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I've always used Aldi nappies for my little one but since going on number 3 the seen a lot thinner and she's leaked a few times didn't happen with 1 or 2s so thinking of looking for some others apart from pampers as she's leaked with them what ones have you used?

Leannexxx
3 weeks ago
What do you think of this?
Ann1984
Ann19843 weeks ago

Lidl I used upto size 5 fabulous nappies

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Leannexxx
Leannexxx
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3 weeks ago

Ann1984 ill have a look then we have one down the road but never been in what are the wipes like I do like thick ones

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Ann1984
Ann19843 weeks ago

Leannexxx not sure on wipes I just grab any but everyone raves about Lidl baby stuff. I had same trouble with nappies so switched to them.

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Leannexxx
Leannexxx
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3 weeks ago

Ann1984 i don't get it when I used them for my first she did leak and they was pretty thick ill try them might as well for the price of them thanks for you help

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FG280
FG2803 weeks ago

Leannexxx Again, I think Asda, Tesco and Lidl are all decent wipes. Wouldn't recommend sainsburys wipes though, seemed very thin!

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Leannexxx
Leannexxx
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3 weeks ago

FG280 I only have a Morrison's Aldi and Lidl near me I like Aldi wipes but im gonna try Lidl for both see what there like

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FG280
FG2803 weeks ago

Leannexxx Lidl sometimes include their wipes in their XXL promotions, meaning really big packs at at great price!

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FG280
FG2803 weeks ago

I haven't noticed much difference between Asda, Lidl and Tesco - all similar price too. I just pick up whichever store I am in. If you can get the 72 pack, they are best value.

Sainsburys are good too, but seem very high at the back in comparison, but this could be useful if any leakages!

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig3 weeks ago

I've tried pretty much every nappy there is for my son.

I like lidl nappies and wipes, although I've had trouble getting his size recently. Morrisons nappies are brilliant and are the same price as Lidl and Aldi nappies. Asda and Tesco are good too but are more expensive.

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eyeballkerry
eyeballkerry2 weeks ago

My children grew up in terry towelling nappies. Back then it was the only way I could afford to put my babies in nappies. Used to love seeing hanging out on the line on a summers day.

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snoogans888
snoogans8882 weeks ago

We use Tesco size 4 and found them to be good. I’m hoping we won’t need to use them for longer if we can nail potty training!

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PinkElephant26
PinkElephant262 weeks ago

I use the Aldi nappies and Mt daughter is in the 3s, I do find them slightly thinner but still as good. I always recommend aldis

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Leannexxx
Leannexxx
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2 weeks ago

PinkElephant26 I've always said Aldi has the best nappies it was a friend that told me to try them after they stopped selling Huggies here and I've never had a issue till now was fine in the newborn one but she's leaking out of the 3s

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PinkElephant26
PinkElephant262 weeks ago

Leannexxx I'll be buying 4s soon so I wonder what they'll be like. I wonder whether the 3s+ are bit thinner as baby is moving around more and made to be less bulky 🤔 really don't know, just a thought. When I had my 1st baby I used huggies but it was a fortune and they never lasted all night, only when I had my 2nd I switched to Aldis and still buying Aldis with my 3rd.

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Sammycb
Sammycb2 weeks ago

My friends a new mum and swears by Lidl nappies. Like others she used Aldi ones but find they have definitely gotten thinner 😏

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HEDGEHOGS
HEDGEHOGS2 weeks ago

My Granddaughter has Tesco or Aldi nappies, both pretty good and no leakage.

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