It seams that bambinodiapers.com have start to sell the TotalDry Plus Brief.
Product information about the TotalDry Plus Brief.
The new TotalDry Plus Fitted Briefs are a moderate absorbency diaper but with high quality features usually found only on premium diapers, providing outstanding value at a cost saving price. The design incorporates a fully shaped core with wide coverage in the rear and extra padding in the sides (great for side sleepers). Super absorbent polymer in the core helps capture and contain fluid and odor, while additional inner standing leg gathers provide extra leakage protection. The extra strength nonwoven lining resists tearing, and unlike standard economy diapers, TotalDry Plus Fitted Briefs feature a printed, reinforced frontal landing zone for refastening without tearing the diaper shell, allowing readjustment for optimum comfort and containment not found on any other moderate diaper.
In sum, this is great value in a daytime diaper with more features than any other diaper in its class!.
- Double drum form construction.
- Full size core with wide coverage back and sides (Great for side sleepers).
- Refastenable tape tabs permit readjustment for custom fit.
- Reinforced frontal construction panel for extra strength.
- Extra standing inner leg gathers for security from leakage.
- Ultra-absorbent polymer traps fluid and odor, helping keep skin dry.
- Wetness indicator lets you know when it’s time to change.
- All plastic, all white shell for discreet protection.
- Fitting instructions printed on bag.
You can shop it form this page:
Seams like it is a special diaper and the print on the front look special. Have any one try this TotalDry Plus Brief ? Should be nice if you could make a comment about what you think about this diaper. Should be nice to know how there are.
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