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Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

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Mungo
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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby Mungo » Tue Aug 16, 2011 7:44 pm

Another vote for fleece :-D

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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby Robins_Mummy » Tue Aug 16, 2011 7:44 pm

Thanks for all the answers :thumbsup:
So for exclusively breastfed poo, are liners needed/useful, or..?

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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby confusinglady » Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:29 pm

Hello :wave:
What nappies are you going for?
I find fleece liners are a fab stay dry liner. I used to feel the fleece and think dd hadn t wee d and then realise the nappy was really wet. Some have built in stay dry layers so you don t need it for those eg pocket nappies or ittis.
I found paper liners caused mine nappy rash as they just cling to their bottom. It can be useful to just chuck the poo but poo never stays neatly on the liner!
Fleece liners you just have to use the loo to flush the poo off , just remember to hold on! :hohoho:

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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby Robins_Mummy » Tue Aug 16, 2011 9:31 pm

Nic_1 wrote:Hello :wave:
What nappies are you going for?
I find fleece liners are a fab stay dry liner. I used to feel the fleece and think dd hadn t wee d and then realise the nappy was really wet. Some have built in stay dry layers so you don t need it for those eg pocket nappies or ittis.
I found paper liners caused mine nappy rash as they just cling to their bottom. It can be useful to just chuck the poo but poo never stays neatly on the liner!
Fleece liners you just have to use the loo to flush the poo off , just remember to hold on! :hohoho:

I'm using a mix, at the mo I have some pockets, and some AIO/SIO .

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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby zippie-purple-monkey » Tue Aug 16, 2011 10:29 pm

I now use little lamb paper liners which are really soft. Used fleece and minkee, but with the fruit poo plosions my two do, cleaning was a nightmare. Highly recommend them

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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby confusinglady » Wed Aug 17, 2011 6:24 am

Robins_Mummy wrote:
Nic_1 wrote:Hello :wave:
What nappies are you going for?
I find fleece liners are a fab stay dry liner. I used to feel the fleece and think dd hadn t wee d and then realise the nappy was really wet. Some have built in stay dry layers so you don t need it for those eg pocket nappies or ittis.
I found paper liners caused mine nappy rash as they just cling to their bottom. It can be useful to just chuck the poo but poo never stays neatly on the liner!
Fleece liners you just have to use the loo to flush the poo off , just remember to hold on! :hohoho:

I'm using a mix, at the mo I have some pockets, and some AIO/SIO .



I don t use any liners in my pockets or ittis as they have a stay dry layer anyway and that's all I use it for. I Didn t try paper liners in those but as I said them just seem to crunch up and stick to their bum.
I use fleece liners with my prefolds.
Xx

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Re: Disposable or washable liners - pros and cons?

Postby eviesmummy » Wed Aug 17, 2011 6:51 am

Robins_Mummy wrote:Thanks for all the answers :thumbsup:
So for exclusively breastfed poo, are liners needed/useful, or..?


My DD is :bf: and I use liners in my fitted nappies as a stay dry barrier and also to stop bf poo staining the nappies :lol: I don't need to deal with flushing the poo down the loo yet, as the consistency is so runny that it would be a job trying to get it off :lol: so they are just popped in the washing machine on a cold rinse before the proper wash, and that sorts the poo out.

The best fleece liners I have used are the ones from Little Lambs - they don't bobble, haven't stained and are fluffy and soft, whereas the ones Iv'e had from Ebay are already looking a bit grotty. Definately worth paying a bit more and getting ones that will last imo :)

Sadie xx

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