made to hold urine, but the other stuff when kids are swimming. Chlorine takes care of the rest.

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    Princes

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    Ok that makes sense. I'll try them out. I'm house sitting this weekend and my friend has a pool so I figured y not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Princes View Post
    Ok that makes sense. I'll try them out. I'm house sitting this weekend and my friend has a pool so I figured y not
    Enjoy. Also for experimenting, you might try wearing a regular diaper in a shower and see what happens. Because that's what would happen to it in a pool. It's kind of fun, actually, I've done it a couple times.

    Swim diapers are designed around making a tight seal so if you poop, none of it gets out into the water, but they're not perfectly water tight and won't hold pee, as already noted.

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    Princes

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    Well thanks for the advice. I feel like a real dummy for not understanding the purpose of swim diapers are . I'll try both of them on Friday though, I'm kind of excited about super puffing a diaper

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArchieRoni View Post
    Enjoy. Also for experimenting, you might try wearing a regular diaper in a shower and see what happens. Because that's what would happen to it in a pool. It's kind of fun, actually, I've done it a couple times.
    Ditto, you really can't quite get a diaper to swell as big using it normally ...

    It sucks if you accidentally burst it in the shower, though.

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