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    As a side sleeper who is most comfortable pointing up cloth diapers work best for me. However, in recent months Iíve come to appreciate the odor control and convenience of disposables. Iím wondering. Is there any chance I could get the best of both by wearing a folded and taped in place disposable bed pad within a plastic pant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WBxx View Post
    As a side sleeper who is most comfortable pointing up cloth diapers work best for me. However, in recent months Iíve come to appreciate the odor control and convenience of disposables. Iím wondering. Is there any chance I could get the best of both by wearing a folded and taped in place disposable bed pad within a plastic pant?
    Not necessary. Betterdry and Crinklz both work one their own.

    I've been using them for months now, as a side sleeper, well endowed and always pointing up, and being well hydrated. As a comparison, no other disposable diaper (including confidry) has worked for me overnight without leaking.

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    depends, if you fidget alot at night, no bed pad is going to help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    depends, if you fidget alot at night, no bed pad is going to help you.
    Well depends aren't going to help him either.

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    Bed pads have a very minimal capacity. They absorb nowhere near a diaper. Since they are so wide, they'll fold up several times in your crotch and you'll have a lot that won't get absorbed. I've actually tried this quite some time ago, it really didn't work.

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    we took 2 heavy Medline underpads and sewed them together to reach all the way across the bed. we also have made our own with minimal sewing skills

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    I very rarely have leaks at night, mainly because I use confi-dry 24/7 disposables. I run a pinwheel over the plastic backing and then use a pull-up cloth diaper (Kinns model 10700) with plastic pants. Unbelievable capacity and actually quite comfortable if not a little bulky. I also use a cloth bed pad with a water proof backing just in case. It is about 4' wide by 3'. Almost the width of my queen size bed. I don't think I've ever found it even damp in the morning. Wearing the cloth pull-up diaper and plastic pants over the disposable always keeps the bed and matress dry. A lot of diaper? Sure. But you get used to it and instead of washing all the bedding, you only have to wash a wet diaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slomo View Post
    well depends aren't going to help him either.
    lol

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