Wonder Works?

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Netty
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Wonder Works?

Post by Netty » Fri Jan 18, 2008 10:41 am

I've never owned an AIO before now. There really doesn't seem to be enough absorbancy in there to take a full wee and I'm not game to try it without boosting.

Would somebody with experience of these please tell me how you've found them (apparently they are the older style)

How long would you expect a Wonder Works last unboosted?

Would an average AIO normally last (say three hours) without boosting?
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Post by aussiemum » Fri Jan 18, 2008 10:59 am

I don't think people generally find they last 3 hours unless bubby is a very light wetter.
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Post by caturn » Fri Jan 18, 2008 2:09 pm

I love the fit of these nappies. they have 3 layers of microfibre so will last the same as a microfibre insert.
I unstitched the front of mine to make a pocket and boost them. I'm still using them on my DD wo is 2 1/2 (although she is only ever in them for short time now as TTing)

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