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#1 of 4 Old 02-22-2014, 01:11 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Anyone EC with wool longies for use as a sort of trainer-pant while going out? Figured because they have that absorbancy but will still be able to feel damp without soaking wherever his miss MAY (let's not jinx it) wink1.gif happen.
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wool has slow absorbency so you're gonna want to have something inside of them (like a training pant) or a stream will shoot right through the fabric.


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Yeah was wondering if it would be enough but I don't think so. So instead thinking of putting a thick liner so that it will absorb the fast beginning amount and then the wool will start to absorb the excess and hopefully I notice before it gets really wet. smile.gif
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I've had baby pee run either through the wool or right down the leg. Under the Nile baby undies absorb one pee. The warmth and sleight dampness can be felt right away through our longies. Trainers with side snaps are oh so nice if there is a chance of missing a poo. I just had to peel poopy underwater off a wiggling 8 month old the other day. Not fun!
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