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    So I figured I should share this little secret I have to keep tapes on without excessive tape: staples. And yes, they actually work.

    I find that using brown tape and stuff just make the diaper too noisy and distracts from the look more and since I ran out I (desperately) used a stapler and it works really well! The trick is to put two staples across the tape fairly evenly. People I tell this to worry about feeling the staple but you don't at all

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    I used to do this, but I found that lacing was far more effective as the staples were not very reliable. I posted two threads on the subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn View Post
    I used to do this, but I found that lacing was far more effective as the staples were not very reliable. I posted two threads on the subject.
    ah, my bad :v

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    Or you can not tape them so tightly and use a onesie / plastic pants to keep everything firmly in place. Glue is also an alternative.

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    [QUOTE=lukethefur;1326710]ah, my bad :v[/QUOTE]

    No criticism intended. You would not have known were to look, as the topic was "outside the box" and did not get many that views anyway.

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    Never tried staples. I usually just use duck tape if I have any faulty tapes, or I need to adjust. Craft stores have lots of cute themed ones such as Despicable Me and Disney tapes. And they hold extremely well, one small strip and they work amazing.

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    white duct tape seems to be the ideal way to tape diapers

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    I use duct tape the few times I have done it but they really need Paw Patrol tape!

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    I've done staples before but really packing/duct tape is eaiser and safer

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