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Flushable liners

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Flushable liners

Postby sim » Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:15 am

I'm thinking of using some flushable liners with L for a while - we are in that horrid sticky disgusting weaning but not quite solid poo stage and they are impossible to get off the fleece liners but too awful to just throw in the washing! :puke:

Any brands you've tried and would recommend?

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Re: Flushable liners

Postby WLss » Wed Dec 18, 2013 12:39 pm

sim wrote:I'm thinking of using some flushable liners with L for a while - we are in that horrid sticky disgusting weaning but not quite solid poo stage and they are impossible to get off the fleece liners but too awful to just throw in the washing! :puke:

Any brands you've tried and would recommend?


pop-ins and bambino mio are quite good--they wick moist away from babies' bottoms effectively.

I have also tried tots bots, it is softer but once wet just stick to the bottom, making little bum really wet and red, so i used it to sneeze...

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Re: Flushable liners

Postby ems101 » Wed Dec 18, 2013 1:08 pm

Nature babies and totsbots seem fine. Tgey do stick to boy bots but not had too nuch nappy rash

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Re: Flushable liners

Postby Little Pants » Wed Dec 18, 2013 10:26 pm

Popolini Popli liners are really nice. A good size, soft and wash several times if they've only been wet


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