I don't think I could cloth diaper my son without these! I found the poop part of cloth diapering to be rather intimidating, but using these has made my journey much easier and cleaner! Not only have my liners stayed clean and stain free, I also don't have to worry about cleaning up messes when we're out in public.
(Posted on 7/14/2017)
They last a long time and catch the poop. I do not flush them. I put this on top of a fleece liner if we have a blowout my diapers are still protected and I don't need to dunk or spray off my diapers
(Posted on 2/7/2017)
It has taken me forever to get my husband on the CD bandwagon, but these did the trick! They make clean up so much easier (and cleaner). I didn't realize how much we really appreciated them until we ran out! I won't let that happen again. I would recommend these to anyone who wanted to start cloth diapering.
(Posted on 11/7/2016)
These are good for "on the go." If your little one happens to have a sticky poop when out and about, you don't have to worry about your wetbag reeking of doo doo that's still stuck on the insert or AIO. We don't bother using these at home (fleece liners instead), but these are great for when we are out of the house. High recommend.
(Posted on 6/14/2016)
Love these liners. I don't have a diaper sprayer, and don't have to dunk the diapers in the toilet with these (unless they are SUPER messy). At first I thought there would be a lot of waste with these, but then I figured out I could wash the liners if it was just a pee diaper. I find that I can wash twice and still use them, but if I try to do 3+ washes they seems to fall apart. I also dry my diapers and liners, so maybe if you air dry you could get away with 3+ washes.
These were especially great with the peanut butter poos. They also really help with staining. I highly recommend these for easier cloth diapering!
(Posted on 3/31/2016)
If you are a seasoned vet with cloth or are just starting your journey you will want these liners as part of your daily routine. We started using them as we introduced solids into our daughter's diet (so for us 10 months). They made clean up a breeze. Just lift out the insert, dump the debris and toss the liner in the trash. We are fans of rinsing diapers before tossing them into the pail; however, you do not need to that when using the liner. As a bonus the liner can be used with cloth diaper safe rash creams (or any creams if you are not a fan of resale- staining will happen with non-recommended creams, and that may hurt the resale value of your diaper), which will help to keep the cream off the diaper.
These are a great investment and you will be glad that you bought them.
(Posted on 2/17/2016)
Ever since my son started eating solids, we have been using these liners for every diaper change. They work great at catching the poop and make it easy to keep my diapers clean without needing to spray or dunk and swish!
(Posted on 1/13/2016)
We didn't love these at our house. It wasn't really an issue of the product quality, as they were super durable, but still easy to fit to the diaper, just that timing the use of a liner for poop was not easy, and using one every change seemed excessive. If you like the idea of liners, I'm sure these are a great choice, but they seemed unnecessary to me.
(Posted on 11/26/2015)
These are really great for a quick cleanup. I tend to only use them around the time of day that my son poops. I've had them for along time and still haven't made a dent in the roll. I would definitely recommend this product.
(Posted on 11/25/2015)
These were wonderful, when we could set a clock by when my little one would poo. Now I find they sit in the back of the drawer waiting to be used. But we found a new, and wonderful, use for them! Little one got a rash that needed a little more heavy duty cream and theses kept all the diapers safe! Yay! Love these!
(Posted on 10/27/2015)
These things. They are just AWESOME. They are especially great for when your child has peanut butter poop. You know that stuff that clings to the diaper for dear life? You just lift this up, toss it in the toilet and flush. It even reduces the staining on the cloth significantly. With this you don't have to spray the diaper down! I don't know that I could cloth diaper without them!!
(Posted on 10/5/2015)