If you’ve read my Diaper Ranking post, you may recall that I listed the MoliCare Super Plus as my #1 favorite diaper, but the Prevail Air as a close #2. There were two reasons I ranked the Prevail below the MoliCare: (1) I was only on my first-ever pack of the Prevail and (2) the MoliCare has leak guards while the Prevail doesn’t.
Last night, I decided to wear a MoliCare Super Plus to bed. I hadn’t worn one for weeks, maybe months. Almost immediately after I put it on, I realized it wasn’t my #1 favorite diaper anymore. Since then, I have only become more certain of that realization.
Here’s how the Prevail Air beats the MoliCare in my mind:
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When I first started wearing diapers, all I had access to were what I call drugstore diapers. I’m talking about the ones you can buy in America at drugstore chains like CVS and Walgreens. This category also includes the diapers you can buy at grocery stores and dollar stores.
I did a lot of hunting around these stores and their websites in my early years of self-diapering, trying to find the best diaper for the best price. I was a broke teenager when I started, after all. I want to share my findings, in case you’re in a similar situation as I was, where I couldn’t order online and had little money.
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In this post, I will rank my top 5 diapers and explain the ranking of each by referencing others. In future posts, I will review the diapers individually and detail their benefits and drawbacks.
#1: MoliCare Slip Super Plus
#2: Prevail Air Stretchable Briefs
#3: Tranquility ATN
#4: Abena Abri-Flex Premium M3
#5: Abena Abri-Form M4
The MoliCare Slip comes in at #1 for me, barely beating the Prevail, which it does for two main reasons. First, the MoliCare has leak guards, whereas the Prevail does not. Second, I am on my first pack of the Prevails, whereas I have been buying the MoliCares and using them as my primary diaper for around eight months; in other words, I have to consider that I may be on a temporary high with the Prevails.
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