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kdlstarry9

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So it's nearing the end of the year and I been doing some recalculations on how much spend on just diapers for my incontinence and stuff.
I wear them pretty much 24/7 cause of leakage and they give me some emotional comfort.
I order ~3 cases of Northshorecare supreme and 2-3 cases of northshore supreme lites (45 per case) every 3.5 months (just over 100 days) costing about $345 after shipping and handling. So annually I spend about $1100 on diapers.

How much do you guys spend on diapers? Especially 24/7 and other incontinent folks?
 

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I am not incontinent so I dont have to wear 24 hours a day. But... if I had to guess... I probably spend around $300-$400 a year.
 

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I've spent $180 on diapers this year.
 

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Non incontinent. I do not spend much in all honesty as I only wear a couple times a month. Maybe about £40, or $60 USD per annum.
 

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I wear 24/7 for IC. My disposable cost is $507.00 a year. The rest of the time I'm in cloth and PUL panties.
Haven't replaced any cloth ones in 2 years and PUL panties in over a year. My monthly cost for powder and
and detergent averages around $14.00 a month.
 

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IIRC it was going to be a bit over GBP 2k for everything last year, if I had kept up the 24/7 throughout, but in the end I only did about 9 months so pro rata around GBP 1600. That includes nappies, wipes, plastic pants and accessories, i.e. everything required to be completely toilet-free, and was based on buying a few cases at a time. Maybe it could have been shaved down a little but due to my fairly demanding work environment and routine, I can only use disposables and can't take chances with cheap brands, plus I like to change frequently. When I say 24/7, that's probably an average of 23.75/7, as there are moments when I can't wear / use the nappy due to work activities.
 

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I only started about 5 or 6 months ago, but I've spent ~$400 on diapers/pull-ups.
 

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I wear every night and occasionally the few more for an all day too, mostly disposables but I use my cloth diapers as well, my yearly costs run around $400.00.
 

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Around $1700NZD / in the last 12 months - That includes a lot of cloth diapers as well, clothing, bottles, and assorted necessities
Slightly less as some of the stuff I got was when the NZD was 90c instead of 69c
 

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I wear nearly 24/7.
I spend about $150 per month on average for diapers, so about $1800 per year for diapers.
I probably spend another $200 or so per year on wipes, guards, or other small items.
so about $2,000 per year total.
 

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I'll be keeping a meticulous budget of this this coming year's diaper bills because I'm nearly out of money and I'm 87% sure I have diapers to blame for that.
 

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This past January I started a new job that has me working from home most of the time, and traveling the rest of the time. When I'm at home, I tend to use two diapers during the day. When I'm traveling, I get to sleep in one, so it's a win-win. Regardless, I probably use about 1.5 diapers per day, so . . . wow, I think I spend a lot more on diapers than I thought. But hey, I could be drinking, using drugs, or--worst of all--have a boat. Wearing diapers is a LOT cheaper than having a boat. :)

-RMS
 

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And wearing diapers or having a boat both deal with things that work best when wet and are a problem if they leak.
 

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This year i spent a total of 280€ in disposable diapers. I probably would have spent a bit less if it wasn't to try some of the more recent abdl diapers available. I also didn't include the cloth diapers i bought but if i were to guess i'm pretty sure i spent more on that than on disposables, the advantage, of course, is that it's a one time buy.
 

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what cloth diaper do you use? I am looking into maybe using some cloth at home
 

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I spend about £60 a month using 3 diapers a day - £720 so a little over $1000 a year
 

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I spend approximately $100 a year on diapers. Though I'm not IC and ration how often I wear.
 

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I'd say about $500 at most. A case lasts me about 2-3 months since I don't wear every day.
 
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