Tapes on disposable diapers

CPDude

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Anyone have trouble with clothes or bedding messing up the tapes on disposable diapers? What can I do to prevent this?
 

BabyDenise

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Sometimes.

If it happens to me, I fix it with heavy duty packing tape.

To help prevent it, I wear panties, a onesie or regular underwear over my diaper. This keeps the tapes from catching in my outer clothes and bedding.

Note that I don't do this all the time, it depends on circumstances and the type of diaper I am wearing.
 

alexchar1982

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i occasionally have issues with this when sleeping in just a diaper, but i usually have something fairly form fitting over my diaper. a nice diaper cover may help.
 

billybobtombo

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Anyone have trouble with clothes or bedding messing up the tapes on disposable diapers? What can I do to prevent this?
I used to suffer with this, then I discovered onesies! The transformed my nappied sleep. As well as stopping tapes catching they prevent sagging and keep your padding in place.

I was slightly against them at first as I normally sleep naked (nappy aside!) but quickly came round to the idea as it improved the padded element of my sleep so much.

Try them :)
 
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KrankyPants

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😠 I hate when that happens. I started wearing those nice, comfy, sporty basketball shorts over my diaper when I'm around the house and going to bed. My diapers have hook and loop tabs, and so far they have not gotten hitched into the shorts fabric. 😊 Before, they would sometimes hitch onto my blankie. 😶
 
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