Cloth Diaper Liners

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Okay I have to admit, I was hesitant to try these because I'd heard the liners would shift and often do not work. With such an active kid, why waste the money on them? Surely they'd be junk. We have, however, had major issues installing our diaper sprayer as the connection on our new houses toilet won't work with it and we couldn't find anything that'd work. As a result, for every poopy diaper, we've been dunking and swishing in toilet. Really annoying, kinda gross. I don't mind it terribly, but I needed it to be easier as Daddy B and I seem to have developed a little game called "leave the poopy diaper for the other parent and hope they're in the mood to swish it." Not my favorite game, however hilarious.

So I decided to give these a try:

When I bought them they were $8 for 100 large liners or $0.08 per liner. 

And OMG. They work great. They seem to be catching the poop, then they shift into a little ball. It's awesome. We've had four poopy diapers so far and not a bit has missed the liner. They are flushable so the poop and liner go into the toilet where poop belongs... They CAN clog some older toilets apparently so it's something to keep in mind. Anyhow we will be using these more, although probably only in the morning when he's got a higher likelihood of pooping. 




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