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gDiapers Cloth Liners

Flushable cloth diaper lines take the mess out of cloth diapering. Lay on top of gDiapers Cloth Inserts (sold seperately) to catch the mess, then flush it away!

Less Mess. Less Fuss.

Cloth liners add convenience to cloth diapering. gDiapers cloth diaper flushable liners are perfectly sized to lay on top of cloth inserts (sold seperately). They capture the poopy mess while the wetness passes through to be absorbed by the cloth liner. No more rinsing out messy diapers. Flush the cloth liner and put poop in the toilet, where it belongs. Cloth liners are soft and gently on baby's sensitive skin. Breathable, hypoallergenic, dye-free and fragrance-free. And cloth liners are interfolded in a box, instead of a roll, to make cloth diaper changes fast and convenient.

Instructions and Ingredients

Lay the fluashable Cloth Liner on top of a Cloth Insert. Tuck both into the gPants. Smooth out. You're ready to gDiaper your baby. After use, simply remove the liner and flush it down the toilet. It will break down similar to toilet paper. gDiapers Cloth Liners are made of 98% cellulose and 2% biocomponent.

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Cloth Liners - 105 count

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4.0

Our favorite liners

By Nereidia

from Washington, DC

About Me First Time Parent

Verified Buyer

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      Best Uses

      • Diaper Changing

      Comments about gDiapers gCloth Liners - 105 cnt:

      We've tried both the GroVia and gDiaper liners with our cloth diapers (of which we have many brands). The GroVia liners (which are meant to catch solids and let moisture through to the cloth diaper) let all moisture through to the point where you can't even tell the liner is wet, however, they bunch up so much that the solids end up getting all over the diaper. With the gCloth liners, washing the diapers is SO much easier, because the gCloth liner catches most of the solids (although no liner is going to catch everything). I may continue to scope out cheaper liners, but the gCloth is our go-to liner for now.

       
      4.0

      Not giving up

      By Tina

      from Port Royal, SC

      About Me First Time Parent

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good quantity
      • Good size
      • Great Idea
      • Study but soft

      Cons

      • Bunches up between legs
      • Doesn't catch entire mess

      Best Uses

      • Easy clean up

      Comments about gDiapers gCloth Liners - 105 cnt:

      I'm a cheating cloth diaper user (I use disposables when I know poop time is approaching), but when we started solid foods, baby's bowels became much less predictable. These liners are a great solution for that - except right now they aren't working as well as I'd imagined. The liners bunch up in between baby's legs, so the mess ends up on the cloth and snap in pouch anyway. I'm still optimistic, though, for two reasons.

      First, we just started solid foods, so baby still has pretty runny poop. Hopefully, in a couple more months the situation will 'solidify' into a better working arrangement. Second, as baby and his bottom continue to grow, my hope is that we won't have as much of an issue with the bunching.

      And, now we wait

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