would you wear this diaper?

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I have these diapers but they have been in storage for a little over 1 year and I was wondering if they are safe to use.
As you can see in the image, the central part of the diaper has turned yellow, can I use them, what do you think?
 

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its entirley up to u but i would wear them i dont know why they wouldnt be safe but im relatively new to all this so im not clued up enuff xxx
 
babyjoe20 said:
its entirley up to u but i would wear them i dont know why they wouldnt be safe but im relatively new to all this so im not clued up enuff xxx
I thought that diapers were expiring and I thought that possibly the absorbent in the diaper would be damaged over time?
 
I wouldn’t tbh. If any part of the inside is discolored, there could be unknown issues or bacteria. Better to be safe than sorry. You could easily replace them with a sample pack for $12. 🤷‍♀️
 
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I don't see an issue with wearing them. It's just a little discoloration, it shouldn't effect the performance of the diaper and shouldn't be anything that would be unhealthy against your skin.
 
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Nowididit said:
I don't see an issue with wearing them. It's just a little discoloration, it shouldn't effect the performance of the diaper and shouldn't be anything that would be unhealthy against your skin.
To each his his own I guess.
 
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LinkDL said:
I thought that diapers were expiring and I thought that possibly the absorbent in the diaper would be damaged over time?
If they exposed to moisture then this could be the beginning of mold and bacteria but only you know where they were. If they were boxed or bagged up and out of the elements then they should be fine.
BTW, what diaper is this?
 
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LinkDL said:
I thought that diapers were expiring and I thought that possibly the absorbent in the diaper would be damaged over time?
sorry i didnt know diapers expired or if they absorbency would be affected as i said im new to all this and not clued up well enough but i would wear them regardless just my opinion but every one will have a different opinion some will say no some will say yes but it your decision at the end of the day xxx
 
AliB said:
To each his his own I guess.
Yeah I guess, but that's just me and my old way of thinking when times were hard and diapers were scarce. Waste not, want not.
 
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Get it on lol
 
Nowididit said:
Yeah I guess, but that's just me and my old way of thinking when times were hard and diapers were scarce. Waste not, want not.
I get it. Here’s a funny. My first venture into wearing diapers and really diving into my kinks was when I could almost fit into the cute duck print diapers from family dollar. Lol now look at all the options we have! 😁🎉
 
Nowididit said:
If they exposed to moisture then this could be the beginning of mold and bacteria but only you know where they were. If they were boxed or bagged up and out of the elements then they should be fine.
BTW, what diaper is this?
they were in their original bag without uncovering today I opened them and I find this in the diaper, it's scary, I don't want to have scabies on my ass or something that tears my butt 😂😂
 
LinkDL said:
they were in their original bag without uncovering today I opened them and I find this in the diaper, it's scary, I don't want to have scabies on my ass or something that tears my butt 😂😂
🫣 lol that’s why I said safer than sorry. I was just concerned for you.
 
LinkDL said:
they were in their original bag without uncovering today I opened them and I find this in the diaper, it's scary, I don't want to have scabies on my ass or something that tears my butt 😂😂
Yeah unless someone with scabies physically folded every diaper and then placed them in the bag you have no worries. ⬇️
 

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AliB said:
🫣 lol that’s why I said safer than sorry. I was just concerned for you.
Thanks for worrying, it's a shame there are 40 diapers and I think they're all like this😞
 
LinkDL said:
Thanks for worrying, it's a shame there are 40 diapers and I think they're all like this😞
I’m sorry that happened. Hopefully you’ll find new ones soon.
 
LinkDL said:
I have these diapers but they have been in storage for a little over 1 year and I was wondering if they are safe to use.
As you can see in the image, the central part of the diaper has turned yellow, can I use them, what do you think?
IMO, no. Not knowing exactly what it could be I wouldn't risk it bacteria/fungi etc. Not trying to freak you out but I wouldn't want to put that on my skin.
 
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HereWeGo2169 said:
IMO, no. Not knowing exactly what it could be I wouldn't risk it bacteria/fungi etc. Not trying to freak you out but I wouldn't want to put that on my skin.
Yes, I thought so, they were in their original plastic bag, but it may be that where I live there is humidity. it can be that
 
I suspect the air humidity saturated the super absorbent polymer (SAP), but that alone doesn't explain the colour change. I'd also rather dispose of them.
 
As a maximum less capacity. I used diaper 20 or more years after sold, but didn't found any serious issue.
 
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