Tired of dealing with the mess that comes after the inevitable blow out? If so, you have to try these Flushable Liners!
We recommend the Imse Vimse flushable liners because they can be washed with your diapers until they need to be thrown away. (Up to 3 washings!) Plus, they get a little softer with every wash. Flushable Liners are also better for septic systems and old plumbing, although we caution that we cannot guarantee they will work for all septic systems or plumbing.
Size: 7.7 in. X 15.5 in. (200 count).
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.
Posted by Abigail on 11th Aug 2012
I started using these almost a year ago, I loved them! They washed really well, the only part I hated (And still hate) is how they feel before the first wash (A bit like a dryer sheet), so I tried out a number of other brands and just keep coming back to this one, they save us SO much money because of how well they wash, i doubt I'll go to another brand again.
Posted by Sarah on 21st May 2012
We began using cloth a year ago. A friend recommended that I use a liner when I first startd to decrease the yuck factor of the cloth. Well, I haven't stopped using them!
I LOVE that they are washable! They are stiff right off the roll, but it doesn't seem to bother my daughter. They was well and begin to disintegrate after about 3 washes.
The package says they are flushable, but unless you have NEW plumbing, I wouldn't do it. We had to have a plumber come and remove them from our lateral line. But now we just knock the solids in the toilet and toss the dirty sheets in the garbage. It is still less waste than disposables!
Overall, I LOVE them!!!
Posted by Erica on 19th Jan 2012
I bought these because they had such great ratings. I got them last week and they are as hard as dryer sheets. I'm going to unravel the roll and wash and dry them to see if they soften up, I wouldn't want these pressed on my bum :-(
Posted by Emily Bertwistle on 4th May 2011
These are a lifesaver for sure! I love how you can rewash them if they didnt get soiled and how simple it is to just pick it up out of the diaper and flush! SO simple makes life easier :)
Posted by Rachel Elliotte on 4th May 2011
These make cleaning up messy diapers even easier. When you have a formula fed and solid food fed baby their stool changes. This makes the cleaning process SO much easier. You simply lay it in the diaper and toss it in the potty once soiled. If you baby doesn't soil it at the diaper change, just toss it in your diaper pail, wash and reuse! These are great to have, especially for cloth diapering parents who do not use a diaper sprayer.
Posted by katrina streeter on 4th May 2011
i love the fact that these liners can be washed up to 3 times. they are great for catching all the solids and everything can then be flushed, no sprayer needed.
Posted by Kristen on 4th May 2011
We all know those formula-fed and/or solid food diapers can get, well, interesting. These great little sheets help keep everything contained for an easy drop into the toilet. They are thin, like a dryer sheet, unscented and do get softer with each wash (up to 3 times if they haven't been soiled with a dirty diaper).
I gave a 4 instead of a 5 for a few reasons. Sometimes they bunch up and don't completely contain the mess. Also, when they get wet they cling to the baby's bottom, which doesn't seem to cause a problem or rash, but just seems like it wouldn't be comfortable. That being said, we absolutely would not do cloth diapering without these. I think they're worth the extra money and you (and your husband!) will be glad for the easier clean-up.
We stand behind our merchandise 100% regarding workmanship and defects.
Training Pants: For best results, turn inside out, wash on warm or hot, hang dry or tumble dry on low heat. No bleach, no fabric softeners.
Cloth diapers and cloth diaper accessories: Wash on warm or hot 140-195°F/60-90°C, tumble dry low.