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Hello @Steelm, and welcome to the wonderful world of diapers.

GrimmRetails has shared some great advice, so not sure if this will be of any interest, but wanted to also share some thoughts.

Are you looking to just mess and then immediately take it off, or do you foresee yourself wanting to spend some time in it, and perhaps wet it etc. I only ask as there are so many different products out there. For just messing, even adult pull-ups should work. Do your business, remove, dispose, and clean yourself off. Lovely. 
 

If you want more serious protection, the tabbed (tape-on) diapers are going to be a better bet. They hold more, fit more snug, and are generally more absorbent. The store brands are fine for a quick use, but if you want more protection, you will want to consider other brands. 
 

It gets more complicated.. do you care for playful, colourful patterns, or do you just want a simple, plain diaper? Do you want a fabric-backed (more quiet), or plastic-backed (more crinkly) product? People usually have their preference. 
 

I don’t wear the colourful (ABDL) diapers, so can’t give much advice there. I stick to what the community would refer to as ‘medical’ diapers… usually just plain white with minor graphics on them. Some quite absorbent ones to consider:

-Abena Abri Form 

-NorthShore Supreme Briefs

-BetterDry Brief


good luck and have fun!

andrew

 

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Every grocery and department store has a section for incontinence products. I don't know what your financial situation is like but your first diapers are not going to be the expensive ones and you're going to do a bit of trial and error. 

Your best bet is a place like Target, Walmart, or whatever your local equivalent of those stores are. CVS and other drug stores are also the best place. You can expect to pay anywhere between fifteen to 25 dollars for a package of adult briefs (tab style diapers, which is what you want) Don't worry about "looks" from the cashier. No one cares and it's no one's business. 

I'm happy to answer any other questions you might have. 

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