I don’t know about you all but it is HOT where I live. I’m not talking about just a little warm I’m talking about scorching, miserably hot!

Every year when summer rolls around I am remind why I do not live further south. As much as I love going to the beach from time to time, being diapered in the summer can often be tough.

A diaper can add some heat (and sweatiness) but it is still always enjoyable! I often get questions about how I wear diapers during the summer comfortably and thankfully over the years I’ve learned a few tips and tricks to help!


Wear Breathable Clothing

If you go out in your diaper and jeans it’s going to be hot and sweaty! I find that the best thing to wear (which might not apply to many of the men reading) is light dresses. This allows some breeze to still get in and it’s light and comfortable.

I’m no expert in men’s clothing but trying finding some shorts that are a more breathable fabric them denim. Also, if you buy them a bit bigger than your normal size this will allow a little bit more room for air and help to keep you feeling cooler.


Don’t Forget your Baby Powder

Baby powder is a great tool to keep you dry during the hot summer months! I try to keep a small travel powder in my bag at all times (I find them at Target). I put some on when I first put on my diaper and then sometimes if I need to refresh I can.

Make sure to have some on hand when you are out and need to change too!


Don’t Stay in your Diaper Too Long

During the cooler months I can get away with staying in my diaper a little longer, but during the summer it just adds to to heat and can make things uncomfortable down there. If I need to change my diaper I try not wait too long and often end up changing more than I would normally.

This can help keep you feeling dryer, more comfortable, and avoid chaffing or diaper rash. Trust me when I say neither of those is fun (during any season)!


Air it Out When you Can

When I get home after work or when I’ve been out and about I try to take off my pants when I get home and just hang out in my diaper. Not only does this feel wonderful but it helps to cool me down! I honestly don’t think there is any better feeling at the end of a long hot day!

If you have an opportunity to take air out for a little while – do it! Pants are overrated anyways! 😉


Don’t Put Your Diaper on Too Tight

If you are someone who likes to wear your diaper super tight – loosen up a little (see what I did there!?) The tighter your diaper the more uncomfortable it will get when you begin to sweat. During the summer I try to leave a little extra room when I put on my diaper to allow some air to get in and to make it more comfortable.


Summer can be HOT but don’t make it uncomfortable – use the simple tips above and you’ll be happy, diapered, and enjoying the hot summer months!

By |2017-07-17T23:46:03+00:00July 17th, 2017|ABDL, Diapers in Public|16 Comments


  1. Shauna July 17, 2017 at 11:52 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the tips!!!

  2. Brenden July 18, 2017 at 2:29 am - Reply

    Thank you wonderful tips .

  3. Diaper_73 July 18, 2017 at 6:38 am - Reply

    I agree. Good ideas.

  4. Pat July 18, 2017 at 11:09 am - Reply

    Hi I’m Pat. I found the ultimate diaper. Never feels like I’m sweating when I put it on, even on the hottest of days. I have been wearing for 7 yrs. Not because I want to, but because of oab that’s caused by bph. I went threw all the name brands first, and since I live in Canada there wasn’t much to choose from. Depends and Tena. Tena super is what I wore for the first 3yrs. Then I found Rearz. They were just starting in adult diapers. They had abena and molicares. That’s when I changed brands. Abena was the next step, but they were noisy, and much more bulky very hard to hide that noise, I did what I could. Great things happen to people that wait. Rearz had told me that they were looking at making diapers. So I waited. I went threw the trials and now. I wear Rearz diapers. The best non sweaty feeling, no matter how hot!!!!

  5. Brooke_85 July 18, 2017 at 2:28 pm - Reply

    Adrian, what do you suggest for bathing suits while being diapered? What have you done?

  6. Mark A Sullivan July 18, 2017 at 3:16 pm - Reply

    Hello.a company called Snap EZ .for a diaper cover that works so well so comfy in all weather.and was doing construction work.i usr the pocket diapers low rize and have them stich the pocket closed .beleave me .i tuck my t shirt into the diaper cover and it stays tucked in .they are so soft..i been useing tjem now for a year.wish i knew then what i know now.its been ovrr35 years now in diapers24/7 /365 so i have learned more . thanka hun for all your wonderful things you pass on to others.

  7. Babybeary89 July 20, 2017 at 9:29 am - Reply

    Do you wear anything else over the top of your diapers to keep them up slightly from sagging a little. Like cotton panties or just wear diapers and nothing over the top.

  8. Ellyn July 26, 2017 at 6:15 pm - Reply

    During the HOT summer months here in Texas, a cloth diaper with PUL plastic pants under a light dress is the most comfortable combo for me! The only thing that comes close (for me) is an Abena cloth back diaper, but still my second choice. though works well under snug fitting shorts and pants.

    • Gay Tacoma Diaper Lover July 26, 2017 at 10:37 pm - Reply

      I’d wear as well if I could. I’ve never been a fan of disposable diapers with plastic pants over them.

    • Pat July 27, 2017 at 11:02 am - Reply

      Talk to Rearz. They send out samples. Ask about their brand of diapers. The last time I wore abena cloth back I got a huge rash, just not breathable. My daily coverings are the exact same for summer and winter. Plastic back Rearz diapers, rubber pants, rubber on inside and cloth like material on the outside, then I wear over top of that a onsie T-shirt with snap crotch.
      I do a lot of bending and kneeling in my job, I do not want anyone to see or hear it. The rubber pants keep it silent and the onsie keeps it conceiled and helps keep it in place when it starts to get heavy.

      • Diaper 73 July 27, 2017 at 2:45 pm - Reply

        Yeah. I’ve never been a fan of cloth backed disposable diapers. I don’t find them as comfortable as cloth diapers, nor do they protect as well. I’d prefer either PUL pants, or cloth diapers and PUL pants.

  9. Randy kelbough August 6, 2017 at 12:20 am - Reply

    Thank you for all your help and tips on how wear adult disposable diapers they sure have been a big help for me thank you Adrian

  10. Randy kelbough August 6, 2017 at 12:20 am - Reply

    Thank you for all your help and tips on how wear adult disposable diapers they sure have been a big help for me thank you Adrian

  11. Randy kelbough August 6, 2017 at 12:27 am - Reply

    Thank you for all your help with wearing adult disposable diapers when it is hot out side when I’m at home I like to just were my diaper and teashirt all your tips and information has sure been a big help for me. Thank you Adrian

  12. chris October 22, 2017 at 4:47 am - Reply

    thank you, now i know what to do, and what not to do.

  13. Littlespace Online May 29, 2018 at 8:54 pm - Reply

    I’m not an adult diaper-wearer but think it’s lovely that other people are wearers. I’ve wondered for awhile how someone might wear a diaper without it becoming “too hot” in the summer heat in some areas so this is a pretty good list for basics, I think. I’ve wondered if something like clothe diapers could potentially help since they can be a little more breathable but I suppose the thickness of the absorbency would counteract that.

    Also, to follow-up on the baby powder idea, there is a line where “too much powder” will inhibit the absorbency of cloth or disposable diapers. So, yes, use it, but don’t pour it on so much that it’s just going to cake around in the diaper!

    Thanks for the advice, nonetheless 🙂 I’ll share it around the community.

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