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Nappies, are tesco any good?

Any relevant opinions please. I currently use asda's own in the day and pampers at night but have seen good deals on tesco's own brand and was wondering if they are worth a try?

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Tesco's own brand are virtually identical to Asda, literally imo they all look like they are made in the same factory, they just have a different design, same with Boots own brand.

I have used used all three brands in Nappy and Pull up versions and haven't noticed any difference.

I've used Tesco and asda, both pretty much the same, no problems with either.

Go Aldi

We used to use active fit but moved to Aldi brand... really REALLY good. And a lot cheaper!

I agree, aldi are good... tescos (& pampers) leaked at night for our boy, had to put 2 on! (double bagged)

Aldi Brand are a lot better than all the other brands, been a foster carer for over 10 years, none of the top branded nappies keep your baby drier.

Original Poster

Thanks for the advise guys, I've tried Aldi and they just don't fit my son well. He's only 23 months but wearing 6+ as he's so tall and has quite wide thighs. Will give tesco a try. X

I swear by Asda. Iv tried them all and the Asda suited my son best the others, namely top brands had him soaked through in the night.

We used pampers and asda and tesco nappies, had problems with huggies. Think you might struggle with sizes, mine only went up to size 4 in nappies.

Holly1985

Tesco's own brand are virtually identical to Asda, literally imo they all … Tesco's own brand are virtually identical to Asda, literally imo they all look like they are made in the same factory, they just have a different design, same with Boots own brand.I have used used all three brands in Nappy and Pull up versions and haven't noticed any difference.



Your answer was spot on. Most supermarket nappies including Asda's little angels and Tesco loves baby are made and supplied by Huggies.
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