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Old 09-21-2017, 10:19 PM   #1
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Anyone have a favorite brand of cloth nursing pads?
I have a couple of the "bamboobies". I don't know that I used them much, I got them when I was passed the majority of leaking.

I mostly used the lansinoh disposable kind last time, but I wanted to look at other options this time around.

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I liked the ones from Nicki's diapers. I don't know how much my leaking compared to others, but they are pul backed and fleece on top, so super soft and absorbant but I never leaked past them. I didn't like bamboobies - I didn't like they way they felt when wet. I don't have very big breasts, though, and I've heard that some people don't like Nicki's because they aren't contoured at all. That didn't bother me.

ETA: they we're pretty cheap, too, compared to some. I think I got 3 sets plus I had 2 sets of bamboobies, and that was usually enough to get me to the next wash day.

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I liked the ones from Nicki's diapers. I don't know how much my leaking compared to others, but they are pul backed and fleece on top, so super soft and absorbant but I never leaked past them. I didn't like bamboobies - I didn't like they way they felt when wet. I don't have very big breasts, though, and I've heard that some people don't like Nicki's because they aren't contoured at all. That didn't bother me.

ETA: they we're pretty cheap, too, compared to some. I think I got 3 sets plus I had 2 sets of bamboobies, and that was usually enough to get me to the next wash day.
These are the ones I liked too. I liked the idea of natural fibers but couldn't stand the wetness feeling.
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Old 09-23-2017, 12:58 PM   #4
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I like the mother ease Bamboo. I generally don't care for bamboo, but these have been my favorite!!!


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Hands down, homestead emporium were my favorite. They feature soft bamboo wtih PUL on the back! I love theirs. I'll be listing mine soon if you want me to let you know when, I will. No pressure at all though. Just mentioning it.
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I have Mother-ease bamboo and stay-dry. The stay-dry are my favorite. They are big, they have water-proof backing, and they don't feel wet all the time. And they don't leak unless they are super full. They are kind of pricey, in my opinion, but I got mine on eBay for much cheaper in new, slightly damaged condition (one had a spot on it). They are awesome.
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In general, I preferred stay-dry over all else. I know they say most babies don't mind the natural fibers, but I couldn't stand the wet feeling.
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Old 09-28-2017, 07:27 AM   #8
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Awesome, thanks for the responses! I better hop on ordering some.
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I love Fruit of the Womb's bamboo
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