Snap Crotch undershirt

Ticore

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So I like wearing undershirts to keep my diaper from showing when I’m out and about. They also seem to help with sag on long wears or outings. If you also use them what are the brands you like and where do you get them?C45CDD52-CCF1-4C00-97BB-C679A98C7CDA.jpeg
 
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Oooo I see someone using Threaded Armor there, they have recently become a favourite of mine though I am now making my own for much less.

I can't say I have a favourite brand of onesies, I started making my own though because although I love wearing them I find the snaps tend to irritate my inner thighs when walking around a lot so I have been making some which the crotch piece comes all the way up and snaps across the waistband on the front piece.

I am still tweaking the design a bit to make the front of the crotch smaller as it is currently too big. I'd be curious to know what brand is in that picture though as they look like they snap further up in the front as well so they may be worth trying.
 
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I got this onesie on Wish earlier last year. If they are available still and I can find I’ll update you here. I’m actually not a big fan of Threaded Armor they leak to easily from squeeze out with minimal urine in them and had issue with the product I received and their customer service was horrible. Also they are way to expensive.
 
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I particularly like the ones with elastic leg openings. Off hand, I know that changing times diaper company sells them.
 
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Ticore said:
I got this onesie on Wish earlier last year. If they are available still and I can find I’ll update you here. I’m actually not a big fan of Threaded Armor they leak to easily from squeeze out with minimal urine in them and had issue with the product I received and their customer service was horrible. Also they are way to expensive.
I tend to avoid wish there's a lot of junk on there but also the occasional gems too. would be great if you do find them as they do look like the snaps are way out from being between the thighs.

I can understand the press out issue, they use microfiber for the inserts which is well known for that problem and from my tests I ran for the review lost about 45% under compression, however I have a serger and a little skill and made some exact replicas but using bamboo terry instead of microfiber, under the same tests these only lost about 6% after heavier compression and held a small amount more to start with. So I now use my own inserts and have had no issues yet.

I also agree they are terribly expensive, but the design of both the cover and the inserts is actually quite solid, comfortable and effective. The thing with cloth is you need the right amount and type of absorbent material to work well, if you get the right amount of inserts from the right material they work much better. My insert setup is one Hero, one step up and a 4 layer soaker pad all in bamboo and will hold easily 1000ml even compressed with room for more step ups if I want more. The only place I've found them lacking so far is at night laying in bed (side sleeper) that's when I've had leaks but for day wear they've been great.

I also had a pretty good experience with the customer service when I had an issue it was well resolved. I probably wouldn't buy them again myself as shipping and import fees to the UK almost trippled the price but I still think they are pretty good compared to a lot of what is on the market and will say they may be worth trying (not their fault I had to pay £50 for international shipping and a £60 import fee).

I've been making a prototype though and discovered I can make them for about £24 (including the inserts made from bamboo) as opposed to their £56 so I will make my own from now on.
 
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todderhr said:
I particularly like the ones with elastic leg openings. Off hand, I know that changing times diaper company sells them.
Thanks I have been wanting to try elastic cuffs. I will definitely look into them.
 
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Belarin said:
I've been making a prototype though and discovered I can make them for about £24 (including the inserts made from bamboo) as opposed to their £56 so I will make my own from now on.
That is awesome. Get your entrepreneur on.
 
Belarin said:
I've been making a prototype though and discovered I can make them for about £24 (including the inserts made from bamboo) as opposed to their £56 so I will make my own from now on.
A fellow seamstress. I wish I had more time to sew....
 
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I personally enjoy Tykables Snappies
 
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Tykables all the way!! I have 24 of their snappies.
 
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crinklechef said:
I personally enjoy Tykables Snappies
Aren't they just super comfortable. I won't dare buy a onsie anywhere else due to shot in the dark sizing. Tykables is tried and true, I know what I'm getting EVERY time. I only wish they'd come up with more prints.
 
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This is the brand I buy. They have the elastic leg openings. They are super comfortable!
 

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When outside house, usually using black or white snap on undershirt from incontinencechoice.co.uk .
At home it is usually snap-on coloured or pattediapersuits from ABU.
 
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