Worried about a messy diaper? 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 Imse Vimse caution that they cannot guarantee they will work for all septic systems or plumbing.
Size: 7.6 in. X 10.9 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 Unknown on 4th Sep 2013
I've tried many other similar products & they don't seem to work as well. These are great to also wash & reuse @ least 1x.
Posted by rebecca on 26th Nov 2012
i ordered these for holiday traveling and im soo glad i did. i love them so much i plan to use them at home as well. they make clean up a breeze. i rated them 4 out of 5 bc they dont catch everything (but i have a feeling thats due more to my son not telling me when he goes rather than the liners being insufficient)
Posted by Natasha S. on 20th May 2011
I have gotten a few of these as samples from JBN with my orders and I wasn't to sure about them at first. Well I loved them. So I went down to my local baby story cause i didn't want to wait and all they had was the bummis brand. Well I hate them! You cant wash them so if she don't poop its a waist of my money! I love that I can rewash these up to 3 times! and to be honest they are cheaper then the bummis too!
Posted by Ashley Norton on 4th May 2011
i got a few of these as a sample and oh boy do they make things easier when it comes to poop : )
I also think its really cool that if they only pee you can wash and reuse them a few times!
Posted by Judi C. on 4th May 2011
When I got them I thought they were too big so I cut them in thirds. Come to find out, they work a lot better if you keep them whole. I like that you can wash them and reuse them if they only get peed on. My older son has pretty solid poop but the baby needs these as I can't wash his poop anymore. Very helpful if you don't have the option of using a diaper sprayer.
Posted by Whitney West on 4th May 2011
no too long ago when we started cloth, i wanted to get just he "nesesities", well being as lovely as they are JBN, sent me a few sample of these and i was hooked, i use them during my sons naptime, when i KNOW he will dirty a diaper right when he wakes up, i dont use them for everty diaper so they last a lil longer, and i use them for my 10 mo olds too, makes cleaning the diapers soo easy, now, hubby who wasnt too sure about using cloth, requests i put these into diapers, i havent been able to wash and reuse them as evey time they are used they get soiled, but plan to try as soon as i can
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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.