Super soft and breathable, 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.
Bummis 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. See Repreve.com for more information. Using Repreve polyester is part of Bummis efforts to be a responsible manufacturer creating sustainable products at home in North America.
- Five 12" x 5" liners per package
- As with all Bummis products, the Fleece Liners are guaranteed lead, phthalate and BPA free
- The lovely minimalist packaging is environmentally friendly; made of chlorine free recycled fibers.
- Made in Canada
This product works great to wick away moisture from babys bottom to keep baby feeling drier. Very happy with product.
I really like these liners. I really only use when I use hemp prefolds though.
I love these liners! I have flushable liners & prefer these because they stay in place better, protect the diaper from diaper rash ointment better & are softer than the flushable liners. The BM's peel right off.
They are definitely thin feeling but I don't know why you wouldn't want or expect that... It isn't supposed to soak anything so it shouldn't add bulk to the diaper which it doesn't. It's supposed to keep baby's bottom dry and create a barrier in order to use rash creams if needed and make cleaning up poop easier. Which it does. Yes, it can bunch up some in the diaper but unless it was something more stiff I don't know why that wouldn't be expected to an extent? I think it covers a good area despite this. Super soft on my daughter's booty. I had my 2 1/2 year old out and about all day I changed her twice while I was out and laid these on top of the diaper both times, it kept her bottom dry (which makes it totally worth it to me, she had peed a lot and yet her booty wasn't wet!) and when she pooped it was on the liner and made it easy to drop it in the toilet. If you need a larger area to make sure rash cream doesn't get on the diaper you should probably go with the larger disposable ones. I had some pieces of an old receiving blanket I had been using as liners and they do OK with poop catching (usually - they also tended to bunch up a bit but have the added fun of leaving thread on her butt because I didn't sew the edges or anything) but are not as soft on her butt and definitely don't keep her butt dry. I think these fleece liners are affordable for what they do and I definitely plan on buying more.
While these liners seem quite cheap and thin, they do exactly what I need them to do - they provide a barrier between rash cream and the diaper without needlessly adding bulk. They definitely have a microfiber feel to them, but they do also have the benefit of keeping your baby feeling dry when wearing a cotton or hemp diaper. I've found that these don't curl up and they don't seem to wear out. I don't know if I'd buy them again as I prefer natural fibers on my baby - but I do feel like I got my money's worth out of them.