N.H. asks from Ellicott City, MD on December 05, 2009
Seeking a Recommendation for Generic Diapers
I'm considering switching to generic brand diapers for my stage 3 toddler. I recently started using Huggies overnights diapers for bedtime so I no longer feel the need for name brand daytime diapers. Which store has the best generic brand diapers...Target? Walmart? Babies R Us?...any others?
N.H. answers from Washington DC on January 07, 2010
Try Wal-greens brand, I switched to them for nights when I started potty training my daughter and I love them.
K.P. answers from Washington DC on December 06, 2009
I found most of the generics to be the same diaper, just in different packaging. I loved BJ's brand, because of the large quantity--so I wasn't always having to run out and buy them--and the lower cost.
My 8 year old did a science project with 4 different brands of diapers, all the same size and the BJ's brand held the most liquid. It was lots of fun for him to do!
C.A. answers from Washington DC on December 06, 2009
I do the same thing with my little one - Huggies overnight for nighttime and I use Target brand for day - never a problem and so much cheaper!
P.W. answers from Washington DC on December 09, 2009
I agree with Jules. Coscto (Kirland brand) diapers are superb and the wipes are great (good size and they are sturdy yet soft).
J.D. answers from Washington DC on December 06, 2009
I can't recommend store brand at BJ's and Costco enough. Also, they have the best wipes as well. I have twins and we bought diapers and wipes by the case and ended up with memberships at both Bj's and Costco. We tried every store brand on the market and their store brands worked wonderfully. Plus, their wipes were more fabric like than all the name brands...the boys are 7 and we still keep those wipes handy.