Bumkins Flushable Diaper Liner, Neutral, 100 Count, (Pack of 1)
- Average user will go through 4 - 6, 100 packs per month
- 100% biodegradable and flushable
- Easiest clean up solution
- Cloth like but flushable
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Bumkins is the best because of size
Bummis is the same material but smaller size
Kushies is just stuff thick toilet paper that rips.. doesn't stretch and ends up bunching up and the poop ends up on the diaper which means more clean up. Kushies is the more popular brand but Bumkins (you can order from their website) has great products overall and great customer service.
1. They are much, much softer!
2. The solid waste actually 'sticks' to the liner which makes for easier removal from cloth diaper (no more 'roll offs' when disposing waste into toilet)
3. Disintegrate much faster and do not clog toilet if flushed in a bunch.
4. Came in a cardboard dispenser (no plastic in packaging)
Wish they were cheaper, but worth the price!
UPDATE - I've since ordered Bummis liners to try and much prefer these - Bumkins are softer, much larger (I get 200 uses from the 100 pack) and the same price as the Bummis.
The differences I noticed most about the Bumkins were:
Larger (can actually split each sheet into 2 if you have the patience to do that, making the box last twice as long)
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.
Smaller footprint on the changing space (a consideration for us because we have limited space there)
Also large enough to possibly split into 2 liners per sheet for a smaller baby, but not for a larger one
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Once your baby starts on solid foods, these are a must have! So convenient, just drop into the toilet and flush. This helps you avoid having to spray off your diapers. Read morePublished 5 hours ago by kristen
wow super soft and they are actually big enough to cover his bum since he sometimes poops up the back side!Published 2 days ago by Djacktrade
Love these! You can stretch them to fit to your cloth diaper. Makes cloth diapering and life so much easier. Flushes well and have not had a septic problem.Published 8 days ago by Leslie
Not what I wash looking for but great as cloth wipes. Not for a heavy wetter.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Never used them so I can't write an accurate review for these. They may work great. I don't knowPublished 9 days ago by JG
We use these in our bumgenius cloth diapers and they are perfect for catching some of the poop so it does not have to go in my washer. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Jillian P
We love these liners. They stick out over the edges of the diaper, but don't bunch up as much as other brands. They are nice and soft and make clean up easier 95% of the time.Published 10 days ago by Iain and Rachael McPherson