Super Undies Bedwetting Nighttime Underwear Size 4 (Xxl), Bat Boy (Dark Blue) By Super Undies
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The Mother Ease Bedwetter Pants Pros: They seem to hold more liquid than the Super Undies, and they have never leaked yet. They seem easier for my daughter to put on independently. The cotton liner is attached at both the front and the back, which keeps it in place while she pulls them up. They can be turned inside out and the liner hangs free of the water proof cover for quicker drying.
The Mother Ease Bedwetter Pants Cons: They take slightly longer to dry, and are not as cute as the Super Undies.
The Super Undies Pros: They are cuter than the Mother Ease Bedwetter Pants, and fit more snuggly. The Super Undies have a liner to help reduce the sensation of being wet, which is nice. They seem to dry a little faster than the Mother Ease Bedwetter Pants.
The Super Undies Cons: I am sure that their snug fit is intended to prevent leaks, but it makes it harder for my daughter to pull them up herself, because she has mild cerebral palsy. They have leaked a couple of times, and I think in order to use them, I will have to add additional liners to increase the absorbency. The absorbent liner that comes with it is attached at the front only. That is so you can double it in the front for boys, or leave it flat for girls. If you have a boy this may be a nice benefit, but for us it just means the liner tends to bunch up in the back when she tries to pull them up, and I have to help her get the liner situated.
I think I prefer the Mother Ease brand, but either kind is usable and in the end they will pay for themselves. I hope you find this information helpful.
Super Undies started out the favorite. They are cute, soft, and comfortable, and less bulky. If you're using a bedwetting alarm that attaches to the undies, you can place the sensor inside and change only the undies when your child wakes to the alarm.
Super Undies cons: If you enjoy matching socks, this ones for you. After washing you need to gather the desired number of liners (2-3 to come close to Mother-Ease absorbency.) and place them in the undies. Not a big deal unless you're doing the laundry for 5 people (including a bedwetter or two!) My son needs help to get them on and keep the liners in place, otherwise they'll be bunched up or sticking out the leg-whole. They leak. Those soft comfortable fleece sides, or maybe the seams where it's sewn in are the weakest link. We always have wet pajamas and sheets when we use these overnight. (yes, following proper washing instructions, no fabric softeners blah blah blah,)They help, but don't get the job done completely. They seem more like a day-time training pant and now stay in the back of the drawer, only to be used when there's no other option and in combination with a sheet-saver pad.
Mother-Ease: Everything is sewn in place. When you pull them out of the laundry, just turn them right-side-out and they're ready to go. They work as well as or better than disposable overnight pants, and wash nicely. Bottom line: We have dry pajamas and sheets with these.
Mother-Ease cons: They are not cute, they're bulky, and plain white. So if you'd take cute over dry and comfortable, then go with cute and enjoy the extra laundry. If you don't care if your kid looks like a 70's baby, and just that they stay dry enough to get everyone a good nights sleep with less laundry, these are for you. In fact they work so well my kids think its a good reason to sleep in places other than their own beds. "Mom can I sleep _______? I'm wearing the white ones."