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Bummis Bio-Soft Liner, Large
- When using cloth diapers that feature synthetic fabrics like suede cloth against baby's skin (as in many "pocket" type diapers), it is recommended that you choose the large size of liner, as it will not move around inside the cloth diaper
- Please note that although the bio-soft liners are highly biodegradable the flushing of any product like this can cause blockage in old or damaged drains or very sensitive septic systems
- Please discard pee soaked liners in the garbage and let the soiled liners soak a few minutes in the toilet before flushing just so that they absorb water and break down a bit before they are released into your septic system
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Smaller footprint on the changing space (a consideration for us because we have limited space there)
Large enough to possibly split into 2 liners per sheet (so effectively 200 per roll instead of 100) for a smaller baby, but not for a larger one
The differences I noticed most with the Bumkins were:
Larger (could easily split into 2 liners per sheet for even a larger baby)
Pop-up style, like a tissue box, seems easier for one-handed use than the Bummis tear-off sheets. In practice, however, I found that it made little difference, because I still needed 2 hands to get the liner properly folded and positioned on the diaper! For this reason, I generally find it easiest to get the liner out and position it in the new diaper before I take the old diaper off of the baby.
Both brands seem to flush equally well, and both do an excellent job of staying in place. I cloth diapered without liners for my previous baby and with this baby until he started solids, but I definitely prefer the ease the flushable liners add and wouldn't go back to not using them at this point unless we had a septic system that couldn't handle the flushable liners. I do recommend letting the soiled liners sit in the toilet for a couple of minutes or more before flushing -- it supposedly helps them break down more easily and reduce the likelihood of clogging the toilet, though in practice I've never had either brand's usage result in a toilet clog.
All in all, I do slightly prefer the softer feel of the Bumkins, but the differences are minor, and I like the smaller footprint for the Bummis. For personal preference the Bumkins win out by a hair, but both brands are similar enough that I wouldn't hesitate to buy either.
We haven't had a problem with them being too narrow, but your mileage may vary here.
Overall, I've been very pleased with them. They are much softer than the Gerber brand of liners (and being flushable is a huge plus). We've not had any issues with flushing them either (we have a septic system and an older toilet), and they work fine for what we need.
The only thing I would caution is that if you're needing them to protect a cloth diaper from an oil-based cream, you might want to fold it or use two liners, since they are so thin. But this product comes in two rolls, so there are lots of sheets included.
-Way softer than Imse Vimse. These appear to be a lot more comfy on the bum. This is the one thing that makes me want to love these liners.
-Larger than Imse Vimse liners and in the same convient roll format
-Much thinner than Imse Vimse liners. We never washed and reused urine soaked liners, but this is not even an option here. I also do not trust these liners to protect the diapers in the rare times we need to use a non-cloth diaper approved diaper rash treatment.
-Tend to bunch up and slide. Several times the poopy liner has drifted up towards the vagina, which is not nice for clean up or UTI risk
-If liner bunches, poop ends up on diaper anyhow defeating the whole point. This has been my experience time and again since switching to this liner 1 month ago.
Bottom line: I want to love the Bummis because of their soft feel on my daughter's tushy, but they are just not getting the job done like my Imse Vimse's!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a bad product, I just never reached for them. It felt kind of unnecessary.Published 5 days ago by Dani
These are pretty good! They're great for putting in your cloth diaper when out n about and you're not going to be able to wash off the poo. Just collect it and flush! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michelle P.
I've tried a few different liners and even tried using wipes (after washing n drying them) to save money. These are the best liners I have found. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Justy M. H.
The best of all the diaper liners I've tried for two cloth diapered kids so far. The small size is perfect. The liners are soft and flush easily.Published 3 months ago by Sandy K.
These are thin but not to thin. Strong but not tough that makes me think they will clog my toilet. They were soft against baby skin. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Krisha Collins
This is a great product. We did cloth diapers for our kids and at first we'd have the mess of poop diapers all over the place. We tried rinsing, that failed miserably. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Reviewdini
BEST cloth diaper liners out there. They are safe for the toilet and don't disintegrate in the diaper like other liners do. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sam Sissine