Fairprice Pull-up Diaper Pants
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  • What I like about the pull-up pants is that it is easy to wear and even easier to remove
  • I normally get the branded types and they cost about 45 cents a piece

    • by Princess Sarah
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      NTUC has come up with their own in-house collection of disposable baby diapers. At first, they have the normal disposable diaper. Now they have created a new product - the pull-up pants. The pull-up pants is a great diaper to be used when kids are ready to be toilet-trained. It can be used to prevent accidents from happening.

      What I like about the pull-up pants is that it is easy to wear and even easier to remove. For toddlers, putting the pull-up pants


      in public is a breeze. This is especially helpful when there is no proper baby rooms available. Your toddler need to just stand and slide their legs in, to put these pull-up pants on. When taking them off, you simply need to tear the diaper at the seams. Very convenient!

      Tip on putting the pull-up pants: Make sure the upright train design faces the front of the diaper. I was initially confused about this, because other pull-up pants indicate the front with words ...


      • rather than design.

        My baby’s comfort is the most important to me. I always make sure that my baby can move around easily with her diapers and she is kept dry. The soft and stretchy waistband does not cut into the skin and the extra absorbency material used for the diaper makes sure that my baby stays dry at all times. The diaper is also suitable for both boys and girls.

        Being a house brand of product, the price for this pull-up pants

        is very competitive. I normally get the branded types and they cost about 45 cents a piece. With the discounts available at NTUC stores for house brands, each piece of diaper costs less than 40 cents. That is quite a huge savings!

        The diaper comes in the following sizes - M, L and XL. So your toddlers can use them from as early as a few months old until they finally don’t need diapers anymore at age between one and three. A fantastic baby buy!




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