These great microfleece liners wick moisture away from your baby’s skin and into the absorbent cloth diaper below, creating that “stay dry” sensation. They are super soft and breathable, and especially great for night time comfort.
Fleece liners ensure easy clean-ups as well! Solids will slide off easily and our liners will protect your baby’s diaper from being damaged by creams and ointments. Layer on top of any cloth diaper and add a flushable liner if desired.
These fleece liners are made from Repreve – “more than recycled” polyester! It’s all about giving back … Repreve is a member of 1% For The Planet, an alliance of businesses that donate at least 1% of their annual revenues to environmental organizations worldwide.
5 liners per package. Made in Canada.
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By Elizabeth Not a fan ,
- I'm not a fan at all of these liners. I don't find that they help baby feel any drier. I use them occasionally with a diaper cream that isn't cloth diaper safe, but they're a pain to get clean afterwards. Plus, they're expensive for what they are. For that purpose, I think disposable liners would be a better choice.
By Kathryn Very happy ,
- I love how soft these are. If I see a rash creeping up I put these in our cloth diapers to protect them then use grandma els diaper rash cream works like a charm!
By Fran Great poop protection! ,
- A great alternative to disposable liners, and the stay-dry factor is a huge bonus. I especially use them over natural-fibre inserts to keep my son dry if he's getting a touch rashy. Bit overpriced for what they are at $5 for a pack of 5, but that said, it's really pocket change. Wash well and the poop comes off easily, though stains often still go through to the diaper.
By B Must have for prefolds` ,
- I love my prefold diapers, but sometimes they leave my babies bottoms a tad red. These are the perfect solution. They are so soft and work great. And they are super cheap! It wouldn't hurt to try them out if you haven't yet :)
By sarah great!!! ,
- These liners are great! The poop just slides right off.