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  2. For Sale

    I have the Babykins cloth diaper Style 11500 which is compared to the DPF like diaper it's very absorbent and thick. It has the hook and loop closure elastic back and very comfortable. The prints is called baby girl print which is very cute with baby blocks that spell different words like BABY, the back round has little dots of different colors and it is white in color,very cute. My problem is there a little small, I have a 32 inch waist and the size is listed as a medium but to small for me. I would say if you have a 30 inch waist they would fit you nicely even a waist a little smaller. I wore them Once DID NOT use them for there purpose and did wash them there still like brand new. I paid $28,00 dollars for them plus shipping (pretty expensive shipping) If you are interested in purchasing these diapers please message me. I would like to get at least $20.00 dollars for them plus shipping. I"m willing to negotiate but please be reasonable. Of course it would be discreet shipping. Please USA only.
  3. Happy Endings Pocket Cloth Diapers

    I was browsing Amazon when I came across a brand of cloth diapers called "Happy Endings", and I saw that they had some cute pocket diapers. Then I saw they had some labelled for "Teen/Adult" use. Now, I always get anxious when I see a diaper that can be for both teen and adult use. I wanted to see why it was for both, in the event this was one of "those" companies that were selling products with a "creepy" factor. After looking at their website and finding out why it was for both teens and adults, I determined that there was no creepy factor. This cloth diaper can be made shorter in length to accommodate someone about the size of a teen. With that being said, I will move on to my thoughts. This is a pocket style diaper, just like the babies today are being put in. The adult sizes come in two styles, one with snap closure and one with velcro closure. Each diaper comes with one insert when you buy it. My personal thoughts are that the snap style is shorter than the velcro style, and comes a bit short. As far as comfort goes, both of them are slim, comfortable, and fairly absorbent with the insert that comes with it. Finally, the customer service is top notch! I ended up having to send an email about an issue with the site and a coupon. They got back to me promptly and had fixed the issue. Also, when my order arrived, it was short one of the diapers. However, there was a note about the reason why (something about managing stock between sales and the website), and included a free gift. About a week later, the missing diaper arrived in the mail! To sum it up: Not creepy, great quality, comfortable, adorable prints, great customer service! If you wanted to look at getting pocket-style cloth diapers, I would give them a shot. Also, order from the web site, not Amazon.
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  8. Bad Experience

    Babykins, the online retailer of fine adult baby clothing known by many, has really let me down. Two months ago I ordered two large cloth diapers with a girl print. I don't usually like prints on my diapers, as I prefer the plain white. But this print looked "soft" to me, and so I ordered it. When my order arrived, I found that the print I ordered was NOT the one I received. As I am in the habit of washing things when as soon as I get them, I washed these immediately, realizing they would not take them back after my doing so. Despite that, I called the company to tell them about their mistake. The woman in charge was instantly defensive (I had emailed her a week earlier and it had taken her a full business week to reply); even though she said it was too bad that I had washed the garments, she NEVER apologized for the inconvenience I was experiencing. Her manner of handling things was not what I would call "professional." It was as if she had no idea that the items being sent were different from the items being offered on their website. In fairness to them, they offered to take 25% off my next order and provide free shipping, which would have been acceptable, but the point was that I would not have ordered these diapers had it not been for the print they showed on their website. You can see how different they were in the pix I've shown below. This practice by retailers to replace an item ordered with a different item is known as "bait and switch" and it is illegal in the US, although I'm not sure about Canada. It surely is NOT a business practice which would lead to greater consumer confidence. I also noticed that one of the diapers they sent had a flawed serge stitch along the outer seam. All in all it appeared they wanted to relieve themselves of their factory "seconds" and I was the likely candidate. At the moment the purchase is under review by my credit card company with which I have filed a dispute claim. The whole point of this notice is to inform people that when you deal with Babykins, despite the innocent sounding name which is so attractive to AB little folk such as myself, you do not know what you are going to get and you will not be able to have confidence in purchasing from them because we know they practice "bait and switch," a dishonest policy which puts the consumer at a disadvantage. If you order what is pictured below, this is not the print you receive. This is so sad because I've always enjoyed their product offerings and patronized their business for at least the last three years. Either way you look at it, it's a "buyer beware" world, folks, even if you're little and you don't think ANYONE should cheat you, EVER (like me...).
  9. Christine's Review

    This has grown into the "What", "How" and "Why" of clothe diapers and rubber panties. along with an invitation and the means by which, to join in the process Christine's Reviews
  10. Babykins Cloth Diapers

