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Kushies Flushable Biodegradable Diaper Liners, 100 Sheets

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  • Sheets are perforated for easy tear off
  • Added ease to diapering clean up
  • When soiled, simply discard in toilet
  • Fully biodegradable
  • Not recommended for septic tanks
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Technical Details
Item Weight8 ounces
Product Dimensions4.8 x 13.5 inches
OriginCanada
UPC885185920714 064408005456 885810910202
Item model numberL545
Target genderUnisex
  
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ASINB000V0QTMC
Best Sellers Rank #10,639 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Kushies Diaper Liners are flushable and fully biodegradable making diaper clean up easier. Use with Kushies cloth diapers or any cloth or disposable diapers. Not recommended for septic tanks.

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Kushies Diaper Liners are flushable and fully biodegradable making diaper clean-up easier. Use with Kushies cloth diapers or any cloth or disposable diapers. Not recommended for septic tanks.

Customer Reviews

The worst part of cloth diapering is definitely the poop and this is making life so much easier.
Soldi Rodriguez
You can place the liners side by side on a laid out diaper, this better keeps the diaper from getting any poop on it from the sides of the liners.
Nique P.
They do feel extremely rough (like very cheap thick toilet paper) so I guess I'm not surprised they gave her a rash.
Sarita S Sellner

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119 of 123 people found the following review helpful By S. Knight on January 25, 2009
I purchased these diaper liners and they worked fine. Read carefully - the picture shows 3 rolls--you only get one. It does what it says it's supposed to do. I don't understand everyone saying that you can wash them. They tear up pretty easily in the wash. Sometimes, one will come out in one piece, but many times, they break apart--not to be used again. So if you're wondering what they are and what the texture is like--just take a baby wipe and sit it out to dry. That's it. It's almost like a dried out baby wipe. Yeah, I know. After my $16 roll ran out, I started using dried flushable scent-free baby wipes. They do the same thing.
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70 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Nique P. on November 22, 2008
This is a great product. It makes cleaning up poop from the diaper an easy and mess free chore. Without these liners, using cloth diapers could turn out to be a real clean up job. I bought the flat cloth diapers so I can get my own fit for my son, then I laid out one strip of the Kushies liners. The liners come serrated, so you just need to tear each one along the line from the roll. However beware, the liners are not absorbent against pee, so you can not use these liners at night time, the pee soaks through the liners and the cloth diaper. I change my son right after he pees his diaper. I use one good brand disposable at night on my son, and this takes him through the night dry. However it holds poop very well, and when its time to change the diapers, you just pull the liner up, holding both ends of the liner to hold the poop in it, then toss it in the bin. It usually leaves his diaper stain free from the poop, and I don't need to handle it at all, just pull off the liner, toss it in the bin and that's it. Two liners on the diaper are much better then just one though. You can place the liners side by side on a laid out diaper, this better keeps the diaper from getting any poop on it from the sides of the liners. I definitely recommend this product, all in all its a great one, and I will be buying them again since I like using cloth and they do a great job when it comes to cleaning poop.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Tracey L. Satterthwaite on August 21, 2010
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They are pretty stiff, and at 8-9 cents apiece, they add a good chunk to your diaper cost. They work fine, and they do what they are supposed to do, but after a few rolls, I bought some of the ultra-soft ("cloth-like"), multi-size Viva paper towels. Tear off the smallest measure, fold each side in about an inch, and voila--a MUCH softer liner with better coverage at a fraction of the price! Don't waste your money on these.
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42 of 51 people found the following review helpful By canamstoney on October 23, 2008
I couldn't believe it when I read the first reviewer say she washed and reused these. I thought for sure, she was thinking of something else?
However, I tossed my wet liners (not soiled ones) into the washer with the rest of the diapers and, incredibly, they came out in great shape!
Aside from their amazing durability, these make cloth diapering so easy! No more wrestling poo off nappies with toilet paper! Yuck!
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32 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Shannon Kazmierczak on August 20, 2009
I've been cloth diapering using Bum Genius, Fuzzi Bunz and Happy Heineys for about a year now. I originally used gDiapers for a while and was ready to move up into the world of greenness. Well as my toddler eats more and more adult like food, his poop, is well, more adultlike. I felt that for myself, husband parents and baby sitters this might be a little less "gross" if we had something like a Kushie liner to help us out. For me I felt the paper was a little too rough on my son's sensitive bootie, it tore easily and was not wide enough to contain all of his poop. The positive side is that it did flush very nicely, I never had any issues with overflow or clogging like I did with the gDiapers paper liner. I am going to finish up my roll, especially when I'm not with him for the day but would like to try something else.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Blev-sev0sev on August 5, 2010
While these are a great idea, they are really quite abrasive (pretty scratchy to the touch) compared to other brands of diaper liners. Also, they gave my poor baby his very first diaper rash (he is 13 months old) within the first 12 hours that I started using them. Liners are a handy tool but I would go with another brand.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Emily J. Scherer on November 13, 2010
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We spent 12 months doing cloth diapers without a liner. But I'm posting a review for those buyers who are comparing brands of diaper liners. We tried Imse Vimse first, then Kushies at the suggestion of a friend. Imse Vimse wins! But I'll tell you why:

1. Imse Vimse liners seem too big and Kushies seem to fit nicely in the diaper, but when little one walks and crawls around, the liner bunches up. The Imse Vimse liner still covers the width of the diaper even with a little bunching so that you don't end up busting out the dipaer liner.

2. You really can re-use the Imse Vimse liners. Usually. The Kushies shrink and it's impossible. Throw the IV's in the wash with the dirty diapers, pull them out before they hit the dryer (if you remember, if not, it works too), and they'll be dry by the time your diapers are done.

3. Kushies are thicker. Which is nice in theory, but I worry about flushing them. The IVs are thinner but the idea of them in my septic system doesn't freak me out quite as much.

That's my review. Hope it's helpful!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Theresa on April 14, 2010
I wanted to use cloth diapers for our fourth child, but my husband wasn't too keen on the idea, mainly because he thought I was busy enough and didn't need to add washing diapers to my day. Anyway, like most of you are probably doing, I researched. I went with the Bum Genius and this liner. I started using them when the baby was about six weeks old to ensure a proper fit. Nursing babies go VERY frequently and do not have solid waste. The liners basically held the babies waste right up against her skin. I changed the baby every hour the first day and saw her getting redder each time. By the evening she had a full blown rash. I stopped using the cloth diapers to let her heal and tried again with the same results. I seriously wondered if cloth diapers were a mistake. Then, I tried the cloth diapers WITHOUT the liners and they work GREAT! I like them better than the disposables because they are softer and more absorbent. I've been using them for a couple of months without any additional problems.
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