Dude, chill. Not everyone is into messing like you are. You’re coming off a little pushy and uncomfortable trying to get people to mess. If they don’t want to or aren’t into it, that’s up to them. Just take it easy.Just like all ABDL diapers, Rearz Barnyard can hold messes too.
Thanks, will try that. I have to say I am impressed with the capacity.Sometimes if you give the tapes a little tug it set the hooks. I haven’t had any problems with the tapes on any hook/loop diapers. I’m really starting to like having them so I can adjust or use the potty for a #2.
Can, should, and want are all different things. You don't seem to understand that.Just like all ABDL diapers, Rearz Barnyard can hold messes too.
Unlike adhesive tapes, velcro tapes do NOT like "sheer force". They'll only hold when pulled straight away from where they are taped. If they're at any angle, they'll sheer right off. You should also avoid wrinkles in the tape panel under the tape. (that applies to adhesives as well) If you get the tapes attached straight, they shouldn't pop off.Could you give me some pointers on the Velcro tapes? Every time I try a hook and loop diaper, they don't seem to hold well. So far I'm pretty impressed with the Barnyard, performance wise, but the tapes keep popping off with movement, etc..
I can vouch that they CAN hold a mess, but as Slomo says, I really wish I didn't have to deal with it. Fecal IC is not fun to deal with on a daily, and sometimes multiple times a day, basis.Can, should, and want are all different things. You don't seem to understand that.
Just because they can hold a mess doesn't mean we should all be messing them. And the reason- because we don't want to. We respect (and even understand) you do like and want to mess your diapers. Please respect our not wanting to.
Well that's what the pulp is usually for, and that's why you CAN have too much sap.One thing they really need to get figured out with these high capacity diapers is wicking. Some are much worse than others, but none of them come close to having “good” wicking in my opinion and it’s nearly impossible to use the diaper to practical capacity without leaking.
The peekabu for example is horrible at wicking (nonexistent) and during ‘normal’ use the diaper will completely saturate the very front and the lower portion might get a little bit of moisture and the rear 1/2 of the diaper remains completely dry. Would be great to see some better wicking technologies being used, can’t wait to see capillary wicking being used in abdl diapers!
Well that's what the pulp is usually for, and that's why you CAN have too much sap.
From my experience so far with PeekABU, and Ultra, and MegaMax, (which are all the same diaper, short of the art and the tapes) they do have a fair amount of pulp but they've added so much sap that it squeezes out the pulp after it gets so wet, and wicking slows down dramatically. You can end up with an almost sold mass of padding in the crotch, that has almost zero capability to wick farther back into the dry padding. This seems to be the issue with all the other high-sap diapers too, like crinklz. It's annoying to find that by morning you have a softball between your legs and are starting to leak at the back corners, despite having acres of dry padding in the back.
The key seems to be to avoid flooding (or really, anything short of a slow release) after you've saturated the crotch.
While I'm still not a fan of the hook and loop system, I took @dethpucks advice and gave the tapes a tug to "set" them and they are working better than before. And I will also say that the Velcro on the Barnyards is better than any of the others I have tried. Depending on my activity level, I've also used diaper pins on top of the hook and loop, which increases security (I haven't had any problems with the pins tearing out)I’m a little concerned that the hook and loop system is going to suck just as bad as the Bambino hybrid ultra stretch diaper.
Barnyard tapes seem to be better than magnifico. Just make sure you tape them down so they're not pulling at an angle to the back. That'll make them pop really easy. About the only thing I don't like about them is their high price. (and I think the prints could use a tweak)I’m a little concerned that the hook and loop system is going to suck just as bad as the Bambino hybrid ultra stretch diaper.