Our reusable microfleece liners are a wonderful alternative to our disposable Bamboo Viscose Liners. They are designed to be laid flat over your nappy insert, to collect solid waste from embedding into the natural fibre inserts.
This will allow for easier clean up, as solid waste will fall more easily off liner, therefore protecting your natural fibre inserts and increasing their lifespan. Microfleece is also effective at wicking away moisture from baby's bottom, which will protect sensitive skin.View Microfleece
How do I use microfleece liners?
Lay over the top of your nappy insert. When changing, shake waste off liner into toilet and place liner in dry-pail until wash day.
Do I still need to change inserts when using a microfleece liner?
Yes, our liners are designed to wick away moisture, leaving baby feeling nice and dry once soiled. However they are not designed to be super absorbent, so you will find urine will flow through the liner to the insert below.
How many microfleece liners do I need?
1 liner per nappy change.
20 is a minimum if you are choosing to wash every 2nd-3rd day and use liners for every change.
However, if you are only using the liners for nap-time or overnight, or when baby is going to be in their nappy for an extended period and you don’t wish for them to feel wet, then a pack of 10 may suffice.
You may find you require more liners if your little one is reactive to moisture or teething.
Made from soft 100% bamboo viscose in the form of a super fine mesh, designed to work as a catchment for solid waste.
Making cleaning of inserts much simpler, and helpful when traveling. These nappy liners are compostable and biodegradable.View Compostable
How do I use compostable liners?
Used as a lining within the nappy cover, on top of the insert, to create a mesh for catching solid waste. This makes changing nappies easy and efficient.
Simply shake off solid waste from the liner down the toilet and flush, before disposing of liner in garbage/compost.
Ideal for traveling!
Can compostable liners be flushed down a toilet?
Liners are not flushable and will create issues with your personal and public waterways if flushed.
Please ensure correct disposable in your general household rubbish.
How long will a roll of compostable liners last?
With 100 sheets per roll, this means that the liners will last for 100 nappy changes.