Discovering these liners has freed us from needing to scrape poop out of cloth diapers, and keeps our diapers much cleaner and less prone to stains. The roll lasts a long time, they are very sturdy and also soft. I would recommend this product to anyone interested in cloth diapering. Our son attends day care and the providers often comment on how clean and user-friendly his diapers are!
(Posted on 9/2/2015)
We love these liners! My little guy is still EBF at the moment, but we have been using the liners for our battle with diaper rash. I am sure that once solids start we are going to love these even more. Also love the fact that you get 200 for only $10!
(Posted on 8/14/2015)
I use these on days where I really can't deal with dunk/swish or spraying, and they mostly do their job. They do tend to bunch and are not very soft, and they work better if you can tuck them around an insert/prefold.
(Posted on 6/30/2015)
These are the only liners I've tried, but they seem to be a great value! They are large and pretty soft against baby's bum. I don't have a diaper sprayer or utility sink for rinsing but with these liners it hasn't been a big deal at all. I even throw them in the wash with my dipes (if peed on only) and am able to get two uses per liner that way (as long as they don't get thrown in the dryer).
(Posted on 6/19/2015)
When this product stays in place, it works great. My LO just turned 2 and weighs 47 lbs. I struggle to find cloth diapers large enough for him, and although these sheets are a nice size, it is still difficult to get them to stay in place in his XL diapers. He tends to squirm them out of place. But, in place, they are very effective. Would buy again for a second child.
(Posted on 4/22/2015)
I was hesitant about using cloth diapers, but when I learned that I could manage the solid mess easily with these liners I was less apprehensive. They are truly remarkable! They contain the solid mess and you can just toss the liner In the toilet (I let them sit for a while first). Makes cleaning a diaper so easy. Fantastic idea and economical too. If they are just wet from urine, I throw them in the wash and reuse them.
(Posted on 4/17/2015)
I love the convenience of these liners. We previously used liners that were stacked in a box, and would often pull out multiples at a time. These are easy to tear off the sheet, and can be cut in half for smaller babies to get even more out of them!
(Posted on 3/27/2015)
We purchased these liners back when we first ordered our cloth diaper stash. Now that our LO is eating solid foods and we can't just wash out poops in the washing machine, these have proven to be well worth it! We simply lay one inside the diaper each time we change her, and we can just drop the solids right into the toilet or trash can - no need for the sprayer we had heard so much about.
We have been lucky enough to avoid diaper rash since using cloth, but know that these will also protect our CD stash if we do ever need to use anything.
As a new CD parent, I will certainly suggest that others give these a try!
(Posted on 3/17/2015)
It should be noted that these are not great for use on babies who are primarily breastfed. The reason for this being is that BF babies have poop that has a consistency of pudding that has been slightly watered down; it goes everywhere. While you can use the bioliner, I would not recommend it as it is a waste of money since you are still needed to wash out the soaker pad.
However, buy these, buy these NOW! You will want them when you start solids. These are great for keeping poop off the actual soaker pad allowing for easier clean up. The bioliner catcher the poop and allows the urine to pass through to the pad. They help to limit how often you will need to use your diaper sprayer.
We know, for the most part, are LO's poop schedule so for us a liner goes into her night diaper for easy morning clean up.
(Posted on 2/26/2015)
We've been cloth diapering for 5.5 years and have been using these liners for about 5 of them. Up until this last roll that we just purchased, we've loved them. This new roll has VERY, VERY thin liners, much lower quality than all of our previous rolls. It feels like we're going to pull them apart just trying to tear the perforation on the roll. They're also not as good at separating the solids from the diaper. Overall, I like the idea and hope that we just got a crappy roll and the next ones are better. If not, we'll be switching brands.
(Posted on 1/2/2015)
Don't use these all the time but work for if I need them. They feel like a disposable fabric for softness and seem to work if needed. Wouldn't use on a daily basis since it seems like more fuss and just as much work. Babe is 2yr old.
(Posted on 12/30/2014)
Although I do not use these daily, when needed they offer ease of clean up with cloth diapers. They are a bit oversized for my diapering needs, but easily fold for a nice fit. They have come in handy for a barrier between prescription diaper cream and the cloth diaper.
(Posted on 12/27/2014)
They do exactly what they are supposed to. It's even cheaper here than on Amazon. :) I tend to fold mine to avoid it from sticking out the diaper. Worked fantastic on the Peanut butter poops.
(Posted on 11/6/2014)
Now that my baby eats (and digests, ughhh) solids, we needed to use liners, especially for daycare. These work great for us. We use them all of the time and keep reusing until she has a poop. We've had no trouble flushing them.
(Posted on 10/6/2014)
These were great for when we started solids. I wash the ones that are just wet and not soiled and then reuse them 1 or 2 times until they are soiled or starting to thin too much. I think these are a better value than some of the other brands, and they have worked really well for us.
(Posted on 9/16/2014)
I threw these in my cart when ordering my first cloth diapers cause I knew at some point I would need them. We hadn't started solids yet, and my daughters breastfed poo was still, well, breastfed poo consistency. I had hear the horror stories though about once they start solids. And man, after that first poo thats thicker and smells worse I was so glad I had thought ahead and bought these! They do bunch up, especially if you have a full time mover like me. But it's better than them not being there at all. For how cheap it is, I would say it's totally worth it to buy a roll and see if they work for you.
(Posted on 9/7/2014)
These are amazing! They usually catch at least 90% of the poops and make it such that there is little need to spray out our diapers before tossing them in the pail. These are also the most cost effective disposable liners because they have twice as many on a roll as other brands. If we put them in the diaper and it's only a pee diaper, we can throw it in the wash and reuse it. They aren't necessary for the EBF stage, but after that they're a life saver!
(Posted on 9/3/2014)