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And by the way - I've used a lot of diapers on her, from Indisposables to Kushies and Mee Mees are my favourite fitted diaper. They fit over her enormous, breastfed thighs easily and are as trim as any disposable.
I also do not like Indisposables, because they are so bulky and long in the body. -- Kathleen (Feb 17/00)
Hi, I have used Indisposables and have had great results. I first bought them from a friend who had used them for her two!!! children. My daughter was the third!! child to use these diapers and they are still in great shape!! If I have any more children I will definitely use Indisposables again. They are very absorbent, dry easily, have covers to protect the Velcro® tabs so they stay in great shape. I think that they may have torn for others if they didn't use the flip tabs for the Velcro® it can catch on the cotton and maybe tear. I needed to go to cotton because my daughter had persistent yeast infections and diaper rashes in disposables. The cloth diapers made a significant difference in her bottom!! I didn't have any trouble with leaking or anything, the pull-up nylon pants held everything where is was supposed to be. I recommend them to anyone who wants to use cloth. I have also used the Indisposables training pants with super success. They are great for training and I only wish I had discovered them when I was training my first child, I think it would have gone a lot smoother if I had used them with her!!! -- Laura M. C. (Jan 18/00)
I've used Indisposables, they lasted through two children. I found them long lasting and quite durable, as well as absorbent. I even bought them initially second-hand. I really like these diapers. -- Karin Maritow (Nov 30/99)
I tried Indisposables and loved them at first, but they developed holes after about 2 months use. Definitely NOT worth it! -- Caryl Villa (Sept 25/99)
Kins and Indisposable cloth diapers for children and adults are not as good as advertised. They both use polyester as their main absorbent material. Polyester-polyester rayon is not an absorbent material. It is a plastic fiber made from chemical resins. It is a good wicking material but does not absorb anything. It is known as a closed cell material in the medical profession. Meaning it won't absorb liquid. It works great in orthopedic - good because it doesn't absorb sweat. So why is it used in diapers? It's cheap and it mimics absorbent materials by pulling moisture in between the fibres but it doesn't hold it there. Check for yourself. Wet the front of a Kin or Indisposable with water. Hang it on a clothes line by the front. Within minutes the water will start dripping out the bottom. This won't happen with cotton. If cotton didn't cover the diaper you would be able to collect every drop back into the diaper. Also, adult products flat out stink... They are not as shown. I have a 36 inch waist. That is a very popular men's size. Of course it's in between sizes for both companies. I've suffered from incontinence all my life. There is nothing better than cotton for diapers. Some day I'll be able to get real products for people who sit in wheel chairs. Cut wide like infant. And absorbent enough so I can do something I've always wanted to do. Go to a bar or night club and be secure. -- B. Baker (Aug 27/99)
I have a newborn baby and tried the Kushies AIO on him, however, and it did leak when he had a large BM. I prefer to use an Indisposable diaper with a wrap on a young baby who hasn't started solids. -- Mary, Mom of Two (Jul 8/99)
Indisposables with snaps - I like these diapers. They are very absorbent and easy to use. I don't like how bulky they are, but they do dry very fast. -- Tracie
Indisposables... Great to work with. The diaper works just like a disposable except with Velcro®. Very absorbent and easy to care for. I've tried the diapers and the wraps (pull on pants) and love them both. No leaks!! -- Laura Gazley
Right now I just bought 4 Indisposables so far I like them and there has been no leaks. -- Tiffany Hoernemann
I was lucky - a woman in my city was closing out Indisposables. I got 6 dozen diapers, many covers, 2 dirty bags, washcloths, and T shirts for $300. I like them a lot, but was horrified to learn how much they usually go for. I would never have spent $90 a dozen for them, But I really have been pleased. No leaks, great fit, very easy to use. -- Jenny Maddox
Indisposables (T.C. Kidco): Absolutely hated these diapers. Too bulky, too "delicate", leaked. Also wasn't crazy about the covers. Used both the pull-on style and the Velcro® (both breathable nylon). Fit well but fell apart very easily. -- Laura Fletcher
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