    Just bought two new cloth diapers from Babykins. They are a night-time diaper with a nice wide pad and a cute girl print. I'm very excited about this, as I have not bought new cloth diapers in well over three years. I'm also going to try the diaper pins they carry, model 14003. They aren't cheap but I've never had a 3" pin and am looking forward to trying these on for size, so to speak...Here is the link for the new diapers. I've always been impressed with babykins customer service for the most part, and their products are really good too. http://www.babykins.com/store/adult-cloth-diapers/kins-flat-prefold-night-time-adult-diaper/
  11. Be sure to stop by Changing Times Diaper Company the next time you are in Las Vegas. We offer a nice selection of cloth diapers, waterproof pants made with plastic and polyurethane laminate (PUL), and, disposable diapers from ABU, Bambino and BareBum. Feel free to stop by and chat.
  12. Good Morning Guys & Girls! I was just surfing the 'net for ABDL-geared training paints, and I came across the Baby Pants brand/company website, baby-pants.com. With this being such a big community of AB, TB, DL, Mommies & Daddies, bedwetters (and more), I'm curious if anybody here has tried any of their products or shopped on this site before. I've always been a huge fan of AB-sized "training pants". They me that great kid-like feeling most of us all love to talk about here. I've only had one pair from ABU. Before the company changed (for the better of course), they once offered an almost exact copy of the old Gerber training pants and I regret not having bought more; I wore-out mine a long time ago and I sadly just had to trash 'em. I also love the idea of "our size" onesizes, but I've never have any. This company makes all the specialty ABDL items; almost everything you can imagine! They've got the basics like their own line cloth diapers and plastic pants, but they also have tons of different things for sale, including these insanely cute training pants that come in a ton of different colored prints and two different thicknesses; "Almost a Big Kid" and "My First Training Pants" which are thicker. http://baby-pants.com/training_Pants.php Their onezies also come in the same prints as the training pants do, and both--as I said before--are just ridiculously cute! {http://baby-pants.com/onezie.php There are plenty of positive reviews on their Amazon page for the training pants (43 reviews all mostly 5, and some 4 stars). However, being the savvy shopper that I am, I just wanted to know if anybody here had bought anything from them before, especially the items I've mentioned. Even if you haven't, maybe just let me know what you think. Like Mike Myers on SNL's "Coffee Talk" used to say, "DISCUSS!" Best Wishes to ALL of You
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    From the album Diapers

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  15. I am an AB who enjoys pooping in my diapers; I use both disposable and cloth. When using clothies, I have had serious problems with poop staining my plastic pants and thus ruining them. Does anyone know of a plastic pants that do not have this problem?
  16. cloth diapers

    heya guys im looking for some cloth diapers/nappies but i want patterned ones nice a colourful ones like these baby ones i live in the uk and i really want some can anyone help or know were i can get some from ? thanks guys
  17. All-in-One diaper

    From the album Gobphus in Diapers

    This all-in-one diaper has Velcro fasteners, so that pins are not required. I don't rely on its waterproofing.
  18. White GaryWear PUL pants over cloth diaper

    From the album Gobphus in Diapers

    I think I was wearing a full cloth diaper underneath these plastic pants.
  19. Full cloth diaper

    From the album Gobphus in Diapers

    It doesn't look like I did a very good job of putting this diaper on myself. In fact, I don't like wearing cloth diapers, due the difficulty not only of putting them on but also of getting them to smell clean.
  20. Finally got my first snappies and boingos and they are fantastic. I always used diaper pins in the past but snappies hold the wet diapers in place better. They are easier to use then pins. I don't know why I waited so long to try them. These items make cloth diaper wearing even better. Anyone else have any experiences using them instead of pins?
  21. Hallo to all... Sry for my bad spell since english is not my primary language, im from slovenia. About two weeks ago i buy plastic pants and cloth diapers too. Well since i havent been alone in the house and have no chance to wash then i simply must wait to get my opportunity. In the meanwhile i test those plastic pants with combination of tena flex, it felt soo good! I must say that i wear for many years now, and it is for pleasure, fun and manstrubating by humping (i hope you know what i mean). So this week is diaper time, yesterday i prepare four cloth cotton 80x80cm clasic diaper and plastic pants. When i prepare to fold it i put 3 diapers together and another one as a booster (i fold it like newspaper) I fold it in this way, there is link: https://youtu.be/uKkJItrBKtQ And i use those plastic in link, it is in slovenian language but you can see it in pictures anyway, or use google translate from slovenian... http://pleniceracman.si/ponudba/inkontinenca/334/nepremocljive_hlace/ Before i put it on i empty my bladder, right before sleep i drink one blig glass of water, that is half of liter. When i woke up i wett of course, i leaks just a little... So i would like to ask all of you how many diapers is fine to use for an average adult? Is 4 o.k.? Should i use more, like 5 or 6?? What is the best way to fold cloth diapers for adult? Hope to read any answers soon, diapers are already washed, and here in slovenia is noon. Thanks for answers and have a nice day;)
  22. New from Babykins

    Here is something new from Babykins that I may try out and review although the side seams looks a but short and I do not know how durable they are http://www.babykins.com/store/adult-plastic-pants/latex-pants-10300ln/
  23. Using towels as diapers

    Someone suggested to me on this board about a year or so back that I buy terry towels to use as diapers. Considering I can't afford cloth birdseye diapers as easily as I once did, it's beginning to sound like a really good idea. Forgive me if this sounds like a stupid question, but is there a specific thickness that works best? A particular thread count, that is?