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Anyone have a recomendation for a good reliable Pull-on cover in PUL or nylon that can be used overnight? I saw a few at <a href="http://www.naturalbabies.com" target="_blank">www.naturalbabies.com</a> but haven't heard any opinions on any.<br><br>
Sorry for the flurry of posts this AM. Just doing some shopping and trying to get a handle on my nighttime diaperiing issues!<br><br>
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I've used both weebees and dappis successfully overnight<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile">
 

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I've tried the pull ons from Bummis which are ok, but if youre worried about leaking, dont get um cuz they can leak.<br><br>
Alexis Featherlite however NEVER LEAK!!! No matter how huge your fitted is or how soaked they get at night, they rock! They are cheap and thin and don't die if you throw them in the dryer occasionally.<br><br>
These have been a staple in our diaper stash for 8 yrs now!
 

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I agree with Sarah about the Alexis pull-ons. They are plain, perfect and cheap and they have never failed us yet.
 

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I used bummis nylon pull on exclusively in the newborn phase and still use them overnight, and never got leaks (and frankly it is the first time I hear of leaks with those).<br>
I have heard of leaks with the cotton ones though.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Alexis Featherlite however NEVER LEAK!!! No matter how huge your fitted is or how soaked they get at night, they rock! They are cheap and thin and don't die if you throw them in the dryer occasionally.<br></div>
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I second the Alexis, mine were bought at weebees and I paid what I thought was too much, but worth it. Bummis makes a nylon pull-on that is also good. BTW, weebees snap-on is great b/c the med fits my baby and my toddler.
 

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The only PUL covers that never left red marks on my son's thighs were stacinator so simple covers (bound in fleece at waist and thighs. They worked great overnight without leaks.<br><br>
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<div style="font-style:italic;">The only PUL covers that never left red marks on my son's thighs were stacinator so simple covers (bound in fleece at waist and thighs. They worked great overnight without leaks.<br><br>
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Can you believe I just sold mine? I don't know why I did, guess because we weren't using it much. And now I want it back, lol!
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Can you believe I just sold mine? I don't know why I did, guess because we weren't using it much. And now I want it back, lol!</div>
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Isn't that the way!?! LOL. I was going to say Bummis pull ons. We never had a problem with leaks with those. I, too, am surprised to hear about the others leaking as I had not before. That just shows what works for one doesn't work for all. KWIM?
 

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Try the Especially for Baby nylon pants from Babies R Us. I have never had a leak with those, even overnight. Well, except when we need to move up a size.<br><br>
They are $3.99 per two pack and if you live within driving distance of a BRU, easy to get.
 
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