GoodNites

GoodNites (Formerly Huggies Goodnites or Pull ups Goodnites) (Known as DryNites in the UK, its commonwealth realms, and some other countries) are used as a way of managing bedwetting. GoodNites are absorbent disposable underpants manufactured by Kimberly-Clark (makers of Huggies diapers and Depend Briefs,) and are designed for children who experience bedwetting.

GoodNites are very similar to Kimberly-Clark's Pull-Ups product, GoodNites are not as absorbent as regular diapers, and are not recommended for moderate to heavy wetters. They are intended for use for children from four up through fifteen years of age.

As of 2004, GoodNites feature both cosmetic and functional gender-specific distinctions. GoodNites for girls are most absorbent in the middle, while GoodNites for boys are most absorbent in the front. At present, GoodNites for girls feature prints consisting of butterflies and hearts or butterflies and monkeys, and GoodNites for Boys feature choppers and trucks or choppers and skateboarders depending on the size. Like the 2010 re-designs, the current release features two different prints per package. The chart below depicts previous designs corresponding with the year they were first introduced.

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
GoodNites for Girls Flowers Butterflies Pixie fairies Ballerinas Butterflies and Flowers Fuchsia butterflies and turquoise flowers Butterflies (all sizes) and Flowers (Small-Medium) or Hearts (Large-XL) Butterflies (all sizes) and Monkeys (Small-Medium) or Hearts (Large-XL)
GoodNites for Boys BMX Bicycles ATVs Dragsters Soccer Players BMX Bicycles Race cars Dirt Bikes (all sizes) and Sharks (Small-Medium) or Karate (Large-XL) Choppers (all sizes) and Trucks (Small-Medium) or Skateboarders (Large-XL)

The latest version of GoodNites feature a colored interior waistband and faux-exterior waistband. The interior waistband is colored white, and the faux-exterior waistband is colored blue for the boys version, while the interior waistband and faux-exterior waistband are both colored pink for the girls version.

Kimberly Clark currently markets 2 types, each available in 2 sizes: Small/Medium (38-65 lbs) corresponding to a clothing size of 4–8, and Large/X–Large (60-125+ lbs) corresponding to a clothing size of 8–14.

Read more about GoodNites:  GoodNites Bed Mats, Competition

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