- why ?
- cloth diapers
- diaper inserts
- change mats
Re-usable nappy liners that are 50% bamboo and 50% viscose. They come 5 in a pack, each a different colour. Will fit any cloth diaper.
The joy you get from using cloth diapers and saving thousands of dollars is slightly lessened when you have to scrub poop off a cloth insert before throwing it in the washer.
Thank goodness you have the services of 2 unemployable aerospace engineers who readily spend time trying to solve your poop related quandaries.
With our amazing Bamboo Stay-Dry Liners cleaning poop will actually become enjoyable. I understand the gravity of that statement- cleaning poop and enjoyable haven’t been used in the same sentence before in recorded human history, but allow me to justify it:
Bamboo Goodness: Our re-usable nappy liners are made of 50% Bamboo Viscose and 50% Wicking Polyester Mesh.
Natural: The soft bamboo absorbs liquid readily and is soft against the baby’s delicate skin. Bamboo is also naturally deodorizing, anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic.
What the Wick? The wicking polyester mesh diffuses moisture in the cloth diaper below and wicks the wetness away.
Increase Absorbency: You increase the overall absorbency of your cloth diaper when you use our bamboo liners as the moisture is spread-out over a larger area making it easier for the fabric to absorb.
Reduce Leaking: More absorption; less leakage.
Just the Right Size: Each bamboo liner measures 12 in x 5 in (30 cm x 13 cm) and will fit in any cloth diaper.
Lightweight: Unlike fleece liners that add bulk to a diaper, our liners are lightweight and won’t weigh down a diaper.
Travels in Packs: Our bamboo nappy liners come 5 in a pack and each liner is a different color.
Made in Canada: These re-usable nappy liners are made in Toronto, Ontario.
I was hesitant to try liners - it seems there were so many other things to worry about when diapering my little one that I didn't want to add another. However, after reading the description for these stay dry liners, and how inexpensive they were, I decided to give them a whirl. They actually did a pretty good job! Although the "poo" doesn't slide off as easy as I thought it would, my little one is not yet on solids (breastmilk only) so I'm thinking I'll be able to see a bigger difference in that area when things "firm up" a bit. I do love these liners, however, because they are easier to clean then rinsing off the inserts themselves. They're smaller and save stains from my liners that are light colored. So that in themselves is well worth the money! In addition, they are very smooth to the touch and hopefully, very comfortable for my little one. I would recommend these liners! Nicole Todd on 11th Aug 2014