Lidl Toujours nappies; Midi, Maxi or Junior; 56/50/44 Pack; 8.4p/9.4p/10.7p/Nappy - HotUKDeals
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These are brilliant nappies; better than pampers/huggies imo. Won the Mumsnet Best nappies award 2012.
Supposed to be on offer from 14 Feb, but was in my local store today and already reduced to £4.69.

Midi, Maxi or Junior
56/50/44 Pack
8.4p/9.4p/10.7p/Nappy
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banned#1
My friend's baby has had an awful nappy rash because of this nappy. I stick to Pampers,sorry.

Edited By: Alex7911 on Feb 07, 2013 11:01
#2
Used for the first 14 months of my daughter's life with zero complaints. We liked them more than huggies, pampers etc which seem over engineered for no benefit.
#3
very good one,last long ,very cheap price
#4
Alex7911
My friend's baby has had an awful nappy rash because of this nappy. I stick to Pampers,sorry.


Nappy rash generally isnt down to nappy type except in the instance where it doesn't absorb as quick as you would like in most cases it would be down to being allergic to content of material used and/or being left in a soiled nappy too long.


SIDE NOTE: Alot of babies are allergic to Zinc which is in Sudacrem the common form of "prevention" and "treatment" of nappy rash which of course makes the situation even worse. (I'm also allergic to Zinc as is my son)

Edited By: Nailez on Feb 08, 2013 13:52: ......
#5
I started with pampers but they kept leaking poo out of the sides and switched to these from about 6 months old and then moved onto to lidl pull ups, they're excellent! There are reviews online for these and they've won awards. No point in throwing money on something that is hidden away when money can be spent elsewhere x

Edited By: moodamoo55 on Feb 07, 2013 19:15
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i use aldi nappies which i cannot recoomend highly enough! its about time some people started to look around i cannot believe how much people pay for pampers, its double this amount!! and i dont rate them at all
#7
Unfortunately they don't go up to a size 6 for my son so i get Sainsbury's ones not had a problem with them yet and they are usually 2 for £10 plus you get nectar points too ;) But agree it's ridiculous the cost of pampers these days. I do like Aldi nappies for my youngest though but would happily buy these if i wasn't going to Aldi.
#8
Nothing wrong with these nappies, used them for the 3 years my son was in them as the pampers and huggies were both rubbish in quality compared to them, i switched to the lidl pull ups when i was toilet training him too.

defo worth the moneyl
#9
I use lidil nappy since my son was size 3. Now I use pullups size 5. No coplaints. I used Huggies and Little Angels before but Lidil ones are the best. Also where else can you find quality thick wipes fr 79p Hellloo!
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Jaxy 11, ive seen pullups in size
6 at Lidils for a while now. Maybe worth checking again.
#10
I have used pampers and huggies both , pampers always leaks poo, toujours is the best nappy I've ever used, and I always recommend my friends for this nappy.
#11
Yes tourjours lidle diapers are good aswell as moltex diapers too.If you are in spain you can try moltex i bought my in carrefour superermecado(supermarket)didn't have to wake up at nights to be changing my baby's nappies.It absorbs very well and read its made with natural organic materials.No chemical it keeps my baby smooth.
#12
These nappies are awful. They have made us use reusable. We had never had nappy rash before we used these. They kdont soak up urine very well! Need to be changed every hour. If we go back to disposables its asda or aldi nappies we will use.

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