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    I was wondering what some of the best (and cheapest) web sites to buy some are. And also where I could get some plastic pants too.

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    Tigger

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    The only place I've ever bought ab stuff from is ebay. I have seen heaps of ab/dl stores but I don't trust them... The best place probably would be some sort of medical/nursing supplies store. Don't know of any tho, sorry I couldn't be of any use...

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    Yuyun/nicediaper has really awesome cloth diapers and plastic pants for a pretty good price. Sure they are based outta china so shipping will tack on another 12 bucks but sometimes you can get their diapers for like 2 to 3 bucks.
    So like 15 bucks for a cloth diaper isn't bad.

    Ebay Store http://stores.ebay.com/YUYUN-CN_Adul...QQftidZ2QQtZkm

    Online Store
    http://www.nicediaper.com

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    Tigger

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    oh these ones look nice and comfy
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/3Colours-M-L-...742.m153.l1262

    but I don't think they are worth paying 24 dollars for, and then a 38 dollar postage fee on top o.O

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    Darkfinn

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    I got all my clothies from e-bay. It's quality merchandise at a good price. Just remember to wash them right after use or they start to smell and stain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    oh these ones look nice and comfy
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/3Colours-M-L-...742.m153.l1262

    but I don't think they are worth paying 24 dollars for, and then a 38 dollar postage fee on top o.O
    Haha yeah that is a bit much

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    Monkey

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    When it's possible, in the distant future, I'd like try cloth nappies. To my knowledge I had never worn cloth as a baby, purely be for curiosity. I'm fairly confident that I would still prefer plastic nappies though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigger View Post
    oh these ones look nice and comfy
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/3Colours-M-L-...742.m153.l1262

    but I don't think they are worth paying 24 dollars for, and then a 38 dollar postage fee on top o.O
    You are paying for 3 diapers not one. 62 bucks is kinda a reasonable price for 3 all in one diapers.

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    Darkfinn

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    From my personal experience... stick with the "seperate" diapers then plastic pants on top. AIOs (all-in-ones) tend to leak around the edges b/c the waterproofing material dosen't form a very tight bond with your skin like a properly fitting pair of plastic pants will.

    You have to remember that cloth diapers do not lock the wetness away like disposables do. If you get a cloth diaper good and wet then move around or sit down that wetness is going to spread all over looking for a way out. Where as in a quality disposable I can give it a good hosing and not have to worry about anything going where it shouldn't.

    If you want to experiment with a cloth diaper... get a decently sized hand towel and pin it on (shouldn't be hard to figure out)... take a pee and watch what happens.

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    http://www.babykins.com/adult-diaper.html

    i've tried these before. they are pretty pricey and it took me a long time to get them..
    but they were really worth the price and and wait.

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