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    Default Cotton-feel diapers: better than expected

    Hi,

    Today I bought my first case of cotton-feel "absorin comfort slip ultra" diapers.

    I first was a bit sceptical about the feel and absorbency of cotton-feel products but actually I like them better than expected. They are softer, cut less into your skin and maybe are more comfortable in general. I haven't experienced a full wetting yet, so my opinion might change.

    Anyone else who shares this opinion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DL1996 View Post
    Hi,

    Today I bought my first case of cotton-feel "absorin comfort slip ultra" diapers.

    I first was a bit sceptical about the feel and absorbency of cotton-feel products but actually I like them better than expected. They are softer, cut less into your skin and maybe are more comfortable in general. I haven't experienced a full wetting yet, so my opinion might change.

    Anyone else who shares this opinion?
    Can you send a link to the diapers you tried?


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    It is a Dutch website so I don't know if it helps you But this is the link: https://www.123drogisterij.nl/absori...sorin%20ultra&

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    Any more news on the absorbency since your last reply?
    According to the link, the diaper's absorbency is 4500ML

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnimeDude892 View Post
    According to the link, the diaper's absorbency is 4500ML
    I mean more practical absorbency for the wearer, as in how well it holds up

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    That's for the L size. M=3900ml

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    Verdict about last night: diaper is insanely thick and can hold a TON of liquid. Also, it feels dry all the time which is a big plus.
    Only downside is that it tends to sag a bit due to the non elastic fabric. Especially when dry.
    I also leaked when wetting in the morning while lying down. However, since I have got this problem with almost every diaper, I do not blame it on the diaper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DL1996 View Post
    That's for the L size. M=3900ml

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    Oh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rennecfox View Post
    I mean more practical absorbency for the wearer, as in how well it holds up
    The diaper is very good at spreading the liquid from front to back. But it does tend to leak from the sides when saturated, because the padding stretches far to the sides of the diaper.

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