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I bought a few pin on cloth diapers a while back and while I like them, it is a pain to try to change and re-pin them while at work. And have switched back to disposable while at work for ease.

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Pullups are a pain. They might work for you if you have RA, but for those of

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To me wearing a cloth diaper at work isn't worth the hassle. Even a velcro tabbed AIO. You have to have something

to put the wet one in and take to your car. I would leave them for home use only and use disposables for work.

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pull on are a pain! great if you need a trainer diaper but let be real us that wear diaper 24/7 need easies of changing. i like the velcro side you do need to remember when

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I've just ordered some double thickness terry towelling pull on nappies. I am looking forward to sleeping in them with a new pair of viva medi plastic pants.

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On 4/14/2016 at 0:51 AM, Little_annie said:

pull on are a pain! great if you need a trainer diaper but let be real us that wear diaper 24/7 need easies of changing. i like the velcro side you do need to remember when

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Pull-on clothe diapers wuld be harder to work with than pin-on since you are not wearing dresses or skirts and would have to undress from the waist down to change. Aside from that, they just do not hold as much as pin-on. I would not. Disposables were invented for travel and where you might not be able to have a diaper pail nearby, However, there is an ethical problem here since you would be just foist your waste products on someone else to deal with, which strikes me as a bit callous and unfair. But, unless you wear dresses and skirts, pull-on diapers would be harder to change and not offer as much capacity as pin-on. I have a pin\-on that uses only one pin and can do fairly well, it is in my Reviews

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That was the advantage of having separate diaper and panty. Snap adkustability at the waist and legs may help, two snaps at each give

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I love my pullon diapers and plastic pants.

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I agree with DLBiker but as most said day use if you need to change more than once is definitely a pain. When I worked and even now I use disposables but I love my cloth diapers for night time,nothing else keeps my bed dry.

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On 7/23/2016 at 0:53 PM, DLBiker said:

I love my pullon diapers and plastic pants.

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On 27/07/2016 at 5:25 PM, Gejoe said:

I agree with DLBiker but as most said day use if you need to change more than once is definitely a pain. When I worked and even now I use disposables but I love my cloth diapers for night time,nothing else keeps my bed dry.

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I think the pull on cloth diapers, at least the good ones, are great for bedwetting.

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I am, probably, the biggest advocate of pin-on flat cloth diapers on the site. But I have to agree with you that they are a pain in the Ass at work! Then there's the ammonia odor (that forms as soon as 4 hrs after the diaper is first wet) which limits the amount of time you can wear a wet cloth diaper.

I'm incontinent so paper diapers were the biggest challenge for me. I found that Depend Diapers (the ones with three tapes) worked best for me before I retired. Now if I need a paper diaper I use the Abena M4's.

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I have worn pin on gauze adult diapers to work for years thanks to my wife insisting I use cloth 24/7 many years ago due to costs of the Molicare diapers. I freaked at first but actually got well adjusted to cloth diapers at work and carrying a diaper bag.

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On 04/12/2016 at 7:13 PM, Muddle said:

I think the pull on cloth diapers, at least the good ones, are great for bedwetting.

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I wear a Depends Trufit underneath a pair of single layer terrycloth pants from Babykins. When the disposable becomes wet I tear it off at the sides and have the terrycloth pants for backup. I wear plastic pants over it all. This is what I normally wear to work. It is not a too thick or noticeable combination and it works for me. I do get rashes from wearing disposables every day so I try to wear cloth to work a couple times a week.

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