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    Default Any stores that sell plastic backed adult diapers?

    Sorry if this is a question that was asked before, but does anyone know if there are any stores that you can walk into and buy plastic backed adult diapers? I'm currently not in a position to purchase online which I hope to clear up very soon, but in the meantime if anyone has any suggestions I would be grateful.

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    There was a post about Depends with tabs was returning to plastic backed, but they may not be in all retail stores yet. So any Target, CVS, Wallgreens, or supermarket will be getting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parcelboy2 View Post
    Country , state rough town area ?
    Wi. USA

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleICme View Post
    There was a post about Depends with tabs was returning to plastic backed, but they may not be in all retail stores yet. So any Target, CVS, Wallgreens, or supermarket will be getting them.
    I really hope that is true, I'll have to keep my eyes open for that.

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    Medical supply stores, often. One locally sells Abena 4s plastic backed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBlueCrinkle View Post
    Medical supply stores, often. One locally sells Abena 4s plastic backed.
    Locally? Can you send me info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwis View Post
    Locally? Can you send me info?
    Just google "medical supply stores near <your city>", and start looking at the stores websites. If they don't list what they stock, you can often find customer pictures of inside, or even google street view occasionally takes pictures from the sidewalk or even a shot of inside the store. I found two stores in my area that carried mollicares via that method. Or if that fails you can just call them and ask.

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    Although I order my supplies online to avoid embarrassment, I have seen packs at a few different thrift stores. I've kept that in the back of my mind in case I ever run out and need to man up and just buy them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwis View Post
    Locally? Can you send me info?
    Are you local to SoCal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by irnub View Post
    Just google "medical supply stores near <your city>", and start looking at the stores websites.
    I'm as much a "I want everything on the web" guy as anyone, and hate picking up the phone or (gasp) physically visiting a storefront, but in this area I recommend something more interactive. Medical supply shops are notoriously bad at keeping their websites updated, etc. For instance, South Bay Home Health only says they carry First Quality, but that's wrong (I'm not even sure if they carry FQ); in the store they have Abena M4 and L4, various Tena products, etc. But you'd never know if you didn't stop by, or at least call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwis View Post
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    I really hope that is true, I'll have to keep my eyes open for that.
    If by Wisconsin you are in the Chicagoland area that is in Wisconsin, there is Northshore Care Supply in Buffalo Grove.

    Otherwise I don't know of any sort of national chain that would carry plastic backed diapers in their stores. You'd have to look around your local pharmacies or medical supply stores to see if any of them do.

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