Pull on Cloth DiapersCame across these when I was looking around online and though that it was kind of interesting! These are pull on cloth adult diapers. I am sure that they have been out there for a while but this is the first time I have seen them! Has anyone ever tried these? I have only seen cloth diapers which you fasten yourself and I didn’t know if these are the kind that people are using! This is how the site that I found them on describes them: “Soft woven, 100% pure cotton pull-on adult diapers from Gary®, with their superior absorbency of terry layers in the crotch area, offer maximum protection and discreetness and none of the bulkiness around the hips. Moreover, this pull-on adult flannel diaper is made with comfortable elastic waist and leg bands. It the perfect combination when used with our soft waterproof vinyl plastic bloomers for heavy over night bedwetting.” They sound very nice but I have never tried them!.

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  1. AKbound February 17, 2008 at 6:58 pm - Reply

    Yea, people are finally starting to really push better cloth diapers out there for adults. I have several cloth diapers here and even training pants (wearing now) that I have bought over the last few months. I always thought they were just the cloth diapers and plastic pants out there…until the wife (who’s an AB also) started to order diapers for our sons and found out they make much better stuff out there. Do a search for adult cloth diapers on ebay or so.

    http://stores.ebay.com/luckdragon420

    One of the better sites out there…she makes some amazing products actually!
    Also you can check with some childrens cloth diapers as they make them in adult sizes as well! Complete with cute prints and all!

  2. Chris February 18, 2008 at 8:57 am - Reply

    Hi.I liked you blog.How I came about it I do not know but it is refreshing.I will agree with you attends are the best..but the Gators? LOL just kidding.I am a Bulldog fan myself but I hope you wont hold that against me.Soon I hope to have my own clothing line up and running.Is it true to say you had something to do with getting IAMABDL up and running?If so i could use some help as well.Drop me a line when you can,Thanks,Chris

  3. Keith February 18, 2008 at 10:31 am - Reply

    I have worn the contour pull-on diapers and the velcro contour diapers that http://www.fetware.com sells. They are nice for daytime use but make sure you use pastic pants over them. The booster pads helps extend the wearing but doses add bulk. I still only wear them in the house since it a pain to carry wet diapers in the public.

  4. Goofy February 19, 2008 at 8:56 am - Reply

    Pull on diapers havebeen around for a long time. First ones I found were Babykinz. A few of the UK companies make something similar in terrry, less bulky. NOTE: I wear cloth almost all the time.

  5. Jason June 23, 2011 at 4:17 am - Reply

    I haven’t worn cloth pull-on diapers since I was about 3 yrs old. At the time, they were referred to as training pants. They didn’t come in colours or patterns like what this does.

  6. Jake August 5, 2012 at 1:08 pm - Reply

    I just recently acquired my first cloth pull-on diaper. I tried it on, and I loved it! I’ve yet to wet it or anything. I’m going to buy some more soon, and hopefully, I’ll have enough that I can use them.

  7. Jason September 8, 2013 at 1:57 pm - Reply

    I wish I could say that I’ve worn cloth pull-on diapers. They look like a good thing to wear for light to moderate wettings. Do you have any photos of this cloth pull-on diaper?

  8. Jason September 10, 2013 at 11:20 am - Reply

    Do you have any photos to go with the cloth pull-on diapers? It looks as though you were trying to post a picture with your article, but either you didn’t have a photo, or forgot and just didn’t do it.

  9. Jason September 29, 2013 at 1:25 pm - Reply

    I do like the idea of cloth pull-on diapers. I’d wear pull-on cloth diapers any day rather than the disposable pull-on diapers you see in stores. Between being able to wash and use them again, and the general comfort of cloth diapers, I’d prefer them. If only they were available in stores rather than online.

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