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Old 09-03-2012, 12:37 PM   #11
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Re: Stay Dry fitted?

If he is sensitive to other types of diapers but not bamboo - then maybe synthetic fabrics are the problem. Most any type of "stay-dry" option will be some form of polyester.
Unfortunately, natural fabrics don't really feel dry because they are absorbent.
But as you can see by all of the PPs, there are lots of choices for Stay-dry toppers you could try.
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If he is sensitive to other types of diapers but not bamboo - then maybe synthetic fabrics are the problem. Most any type of "stay-dry" option will be some form of polyester.
Unfortunately, natural fabrics don't really feel dry because they are absorbent.
But as you can see by all of the PPs, there are lots of choices for Stay-dry toppers you could try.
This. If the only fabric that he doesn't react to is bamboo, stay dry options may not work for him. All the stay dry fabrics are synthetic. I would try buying some microfleece at JoAnn first and cutting it into strips for liners before investing in all new fitteds.

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Old 09-06-2012, 01:03 PM   #15
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Re: Stay Dry fitted?

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This. If the only fabric that he doesn't react to is bamboo, stay dry options may not work for him. All the stay dry fabrics are synthetic. I would try buying some microfleece at JoAnn first and cutting it into strips for liners before investing in all new fitteds.

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Idk why I didn't think of the fabric being an issue before! We are in germany though so I can't just run to the store for some fleece. I don't even know of any craft or sewing stores around here that carry fabric He wakes up at least once a night to be changed because of the wetness. I know for a fact that is the problem too because If he wakes and I change him he goes right back to sleep, and if I put him in a disposable overnight he sleeps 10+ hours without waking.
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