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Please recommend a good nappy brand

(21 Posts)
Mummabear22 Sun 21-Aug-16 18:16:45

Hi all

I'm looking to change the nappies I put my 7month old DD in as I'm currently using pampers and it's getting rather expensive and I think the nappies aren't helping her poor nappy rash.

Thanks

AndNowItsSeven Sun 21-Aug-16 18:17:33

Aldi.

paddypants13 Sun 21-Aug-16 18:19:20

We've always used Asda's Little Angels or Aldi own brand and found them very good.

Dd is now toilet trained but not dry at night and I use Aldi's Easy up pants (not sure if that's the right name but they're def the Aldi ones!) because they're cheaper and fit her better.

TwoLittleBlooms Sun 21-Aug-16 18:21:15

My daughter is 19 months and we use cloth during the day which I think are great but we are also currently using Aldi Mamia during the night. We have tried pampers like yourself but they were far too expensive and we tried the Lidl. They are the only 3 disposables we have tried and these are the best in my opinion. I think we pay about £3/£4 a pack and there are about 40 in the pack.

Tanito279 Sun 21-Aug-16 18:21:24

Sainsburys. I won't use anything else. The elastic in the band makes for a great fit.

SharonfromEON Sun 21-Aug-16 18:21:38

I am a childminder so use what ever nappies I am sent..If I had another child I would buy Aldi.

Luciferbox Sun 21-Aug-16 18:24:37

Aldi or Asda

MyBreadIsEggy Sun 21-Aug-16 18:25:56

Aldi!

ClaretAndBlue30 Sun 21-Aug-16 18:26:19

I used pampers until my DD was 18 months but like you started to realise they are stupidly expensive so swapped to aldi - they are great, a third of the price and really adsorbent

AprilLoveJ Sun 21-Aug-16 18:27:25

Asda Little Angels are excellent.

Morrisons and Lidl resulted in a huge number of poop explosions for us. sad Would never use again.

Never tried Aldi but my cousin specifically buys them whenever she flies over from Australia and takes a bunch home. She sings their praises highly!

wobblywonderwoman Sun 21-Aug-16 18:27:32

Love aldi or boots own brand

To be honest I like tesco and others. I didn't really like pampers

IveGotCheese Sun 21-Aug-16 18:28:21

Aldi or Asda

Shelby1981 Sun 21-Aug-16 18:39:04

Aldi

HSMMaCM Sun 21-Aug-16 18:41:03

Asda little angels or lidl or sainsburys. All better than pampers.

wiltingfast Sun 21-Aug-16 19:14:21

Alidi grin

Hopelass Sun 21-Aug-16 19:17:01

Aldi!

mrsnoon Sun 21-Aug-16 19:17:37

Aldi then as soon as they are big enough we used Morrison's or Asda's value range ones. Pleasantly surprised when DP bought them by mistake with eldest DS and continued to use them and try other budget ones - these 2 are the best.

Nottalotta Sun 21-Aug-16 19:18:40

I used Aldi for ages but then started getting a lot of leaks. I use Tesco now, three packs for £10.

Mummabear22 Sun 21-Aug-16 22:18:05

Thanks everyone, think I'm going to give Tesco's a go as don't have an Aldi close by unfortunately.

Kim82 Sun 21-Aug-16 22:29:08

I used Aldi nappies for my youngest dd until she started to get horrendous nappy rash at around 18 months. I switched to pampers baby dry and they've been great and we still use them now at age 2.

We ran out of pampers a few months ago so grabbed a pack of Aldi ones again and within two days her rash had come back. It's so weird as Aldi nappies were brilliant for the first 18 months, I've no idea why they suddenly started making her sore. Most odd! I'd love to go back to the Aldi ones as they're great value but can't so we buy pampers in bulk from Amazon - it's around £22 for 174 nappies so not ridiculously expensive.

With my elder 3 I used a mixture of huggies, pampers, boots and Asda little angels and never had any issues with them either.

Thataintnoetchasketch Sun 21-Aug-16 22:50:30

Aldi. I bulk bought pampers initially & they were fine but I actually prefer Aldi now & find them much better to use plus they're much cheaper. Sainsburys own were rubbish.

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