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GroVia BioLiners One Size Unscented - 200 Count

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  • 200 unscented 100% natural Liners
  • Made from ingeo fibers, a renewable fiber free of harsh synthetic chemicals and preservatives
  • Fragrance and dye free
  • Flushable and breathable
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Product Description

Product Description

GroVia Bioliners Diaper Liners

GroVia Bioliners Diaper Liners are made from renewable ingeo fibers and free of harsh synthetic chemicals and preservatives. They easily allow moisture to pass through, while keeping your baby's skin dry for a long time. You can simply remove these liners and flush without the need to clean the mess. 200 liners.



Features
  • Unscented liners
  • Fragrance- and dye-free
  • Flushable and breathable
  • Chlorine-free
  • Made from 100% natural and renewable fibers
  • Free of synthetic chemicals and preservatives

From the Manufacturer

GroVia BioLiners allow moisture to pass through while keeping your baby's skin dry. Easy to use, they keep solids contained for easy clean-up. Simply remove the liner and flush.


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Technical Details
Item Weight9.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.9 x 3.9 x 5.9 inches
UPC851614002559 885455384925
Item model number2559
Minimum weight recommendation8 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB00483GAJU
Best Sellers Rank #103 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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100 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Jenny M. on September 17, 2011
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I have been cloth diapering my 10 month old for about 6 months, and I really wish I had started using these sooner! This is the only flushable liner I have tried so far, and don't really see a need to try any of the others since this one works so well. It gives really good coverage, so it really does catch the mess. I find it very easy to put the diaper on my baby with the liner in. It doesn't shift around while diapering or bunch up while baby is wearing it. These were all concerns I had prior to using flushable liners. I also have no problems with it causing diaper leaks, even when it does stick out from the leg holes. I think it's because this material doesn't really wick...it stays completely dry even in a wet diaper.

I have to admit I sort of turned up my nose when I read in other diaper liner reviews of people reusing the liners (without laundering first). But they honestly are THAT dry when they come out of a wet diaper. It makes pretty good sense to reuse them at least once or maybe a couple of times until the next dirty diaper.

All in all, I thought this was an extra step and expense that I didn't need with my cloth diapers, but I am definitely converted now and would hate to go back to trying to shake and scrape poop into the toilet the old fashioned way!

ETA: I thought I would add that when I use these liners, I make no attempt to fold or crunch them to make them fit inside the diaper. I lay them flat, and they do stick out 1/2 inch or so over the leg holes, and I think this actually helps to hold them in place with an active baby crawling all over the place. Again, I've had no problem with them wicking dampness onto my baby's clothes.
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Katie on August 12, 2011
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We use these liners with almost every diaper change. They are large enough that they cover the whole diaper and they don't shift around. I also tried bummis but preferred GroVia as they are larger. They also seem to wick moisture away from the baby so I think the little bit of diaper rash that my 10 month old had has disappeared with these liners. I've also had no problems flushing them. Highly recommend!

Edit 6/14: Several months after I stopped using the liners, I had a plumbing problem in the main line from my house. I live in a home built in the 1950s and the clog in the line was pretty bad- it took several hours and a team of plumbers to clear the line. I asked him what it could have been from and they said they found lots of "paper towels" in the line. I don't flush paper towels so I'm thinking it might have been the bioliners. I'd definitely use caution flushing these if you have an older home. Still really like them- but you might want to throw out as many as possible in the trash.
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Miss Madge on June 5, 2012
Pros:
Incredibly useful and makes cleanup so much easier, so exactly what you're paying for.
Fit well (you do have to fold up at the sides, but really that just holds the poo in better) and don't move around.
Also they're the cheapest liners I've found, since it's a 200 pack. Most liners at this price come in 100-packs.

Cons:
Definitely give my son a rash if I reuse. I much preferred to reuse them, and I did for a while, but I can't anymore. They're not marketed to be reusable, so in a way it's not fair to say that, but I'm still including that info because so many parents shop for liners intending to reuse them.
I didn't realize until after I'd bought them that the price adds up to 6 cents per liner. That's the best price I've found on a liner, but think about it ... a Luvs diaper is about a quarter. So you're paying a reasonable chunk of what you'd pay for disposables. This won't bother everyone, but the biggest reason I cloth diaper is to save money, so once I realized that I decided to finish off this roll and not buy anymore.

Gave the product five stars because I don't know if my 'cons' are really fair. They're not advertised to reuse and I don't think 6 cents per liner is outrageous or anything. Still I included the cons because I thought they were factors parents should take into account.
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I'm a mother of 6 boys and just started cloth diapering my 2 little ones. Loving the cloth diapers except for the clean up part. I ordered these as soon as I found out about them and thought it would be perfect. I just received it today and couldn't wait to try it out. Well both of them had a bm back to back and I was thinking to myself, it's all good because they have the liner. Yeah right! 1st I change my 7 month old and some of it went through which didn't bother me. But there was a mess of poo on the side of his diaper. I thought ok, I'll just clean it by hand so it doesn't stain. No biggie. Ok, now to go change my 2 year old. What a disaster! I go to change him and the liner had bunched up so ALL of his poop went on the diaper. Don't know if I'm putting it on them wrong, but I think it's pretty much self explanatory. Hopefully I'll figure out a way to keep it from bunching up.
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53 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Peas on Earth on June 13, 2011
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So, I'm a bit crazy, so I had to try every single liner type put there. Yes, bummies, imse vimses, a couple of others I can't remember now, and these. I am sticking with these. The bummies in particular looked they were about to disintegrate after getting wet. One type (the one I can't remember) were huge, and required opening a fold and refolding to come even close to fitting in a diaper. The imse vimses are pretty nice, and what a couple of people said about them, that they can survive a laundry, is true. But really, who wants to deal with one more thing when folding the laundry, plus, they're not quite as sturdy after a wash. So finally we come to these. Yes, they're a bit big, but easy to fold or just tuck the edges under the diaper at the end. Mostly what I like about them is that they're sturdy enough to reuse diaper to diaper. We get about 3 uses out of each on average. Sometimes they feel totally dry, like new. If the pee is "fresh", they'll feel wet, in which case we put them aside to dry and use for the next diaper change. They don't retain smell, and it's a big savings, to be able to reuse them like this. And, I find them soft, and quite protective of the diaper from creams etc. All in all, my favorite disposable liners.
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