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Talk to me about...disposable liners

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Chooky
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Re: Talk to me about...disposable liners

Postby Chooky » Mon Jun 28, 2010 10:51 am

Velvetsteph wrote:We love the boots liners but they are very very thin and wouldn't really stop the nasty nappy chemicals coming into contact with skin as they're not stay dry...

Could you not just use fleece liners? They're pretty easy to clean by dunking in the loo...


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The disposable liners i have used hold the wet against DD's skin so i would be worried the chemicals would come through anyway IYGWIM . So i would be tempted to try fleece liners and just chuck them if they were yuck to wash.

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chocmuffin
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Re: Talk to me about...disposable liners

Postby chocmuffin » Tue Jun 29, 2010 2:58 pm

:idea: I've just found some Little green earthlets liners here on sale & they don't charge for P&P!
http://softbots.co.uk/products/Little-G ... iners.html

& she is a WAHM :lol:

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tiyuricc
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Re: Talk to me about...disposable liners

Postby tiyuricc » Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:19 pm

I have some flushable ones - they're alright, used them all through for Oscar, but having now tried minkee on clara there's no turning back. I've got tons leftover unused, and tons more that were just wet and so were washed. If you want any, you're welcome to them FFP, PM me

ETA: mine are imse vimse brand. i doubt i've still got the outer packaging, but I'm certain that's what they are. some in baby size, some in toddler size, but to be honest the small ones worked right through to potty training for us.

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rachymoo
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Re: Talk to me about...disposable liners

Postby rachymoo » Tue Jun 29, 2010 3:38 pm

I've never bothered with flushable/disposable liners, we've always just used fleece here as they're really easy to clean etc x

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katyt
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Re: Talk to me about...disposable liners

Postby katyt » Thu Jul 01, 2010 4:26 pm

I have mothercare ones but don't like them too much. They're quite papery and scratchy xx

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rhiannon
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Re: Talk to me about...disposable liners

Postby rhiannon » Fri Jul 02, 2010 4:33 pm

I don't like disposable liners most of them are mega scratchy -I'd do the cut up an old fleece blanket thing personally it would be more comfortable

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