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🩹 Clear+Dry Natural Training Diaper Pants by PARASOL - Pure Ingredients, Water-Based Ink, Non-Woven Fabric with Excellent Dermatest Seal - Rash Protection Diaper Set, Size 3 (12-28 lbs), 28-Count Review

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Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
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3.7
👶 Disposable Diapers, 👶 Diapering

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BrandPARASOL
Number of Items1
ColorBorn to Run
Incontinence Protector TypePotty Training Underwear
Age Range (Description)Baby
MaterialBaby Care Products & diapering
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Description of 🩹 Clear+Dry Natural Training Diaper Pants by PARASOL - Pure Ingredients, Water-Based Ink, Non-Woven Fabric with Excellent Dermatest Seal - Rash Protection Diaper Set, Size 3 (12-28 lbs), 28-Count

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Reviews

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Revainrating 4 out of 5

There are better ones

I'll keep it short and sweet. The best thing about them is that they are the closest thing to real disposable cloth diapers, very soft but quite thin. They provide good protection against leakage, but are unreliable, especially with large amounts of urine. I have a feeling they don't fit, although your results may vary wildly depending on your child's shape and weight.

Pros
  • Good product for the price
Cons
  • Bad instructions

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Disposable diapers are not for us

The good thing I want to say is that they are good for babies with sensitive skin. My child didn't have a rash with these. That's where the positive aspects of these diapers end for me. They are a bit big and too easy for a child to take them off alone (maybe they are good for potty training?). They're pretty thin and we had a few sidewall tears (not sure if it's because they're too big for them or they're just not reinforced enough). As long as we stick to haggis.

Pros
  • Good thing
Cons
  • I'm worried

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The softest disposable nappies

They're so soft they feel like cloth! They are easy for toddlers to pick up and almost easy to take down when full. Let's face it, this will never be a cakewalk. Two issues keep me from giving a 4 star rating. They are small, so you need to order and pay attention to the actual weight. The design on my backpack was so faded and faded that the three of us couldn't figure out what it was. Either go straight for white or put some effort into drawing. Neither of these issues affected absorbency or…

Pros
  • Easy to use
Cons
  • New competitors are here

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Expensive diapers in disposable diapers

At $0.57 per diaper, these are by far the most expensive we've tried. We typically use either the seventh generation ($0.37 per diaper) or our new favorite brand Revain ($0.27) and sometimes Huggies ($0.23). They fit well, he is 9 months old in a size 3 (plastic) and the nappies are very thick. The first night there was no leak and there was a blue line indicating he had a wet diaper and dry skin. A pack of 128 is slightly cheaper ($0.54 per diaper). We didn't have a single case of diaper rash…

Pros
  • Easy-to-read control panel
Cons
  • There are other interesting options.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Soft, Slightly Loose

These pull-ups are incredibly soft! The waist is elastic and comfortable and my son likes to wear it. The inside is absorbent and keeps you very dry. The only thing that doesn't excite me so much is the elasticity of the leg holes. They are just too loose and when they get wet they gape a bit around my son's skinny legs. There is also a small pull tab on the back for easy removal. I'm also a little confused about the size, I ordered a size 3 and they fit my son well. But he's been a size 4 for…

Pros
  • Positives Only
Cons
  • Some Negatives

Revainrating 3 out of 5

Feel good but not good for messy situations

Overall I like these diapers. They're decently absorbent (not nearly diaper-level, but good) and soft to the touch, but in my experience they're not made for messy poop. My baby had diarrhea and soiled all of his clothes. The diaper held up the most, but came right out of the leg holes. The leg holes don't seem to fit snugly to the body, and if your baby is chubby and rolls like mine, brace yourself for a disaster or two. They work well during the day when I can watch them closely and I love…

Pros
  • Finally bought
Cons
  • Negative gift