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Overnight nappy recommendations

(18 Posts)
RachSt12 Sat 04-Mar-17 07:14:31

Can anyone recommend good nappies that will keep my son dry throughout the night.
We've tried Tesco's ultra dry and Aldi so far but both mornings he's woken up soaked through and his bedding as well- poor lad.
He is size three and sleeps the night through.
Thank you.

creamcheeseandlox Sat 04-Mar-17 07:20:09

I used to go up a size at night so the absorbency was more. I used Aldi during the day but pampers baby dry at night.

BikeRunSki Sat 04-Mar-17 07:24:21


I used to get them online in bulk. Pricey, but used to last all night.

BikeRunSki Sat 04-Mar-17 07:24:46


I used to get them online in bulk. Pricey, but used to last all night.

Melinda76 Sat 04-Mar-17 07:38:11

We find boots own brand the best for our daughter and normally on 3 for £7 too 😄

Tobuyornot99 Sat 04-Mar-17 07:39:53

Asda Little Angels do the job for us, never once have we had wet pj's / bedding. I think it really depends on which brand fits your child's shape, what works for one doesn't work for all.

MeredithShepherd Sat 04-Mar-17 08:30:08

Pampers baby dry here

ElspethFlashman Sat 04-Mar-17 08:32:34

Pampers baby dry for the win.

Aldi during the day so the pack of Pampers lasts ages.

DarkestBeforeDawn Sat 04-Mar-17 08:51:27

Pampers baby dry, every time

CottonSock Sat 04-Mar-17 08:52:56

We did better with pull ups at night

Slothlikesundays Sat 04-Mar-17 08:53:20

Sainsbury's. But have you tried going up to a size 4? Every time we've had wet overnight we've gone up a size and not had the problem again.

womaninatightspot Sat 04-Mar-17 08:55:22

I, too, found the Tesco ultra dry leaked at night but they're super fit ones (purple packet) seem fine.

Imavinoops Sat 04-Mar-17 08:57:42

We use Drynites, bit pricey but it's very rare they fail for us so we get those for nights.

RachSt12 Sat 04-Mar-17 09:25:41

Thanks, I can't see Drynites in baby sizes, maybe I'm searching incorrectly?

RachSt12 Sat 04-Mar-17 09:26:32

I have gone up a size to see if that helped- thanks for the tip.
Will see if Tesco purple pack and pampers work- thank you x

chloechloe Sat 04-Mar-17 11:35:54

If using Pampers, use the plus ones for your baby's size as they are more absorbent.

kel1234 Sat 04-Mar-17 11:42:53

We've only ever used papers nappies. Started off with new baby sensitive (white packed), then went on to new baby premium protection (yellow and green packet), now use premium protection active fit (purple packet).
I've never had a leak. And my lo slept through from 3 months.

Summerdays2014 Sat 04-Mar-17 13:09:23

Asda or pampers baby dry for us.

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