Why do only newborn diapers have the pee stripe wetness indicator?

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asked Feb 12 in Baby/Newborn by Eest (280 points)
Why do only newborn diapers have the pee stripe wetness indicator?

Why don't other sizes of disposable diapers have wetness indicators on them and not just the newborn size diapers?

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answered Feb 12 by Jodie (19,050 points)
Only newborn diapers have the wetness indicators because the wetness indicator really isn't needed on the larger size diapers once your baby is no longer a newborn.

Newborn's need their diapers changed more often when they wet their diaper and newborns wet more often than toddlers and older babies.

Parents like the wetness indicators on the newborn diapers so they can easily tell when it's time to change a diaper.

With an older baby or toddler they can go longer between diaper changes. And the parents can usually time when they need a diaper change like every 2 to 3 hours is good for changing an older baby or toddlers diaper.
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answered Feb 13 by Cicero (1,170 points)
The Pampers Premium care diapers have the wetness indicator on their diapers even in the larger sizes so some disposable diapers do have the wetness indicator on other diaper sizes for older babies and toddlers and not just the newborns.

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