I would be afraid that my pants would burst LOLhttps://rearz.ca/rearz-overnight-adult-booster-pads/ said:Pad measures 1cm thick dry, 7cm saturated. That is 7x the size!
THIS ^^^ Is something I really need to try, like TODAY....The amazing thing about this is that the booster does not inhibit the function of the leak guards, because the booster is positioned sub-level. Meaning this should work great at preventing flood leaks. Also, cutting the back of the diaper with a knife helps release built-up rage about not being able to consistently wet the back of the diaper...lolpampers4U said:take a true booster, cut the outside back of a plastic diaper (like a SDK) insert the booster between the plastic and padding, tape the back up with clear tape and then wear, the extra bulk and diaper longevity without taking away from the leak-guards is awesome.
Try pampers4U strategy, it specifically addresses your concern.TeddyJoy said:My issue with boosters is as they fill, they rise over the leak guards. Maybe it's me and I'm doing it wrong. But it seems like when I try and use them overnight, I often leak. Likely due to the different positions while I sleep. But that's just me.
That's a lot of work to go through, lol. There's definitely some crafty diaper wearers out there!diapeybabybrian said:Try pampers4U strategy, it specifically addresses your concern.
Seconding this.db80 said:Yes, I think so too [that they are worth it]. However, I've only tried inexpensive boosters from medical brands for less than €10/pack (eg. these).
$50 seems a bit much to me, but 2500 ml is also a lot. If they deliver what they promise, wow.
I would be afraid that my pants would burst LOL
Ooh, lots of goodness there! This puppy remembers getting a pack of Abena boosters, the super long rectangle style, biggest they had... (Not sure of exact product name or if even still available!) They really helped with wicking and bulked up the diaper! Diapers didn't have the insane absorbancy back then either.BunnyFofo said:Boosters can be worth it.
They make diapers more absorbent and less likely to leak.
When I wear boosters for extra absorption, it's usually because I'm wearing a diaper in a situation where I know it would be prone to small leaks.
ABDL diapers are almost always absorbent enough that they don't need boosters.
But! Adding boosters to a thick ABDL diaper is still fun, if you like crazy thick diapers.
The boosters you bought from Rearz are probably too expensive. As a rule I don't pay more than 50 cents per booster.
My favorites are around 30 cents each.
Rearz are closer to a dollar each. I haven't tried them but I doubt they're worth that.
I've never had a problem with boosters interfering with leak guards BTW.
If you buy rectangular boosters of a small enough size it shouldn't be a problem.
( Disclaimer: all of the pricing below is based on being in the USA )
You can get better thicker boosters, or the same quality for less if you buy certain medical brands, like Seni, Prevail, or Abena.
I use the LLmedco or XPmedical website to buy boosters.
Look for a low per unit cost. The price of boosters is all over the place and (counter to intuition) more expensive boosters (of the same size/shape) tend to be the same quality as, or worse than cheaper ones.
I recommend rectangular boosters for putting in most diapers, because they'll fit inside the leak guards.
Some of my favs:
Abena Abri-let Normal:
lowest of the low cost while still being relatively large and thick.
costs slightly more than above, but has adhesive back. Just slightly smaller than above.
Seni Booster Pads:
Anatomically shaped pads about the same size and shape as the backing on a medium diaper. They come folded as rectangles, so you can also use them as a rectangular insert if you want. They're priced at less than 50 cents each. I feel like these give you the least cost/material, but I haven't done the math.
*GASPS* You perform implant surgery on your diapers?!pampers4U said:On a regular basis I don’t use boosters, but when I feel like playing and want the little bit of extra I use them.
One of my favorite things is to take a true booster, cut the outside back of a plastic diaper (like a SDK) insert the booster between the plastic and padding, tape the back up with clear tape and then wear, the extra bulk and diaper longevity without taking away from the leak-guards is awesome.