Imse Vimse Flushable Liners make a great disposable/flushable liner for your favorite style of cloth diapers. Not recommended for septic systems, Imse Vimse liners are made from a combination of paper pulp and a small percentage of viscose.
Flushable liners can be used between the diaper and the baby's skin, letting moisture pass through to the diaper while preventing solids to soak into the diaper, which will take the mess out of washing your cloth diapers. Just flush away the mess, and spend more time with your baby instead of dunking diapers. These bio-degradable flushable liners are an all natural paper product; they are unbleached and biodegradable.
200 ct pack (7.6 in. X 10.9 in.)
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These liners are nice for solid poop but not that great for sticky or liquidy poop. The liquid poop goes through these which still gets on the diaper. So they're not good if you want to protect your diaper. They work good for solid poop you just lift it out and throw it in the toilet.
One problem I have with these is the size... For the rumparooz you have to fold it almost in half but leave an inch on one side.
For bumgenius you have to fold like 1 inch over. So that's a little bit annoying... They require some prep work.
I have multiple babies in diapers so I have to fold them different ways for different kids and different diapers. Plus they all have different poop so it doesn't work well for everyone.
They claim to be flushable but they clogged my toilet a few times so idk what I'm gonna do about that.
They stick to the bottom of the baby which makes it hard to get it in the center of the diaper and keep it there. They also roll up under the baby when the baby moves around.
(Posted on 12/3/2016)
Someone else said it first - when you're breastfeeding, these aren't necessary, but when you start adding other foods they're great. They are a little stiff but they haven't bothered my girl so far. We'll see!
(Posted on 8/11/2015)
We have been using these liners for 7 years but prefer the toddler size for full diaper coverage. Remember, if you're exclusively breastfeeding you don't have to use the liners bc the poo will wash out like yogurt in the washer. Once you introduce any other food, use the liners to catch that icky poo and transport it to the toilet where you can flush the liner with it!
(Posted on 9/10/2014)
Poor, poor product as far as comfort for the baby wearing them goes. Incredibly scratchy. I'm going back to the GroVia liners instantly. It (Imse) says on the package that it's nearly all plant based material with a little bit of polyester. Fine. But do something to soften it up.
(Posted on 1/16/2014)
These are the same size as the Bummis liners, and a slightly better value (Bummis are 8 cents a liner, these are 7 cents a liner). However, these are more stiff and scratchy. I don't think our son minds, but we're going back to the Bummis once these are out.
That said, they do their job- they catch the solids! We haven't had any problems with these clogging the toilet, but we let them 'soak' for a little bit before flushing.
(Posted on 1/5/2014)
i got a small pack from a friend to use with my toddler while she had a bug going.. n omg they worked wonders kept the nasties from killing me lol now i am ordering some new ones for our soon to be here newborn
(Posted on 11/12/2011)
I LOVE how easy these are to use!! I also LOVE how they are the perfect size for my toddler! I am a huge fan of these liners and wish I would've known about them sooner!!! They make cloth diapering soooooo much easier!
(Posted on 12/3/2010)
I line cloth diapers with Imse Vimse Flushable liners when I think my child will poop or when I use diaper cream. They make clean up easy and do flush well, keeping waste out of landfills. Great product - easy to tear off, use, and flush.
(Posted on 10/27/2010)