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    I'm looking for a soft all white diaper. I know I've been posting looking for all diffrent kinds of style but I like doing my research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beginner93 View Post
    I'm looking for a soft all white diaper. I know I've been posting looking for all diffrent kinds of style but I like doing my research.
    Definitely Dry 24/7's!

    Review here: http://www.incontinencesupport.info/...m#.VNkMTPnF_UV

    It is considered very thick, very poofy, and has a very high absorbency rate even higher than the Abena M4's

    They come in three sizes and prices range from $46 (pack of 18) and $118 for a case (72 in total) They can be acquirable in these websites here,

    xpmedical: http://www.xpmedical.com/dry247.html
    Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Dry-Care%C2%AE...xp_grid_pt_1_0
    dry247: https://www.dry247.com/

    Here is what it contains,



    Quote Originally Posted by Xpmedical
    Elastic waistband at front and rear
    Full-length standing leak guards
    Four refastenable dual-layer tapes
    Sturdy tear-resistant plastic outer shell
    Discreet plain white coloring. No colors, stripes or other embarrassing markings.
    The results are really perfect such as easy of removal and putting on, very confortable when wet, and tapes are re-adjustable. I think these will impress you!

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    When I tried them (when they first came out), I wouldn't say dry 24/7 were soft. They were more like wearing a cardboard diaper they were so soft.

    Biancos would get my vote for soft

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    The plastic on the confidry 24/7 are thick and loud. But there not the softest diaper out there.

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    I guess there's not some out there that have a a soft out side and inside? Soft as in like the material goodnites pull ups and ect have out side?

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    I would say the Absorbency Plus Level 4's are pretty soft. Much more than the Dry 24/7's.

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    Give me all the suggestions I'm open to all but would rather get the softest possible and try to be all white

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    I'm looking for a soft all white diaper.
    I'm in the same boat. I tried the all white Bambino Bianco's and liked them. I will, however, try the 24/7 next. :-)

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    Just a question here........
    Having never actually tried them but am quite curious about them, are the 24/7's really that stiff and uncomfortable?
    I have wanted to try them because I would really like a very thick, super absorbant diaper that would bulk-up like Pampers, Huggies, or Luvs do when a toddler wets them.
    I am currently in a Snuggies medium with cloth stuffers which give me the thickness(additional bulk) that I desire along whti the absorbancy level that I like. I am a fan of cloth diapers as they are what I used to wear when I was young and I have always enjoyed the softness and look of them under piastic/vinyl pants when they are wet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beginner93 View Post
    I'm looking for a soft all white diaper. I know I've been posting looking for all diffrent kinds of style but I like doing my research.
    Baby pants on ebay has some nice ones... and AliExpress
    http://www.aliexpress.com/store/prod...iaper-changing

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