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Flanders

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Today I bought my first pair. I was ableto find them at a semi local pharmacy. I am excitied to try them, but I wish I could try cloth diapers as well.
 

Flanders

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It is a local family owned pharmacy and medical supply store.
 

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Today I bought my first pair. I was ableto find them at a semi local pharmacy. I am excitied to try them, but I wish I could try cloth diapers as well.
Wait! I remember you from TBDL.
i havent tried plastic pants, no
 

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I own a few plastic pants (clear ones), but I rarely use them. I only wear them with my cloth diapers, which I wear only every few weeks, so the plastic pants just sit around unused most of the time.
I certainly won't be wearing them without anything underneath - sounds like a perfect way to get a rash in no time, and wearing them over disposables just isn't my thing as I like to hear and feel the disposable's plastic and don't need extra leak protection either.

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Plastic pants can be fun.

Go take a shower with them on and watch what happens.

Also... you don't necessarily need cloth diapers. You can always pin a towel around your waist... or layer multiple pairs of underwear now that you have the appropriate outer covering.
 

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I have 4 pairs, 2 of them are clear and the other two with cloth prints on the outside. Very cute, but i only use them every once in a while when im concerned that my disposables will leak. When i do use the cloth ones, however, they work great. Congrats on the purchase!
 

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I order my cloth online at Amazon. You'll want to be careful about washing the plastics, because oil from skin, etc. will deteriate them. I wash them in the shower when I take my shower, and use shampoo on them. It makes them smell good. Then I hang them up to dry. They will last a lot longer that way.
 

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I have a few packs of cheap ones I bought a few years ago, I havent used them in over a year, some of the packs are still unopened if someone wants some, they are medium and large.
 

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What pharmacy sells plastic pants?

Based on where they were bought, I would guess they are "Salk" sani-pants.
I see these a lot at the bigger full service independent pharmacies and medical supply places. I don't like the fit. The large is too small and the xl is too big for me.

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Based on where they were bought, I would guess they are "Salk" sani-pants.
I see these a lot at the bigger full service independent pharmacies and medical supply places. I don't like the fit. The large is too small and the xl is too big for me.

cpndl

Well I don't know where you even get those...The list them on CVS website...But they definitely aren't in CVS or Rite Aid...
 
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Awww, I want some plastic pants! :(

Maybe later this summer when I start getting money built up.
 

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I have many pairs of plastic pants. I just love wearing them so much. My favorites are the ones from Comco. They are the nursery print ones and are very crinkly and loud to wear. I also have some from Babykins too. They are the terry lined ones. They are great for wearing with a disposable.:biggrin::biggrin:
 

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My friend bought me a pair of plastic pants for my b-day :) They're pink with ruffles I wuv them :)
 
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