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TOPIC: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it?

Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169806

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Im going to give them a try as soon as I get to P'nP again. They sound good.. will just have to check the price compared to Baby City or Dischem's pampers nr2 (using that at the moment). Also my oldest boy using pampers 4+. I hate cheap leaky nappies so Ill be very critical ;)

Someone gave me Spar brand nappies for my babyshower and they are soooooo horrible!! Returned the pack (it was open) and they gave me my money back ! haha to Spar :)
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169813

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Kimika- I'm very disappointed. :( . I have noticed that, I am constantly changing nappies. (Unlike I did when we were using Pampers) these nappies get full quickly and leak big time! I'm now waking up at midnight to change the nappy because couple hours after changing its full again. Oh don't bother buying these because they are of not so good quality. I trusted them. Sorry ladies, once I finish this last packet I'm going back to pampers!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169848

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I'm not a fan of the P'nP nappies to be honest, they are so bulky and stiff. Plus the price per nappy is more expensive than Pampers (at least when on special). I love Pampers :)
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169855

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Yeah, I'm going back to pampers. I was happy with the price difference.
But the quality is not good. I guess the price, and the similar look to pampers got me excited. But no more!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169857

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yep didn't like the pnp brand either sticking to pampers a lot softer as well
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169865

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B). Cool!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169866

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It sounds like the huggies dry comfort and the pampers sleep and play whicj I dont like because they are stiff and have no elastic in the waist.
And this at same price as the Pampers Active / huggies Gold? Seems someone at PnP hasnt done their homework.
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169868

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B). Cool!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169872

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B). Cool!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169877

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Next month we starting potty training. So now we need pull ups anyway. I'm looking forward to that. I'm especially looking forward to the little accidents of small puddles around the house! :silly:
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169886

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I also found them to be more expensive than the papmers - especially on the size 3 - and definately when you get the papmers jumbo packs on special - fortunately for us we have managed to always find the specials on the pampers.
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169972

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I'm using the P'nP nappies. Definitely cheaper than Huggies. They feel a lot like Pampers (soft) but are much more absorbent. I would definitely recommend them.
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169979

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When I do use disposable nappies then I use these regardless of them working out more expensive. The reason is I use less of them because they don't break and leak that aweful gel all over the place and can go through the whole night and my LB is still dry in the morning. With all the other brands he leaks terrible and the nappies are usually falling apart by morning. For a non disposable mommy I give these a thumbs up!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169982

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I love PnP nappies! Baby was wet almost every morning with Huggies gold and Pampers Active. Just shows how different babies are!
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Re: Pick 'n Pay Brand Nappies - have you used it? 3 years 7 months ago #169992

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No, ladies I've really had a change of heartm I'm going back to pampers once I finish this pnp packet. I'm tired of leaks. But I'm happy for those ladies who are loving them.
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