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A Poor Adhesive Surface Renders this Booster Pad Inferior,
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This review is from: Depend Boost Inserts, 20 Count (Pack of 6) (Health and Beauty)
I recently purchased some Serenity Tena Heavy Pads at CVS, when I ran out of Depend Boost Inserts. I found that they work much better, because the adhesive sticky surface actually holds the booster pad securely to the adult diaper. Depend Boost inserts separate from the diaper when the patient's adult diaper is changed in the morning. Part of this may be due to the fact that the curved shape of the Serenity Tena product is better. Now that I have located a superior alternative product, I am going to cancel my subscription to Depend Boost Inserts. The folks who manufacture Depend Booster pads need to fix the problem with the adhesive.