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Which nappies does everyone use for size 5 baby? Currently using pampers premium but it's expensive.

Freebiesarefun
6 months ago
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MrsCraig
MrsCraig6 months ago

You need to try different ones as all babies are different. I use either Tesco or Morrisons own. I've used Sainsbury's and Asda own too but the are further away so I don't buy them often. I found the lidl ones leaked a lot, never tried Aldi.

Whilst I use the Morrisons or Tesco ones, they might give your wee one nappy rash, so you need to find the one that works for you.

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun
Original Poster
6 months ago

Thanks we used all different brands when he was tiny as we got nappies as gifts! Will give them all another go.

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Ann1984
Ann19846 months ago

Aldi are fab I use tesco now as it's closer and only put one on for bed just incase has a accident but I found them no good for all day nappy as one wet and cloths soaked

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ellenmcmurchie
ellenmcmurchie6 months ago

My daughter swears by Aldi's nappies and wipes.

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun
Original Poster
6 months ago

Used Aldi when he was very little. Will give them another go

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LenoirLenoir
LenoirLenoir6 months ago

I agree with the every baby is different. Although I’m not a fan of the Morrisons brand as they smell like chemical. I personally use Aldi and they’re ok. But my toddler pees a lot, I have to use a nappy and a pullup at night to stop leaking

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MichelleKe42857
MichelleKe428576 months ago

I use Aldi's. I think these new ones they've brought out are better with less leaks. They're the only ones that don't cause my wee ones skin to break out. Other brands left her bum with a rash that looked like burns and bled a lot. Apparently Aldi and lidl ones have fewer chemicals but that hasn't been confirmed by the companies.

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19786 months ago

Mine were out of nappies before size 5 but Asda and Aldi were always the best for them. We mostly used washable cloth nappies, which I found much more reliable than disposables, you can get ones that go on like disposables with Velcro fastenings and they saved ma lot of money whilst saving many nappies from going to landfill.

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun
Original Poster
6 months ago

Out of nappies before size 5??? How did you get them potty trained so soon.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig6 months ago

My son is 13 months and in size 4, how on earth did you get yours out of nappies before they reached size 5!!

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19786 months ago

MrsCraig they were in size 4 from 12 months until 2.5ish when they were potty trained. They don't grow so fast after 12 months, at least mine didn't.

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig6 months ago

ClaireF1978 ahh ok, yeah I looked at the weight range on the size 4 nappies after reading your comment and given my sons current weight and how gradually he is growing, I reckon he will be in size 4 till he is potty trained too! There was me hoping you had some secret potty training magic technique!

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Tasha042
Tasha0426 months ago

We've tried pretty much every brand and found that Mum and You are the best. The subscription is great value but they are only £6.99 a pack at the moment. The code HELLO10 gets you £10 off a £20+ spend but it may not work while the sale is on. Genuinely the softest nappies ever, much more natural than other brands and the wipes are biodegradeable.

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun
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6 months ago

I did a trial for mumsnet of these nappies. They were nice but leaked overnight. Wipes were good but have found biodegradable ones in boots for 75p a pack.

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Tasha042
Tasha0426 months ago

Did your mum&you nappies have the three channels to them? The old style I always found leaked overnight, but the new style with channels never leaks x

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jadehuthwaite
jadehuthwaite6 months ago

I work in a nursery, I highly recommend Pampers as the best. We sometimes use aldi own brand, the + ones are better (better absorbancy than just the 5s) x

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delduca21
delduca216 months ago

Aldi or very good

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefun
Original Poster
6 months ago

Thanks everyone he is already in size 4/5s at 6 months as he has big chunky legs and doesn't leak all night in pampers. Just stocked up in the Asda rollback sale. Also bought a few different supermarket ones to try in the daytime to save some money.

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ellenmcmurchie
ellenmcmurchie6 months ago

Freebiesarefun best of luck.....i got some really cheap in Morrisons but still have them...Aldi all the way she says.

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JenniferSm
JenniferSm6 months ago

Aldi or boots were the best for us x

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raydodds
raydodds6 months ago

The Aldi ones have been the best for our daughter, she had a reaction to Huggies, Pampers, Tesco, has anyone else used Aldi for nappies?

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jigsawx3x
jigsawx3x6 months ago

This is good information for me as many years ago when mine was in them we only had pampas or huggies my daughter is due a baby in June and her youngest is 8 now we heard that aldi are good and think it might be them I'm stocking up for her hope these are good

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ZahraBux
ZahraBux6 months ago

I have always used asda's little angels and they have been great and cheap! I head aldi's are really good!

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames6 months ago

I prefer mamia which are Aldi on brand. I used to like huggies when i had my son but they no longer sell them. Ive tried pampers, asda, lidl in emergencies but Aldi are definately the best ive found.

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Itsrain44
Itsrain446 months ago

Aldi fantastic value

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