Whistleblower: Diaper debut prompts rash of complaints

  • Article by: JAMES ELI SHIFFER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 30, 2010 - 6:20 AM

Pampers defends "Dry Max'' as parents vent online over leaks, blow-outs and, more ominously, red bottoms.

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kevinl23Apr. 29, 10 8:53 PM

That headline has got to be a new low.

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stanbobApr. 29, 10 9:05 PM

Pretty sh*^^y story.

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stupid123Apr. 29, 10 9:16 PM

I always liked Pampers, until a year or so ago when they started changing them to a rougher, less-absorbent style. They also put fewer diapers in the packages and raised the prices. When I heard they were going to start marketing these crap diapers as "new and improved," I quit. I switched to cloth and now wish I'd done it long ago. Not one diaper rash in 4 months, after several bouts with it in disposables.

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samo45Apr. 29, 10 9:27 PM

The . . run of bad luck for the Tea Partiers continues.

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bluedognorthApr. 29, 10 9:27 PM

Seemed more Enviro-Friendly. As a dad I never minded changing or washing diapers. Just cute little kids.

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elementxApr. 29, 10 9:46 PM

I love the headline. Sort of thing reminds me of when I read BBC online news. Very clever! A+

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onehdeagleApr. 29, 1010:04 PM

How many more years is cute little Briget, going to be screaming on the changing table, before her mother quits complaining, and potty trains her.

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Thumper5316Apr. 29, 1010:05 PM

Try changing the diapers every now and then instead of leaving them on for so long. Also, why not try a regular cloth diaper. Better for the environment and for the little ones bottoms!

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shadowdancinApr. 29, 1010:06 PM

Used Pampers once on my daughter 33 years ago she broke out in a rash, never bought another Pamper, used Johnson & Johnson and Sears brand.

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SeppukuApr. 29, 1010:08 PM

did i miss something because i don't get that comment at all? whats tea party got to do with this?

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