The 7 Best Adult Cloth Diapers

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in October of 2018. Suffering from incontinence doesn't have to mean giving up one's dignity. Whether you're an elderly individual, someone struggling with a chronic condition, or a special needs adult who worries about soiling yourself, these diapers will give you the confidence you deserve to continue regular activities. We've found a range of designs and absorbency strengths to address each kind of bathroom issue. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Rearz Omutsu

2. Protechdry Boxer Brief

3. Rearz Prefold

Editor's Notes

February 04, 2021:

We understand that adults who require diapers or incontinent underwear generally want options that are discreet under clothing, and also ones that don't have any childish designs. Perfect examples of this are the Protechdry Boxer Brief and Carer Men's Incontinence Briefs, both of which look just like normal underwear. Of course, these two options are only for men. Unfortunately, we couldn't find any good reusable cloth models for women that look similar to regular panties, however there are some great recommendations like that in the disposable variety. Those who prefer a more classic diaper look and feel, will want to look to the Rearz Omutsu, Rearz Prefold, Sigzagor Nappy, and Baby Pants Prefold, all of which are good for men and women.

October 25, 2018:

We focused heavily on finding diapers that users find to be comfortable and unobtrusive since we know it's important to those with incontinence to feel unhindered by their undergarments. We included models with a variety of enclosure systems, so you'll find ones that are easy to take off with one hand, some that are made with caretakers in mind, and those that are secure enough that the wearer can remain quite active.

4. Carer Men's Incontinence Briefs

5. Sigzagor Nappy

6. AGTLLC Reusable Briefs

7. Baby Pants Prefold

Brett Dvoretz
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