Looking for certain plastic backing

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PamperPassion225

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Which adult diaper brands plastic backing resembles the plastic on vintage pampers. I have found that the Fabine Exlusive Teddy had the right plastic, are there any others that resemble that? Thanks
 

Argent

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I really liked the plastic on Fabines but didn’t realise the plastic resembles old pampers, nice to know!
 

RepaidazeD

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Sadly that old saying "they just don't make them like they used to" applies here. Vintage Attends are the closest you'll get.
 

bambinod

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If you're referring to the shell texture, there aren't a lot of different types in use right now, a lot of diapers have a similar feel to them. (the type of padding under the shell can also affect feel) Are you lookin for the feel or the appearance? (shell art)
 

SnugglePants

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Bambino are pretty dam good when it comes to softness. I got back into Safari's and Sculls found the plastic is rough.
 

Bokeh

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I have found that it is tough to find specific diaper plastics. Even from one batch of the same diaper to the next can vary somewhat. I have some Fabines from the very 1st run that were so disappointing that I had to toss them. The plastic was rough & almost textured, they were nothing like the samples I had tried. Even the old school Abena M4 diapers would vary in the texture, thickness of the plastic etc from one batch to the next.


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bambinod

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Tena Slip Maxi Plastic, Breeyo, Crinklz/Betterdry, Absorbency Plus, and Little Builder (excluding velcro panel) are the names that come immediately to mind for having a super soft shell with a soft padding under them. Bambino (and others) have a soft padding, but use the more common semi-textured medium thickness shell. They're still fairly soft, but are a lot harder than the above.
 
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