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Eq's High End Diaper Is Not For Us

Reviewing: Eq Dry  |  Rating:
poshpost By poshpost on
Badge: Advisor | Level: 16 | Children & Parenting Expertise:

I have gotten confused with the name game of diapers. Dry is actually the low end of Huggies, but it is the high end of EQ.

Anyway, I bought this EQ Dry because I thought that it performed like Huggies Dry Comfort, which we can use on baby all night long without her fussing at dawn. But such is not the case.

I think EQ Dry is more expensive than EQ Plus just for the very fact that it is has a breathable cover and nothing else. So it is so much like EQ Plus except that this is much cheaper. And since EQ Dry is breathable, I don't like it because it stinks. I don't like stinky bottoms because I would continually smell my baby's butt trying to tell whether she pooped or not. EQ Dry claims that there is 32% less likelihood that the baby will get diaper rash because the breathable cover less friction. It does not really matter in our case because normally, we change our baby's nappies at the very least 3 times. And during nappy changing, I wipe her privates with cotton dipped in water and then wipe the areas off with moistened towel or wipes so she is fresh. Then I would apply either lotion or liquid powde and let it dry. Then I would put on her new diaper.

Anyway, I really like EQ Plus, but I don't like their line of EQ Dry just for the reason that our baby stinks and I can get a similar working diaper at a cheaper price.