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    Default Dry shin in my crotch area.

    Before I started wearing during the day I would always have a problem with dry skin. It was not a rash but flaky dry skin.

    Now that I am wearing and using diapers during the day I no longer get it.

    I know I should have changed my damp underwear more often.

    Could I have been more wet than I realized? Then wearing the shorts till they dried.

    This may sound odd but even if I have a wet diaper on I fell more dry down there.

    Something about the wetness indicators. They say if they change colors it is time for a change if that were the case I would be changing every hour. They change colors on me before I even wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kennyrallen View Post
    Before I started wearing during the day I would always have a problem with dry skin. It was not a rash but flaky dry skin.

    Now that I am wearing and using diapers during the day I no longer get it.

    I know I should have changed my damp underwear more often.

    Could I have been more wet than I realized? Then wearing the shorts till they dried.

    This may sound odd but even if I have a wet diaper on I fell more dry down there.

    Something about the wetness indicators. They say if they change colors it is time for a change if that were the case I would be changing every hour. They change colors on me before I even wet.
    Your diaper absorbs your pee and pulls into the sap. Where your cloth shorts get wet and stay wet. Wearing a cloth diaper will do the same thing if you wear it for long periods
    of time. The wetness indicators will start turning color the first time you pee in a fresh diaper and will keep changing color as the sap keeps absorbing. I myself don't pay much
    attention to the wetness indicators. I change mine usually when I get that wet feeling up my backside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleman72 View Post
    Your diaper absorbs your pee and pulls into the sap. Where your cloth shorts get wet and stay wet. Wearing a cloth diaper will do the same thing if you wear it for long periods
    of time. The wetness indicators will start turning color the first time you pee in a fresh diaper and will keep changing color as the sap keeps absorbing. I myself don't pay much
    attention to the wetness indicators. I change mine usually when I get that wet feeling up my backside.
    I think my wetting problem was worst that I thought. I stopped wear white shorts a few years ago because the pee stains weren't washing all the way out even with bleach. No more fighting the battle of should I wear diaper or not. I need to wear them and that is the real fact. I could care lees what the stigma is about wearing diapers. When you need them that is the right thing to do.

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