Pampers-Team 08/02/2019 - 10:15

The nappy's wetness indicator

Thousands of Squaddies have participated in our Squad projects already and have shared their valuable experiences. Many have mentioned the wetness indicator in almost every Squad Project.

The wetness indicator on Pampers Pure nappies


For example, Squaddie Teambaby mentioned during the Pampers Nappy Pants project:

[...] Everyone must try them and with their "compact-ness" and wetness indicator are the best brand we have used for not only quality but peace of mind [...]

Squaddie Paggyp commented during the Pampers Premium Protection project:

[...] They hold well, are soft and comfy for baby. Love the wetness indicator. [...]

Finally, Squaddie airabonita shared her impressions during her participation in the Pampers Pure Project:

[...] Also, great job keeping the moisture indicator strip on these - they're priceless help for this household of first-time parents!

Share your personal experiences

Wetness Indicator

What do you make of the wetness indicator on Pampers nappies?

I love it, it's very helpful

924 participants, 92%

I didn't know about it

47 participants, 5%

I don't care about it

35 participants, 3%

@all: What are your personal thoughts about the wetness indicator of the Pampers nappies?

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285 Comments

AmberF385 • 08/02/2019 - 21:39

I just love pampers nappies/nappy pants all round but the wetness indicator is definitely helpful for those days your rushing and can only do a quick check.

Mummy3019 Verified 08/02/2019 - 22:00

I found the wetness indicator really helpful, especially when my children were very small. At night it’s useful too as after a night feed you don’t want to be waking them up by changing them unless it’s necessary!!

Adzitsu Verified 08/02/2019 - 22:02

Reason why I said I don’t care about because my LG is now 18.5 months and I don’t need that wetness indicator now. When she was a newborn and months when she wasn’t walking that was so helpful and the best thing what could be in the nappies ☺️

Missbright2018 • 08/02/2019 - 22:10

I love love love it! I found it extremely helpful in the evenings when my daughter woke for her night feeds,knowing if to change her or not.

ArieLannister • 08/02/2019 - 22:17

Both myself and especially my partner have found it so useful we have a child who had very sensitive skin so would be crying for a nappy change when other babies wouldn’t have cared. We tried other nappies to make sure it wasn’t a sensitivity to the brand but no it was because she wanted to be changed. It’s very rare to have a child like that but to know that she was wet has always been important and I didn’t like to keep putting my hand on the nappy to check if it was indeed wet.

Ellie-j Verified 11/02/2019 - 14:51

@ArieLannister: Thank you for sharing your experiences. The Pampers Team reads our comments and really appreciates your views. Make sure you share online using the links at the bottom of this post and let your friends and followers know how helpful the wetess indicator has been, using the #PampersSquad

fluffyblonde Verified 08/02/2019 - 23:03

I have two beautiful grandchildren who use pampers, the wetness indicator is fabulous for being sure that a nappy change is needed on the go.

LittleMy Verified 08/02/2019 - 23:10

The wetness indicator is great for knowing when it change a nappy!!

LittleRed Verified 08/02/2019 - 23:22

Love the wetness indicator so helpful for a first time mum. Sad when i had to start using the bigger size nappies which don't have it.

HappyBee Verified 08/02/2019 - 23:26

The wetness indicator is a fab idea. I didn’t know about it at first, but once I found out it’s great when you’re in a hurry and need to do a quick check. It’s not as easy to know if they are wet, compared to the ‘whiff’ test! 😂
That said, Pampers keep my little girl dry even when she has done a little wee, so all in all Pampers are the best all rounder! 😍

Safeena • 08/02/2019 - 23:26

Happy to see the indictor.

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