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    Heya...I am on the cheap side and was wondered how i can add alil extra padding to my cloth pullup diaper...dishtowels? any ideas are fine with me ...on the cheap DIY side tho

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    I use hand towels and bath towels depending on how thick I want it. I do not like the terry against my “sensitive” bits so I put the towels between the diaper and the flannel booster it came with or between two diapers.

    Nam

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    Department stores like Mal-Wart sell a 12 pack of birdseye cotton baby diapers. I have used the pre-folded versions and the flat diapers as stuffers and they work well.
    Spaz

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    Thanks for this...my faith in Disposibles was shaken...this morning i woke and my abri X Plus ...the top tapes on each side had popped ><

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaz View Post
    Department stores like Mal-Wart sell a 12 pack of birdseye cotton baby diapers. I have used the pre-folded versions and the flat diapers as stuffers and they work well.
    Spaz
    Spaz has it right. It's even what they were designed for more or less.

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