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Close-parent pop-ins: do I need a liner?

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Robins_Mummy
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Close-parent pop-ins: do I need a liner?

Postby Robins_Mummy » Tue Oct 18, 2011 4:44 pm

I mostly use pockets, so don't use a liner, but I have some close-parent bamboo nappies, which don't have the layer on top, so the wet bamboo booster is right next to my LO's skin: do I need to use some sort of liner, or is it alright?

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Jellybelly6
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Re: Close-parent pop-ins: do I need a liner?

Postby Jellybelly6 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 5:50 pm

I use the lovely Little Lamb fleece liners with pop-in nappies. Good for catching the poo and nice and soft. I have occasionally not put one in and LOs skin is ok but I do prefer to use them.

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Re: Close-parent pop-ins: do I need a liner?

Postby Asta » Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:03 pm

in the bamboo ones you do if you want a stay dry layer.

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docmaggoo
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Re: Close-parent pop-ins: do I need a liner?

Postby docmaggoo » Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:54 pm

With James I always needed a fleece liner because he didn't like them without, would be very unhapy with even just a slightly damp napy.
Eleanor hasn't been bothered, and her bottom has been perfectly fine without any liners.
Im only using lace spun liners at the moment as she;s early into weaning and its easier to manage the poops until they solid out iykwim!


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