Boosters and onesies

griphixx

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Soo.. I made my first biggish order from abuniverse :3 (internal squealing) I got a bunch of stuff, but two things I got are completely new to me. Boosters and a onesie.

I was wondering what they're both like, and figured the best way to know (other than trying it myself, which I will) is to ask the community ^w^

What was your first experiences with these like?
 

Petew33

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I defnatly would recomend abu boosters and there onsies i love there peakabu diaprrs there the best to wear daily i may just start ordering two packs every month to last me a month and also look on amazon for onsies there really good ones as well i got mine from there
 

BlueStringBean

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I recently got diapers and onesies from ABU too! I've only tried out one of the diapers, the preschool clothbacked, and I got two onesies there. THe onesies are too big for me which was a big disappointment, but I guess that's my own fault. :/ Since they're 100% cotton, I'm planning on shrinking them in the wash so hopefully they fit better. My favorite onesies I got from LittlesLaboratory and the Dotty Diaper on etsy. Both companies have very stretchy and comfy fabric, and I love the patterns!
 

irnub

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I've usually been pretty meh about boosters. Once a diaper starts getting up there in capacity, it's diminishing returns. Once the SAP is lightly wet, the acquisition time goes up substantially and it's the fit that matters more (keeps liquid from running out before it's fully absorbed). My experience is that boosters cause leaks to happen way sooner, but everyone's body shape is different so ymmv. They do make diapers feel really thick though, which is nice.

As far as onesies go, I really want to like ABUs onesies but I've had some real issues with quality control. The first one I ever got from them (plain blue), the stitches started ripping around the snaps. They let me return it (after going back and forth with customer support for a week. Should have taken it to Twitter I guess), but the replacement had similar issues and I eventually fixed it myself by hand sewing additional reinforcement. A few months later I bought a pair of plain white onesies from them, and the labeling started flaking off immediately.

It's not like I'm trying to cram into one that's too small or abusing them in the wash, so it's pretty disappointing to me that I've had 4 onesies with issues from them. Especially for how expensive they are.
 

quarktheory

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The best onsie I have found are made by special kids co. , I have several , I use them every day to keep my diaper snug and my privacy intact. Sold on Amazon in the us, they are stretchy and durable.
doublers are another issue, they usually fall apart at capacity , making cleanup messy.
 
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