The history of Pampers started when P&G researcher Victor Mills hated changing his grandchild’s cloth diapers. He asked fellow researchers to make a better disposable diaper. By 1961, the world famous Pampers was born. By 1960s, the diapers were available in drug stores, super markets and even department stores. The only downside was retailers don’t know where to put Pampers. By 1970s, the brand equipped the diapers with a tape instead of a pin. Today, the brand is well-recognized by moms and dads all over the world. Their product line includes a variety of disposable diapers so parents can find the perfect fit for their kid. Aside from diapers, Pampers expanded to baby wipes as well. Pampers assures that all of their items are safe and quality.