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Bummis Reusable Fleece Liners

3.6 out of 5 stars 189 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • As with all our products, the fleece liners are guaranteed lead, phthalate and bpa free
  • Our lovely minimalist packaging is environmentally friendly; made of chlorine free recycled fibres
  • 5 liners per package
  • Our lovely minimalist packaging is made of chlorine free recycled fibres
  • Our lovely minimalist packaging ; made of chlorine free recycled fibres
  • Made of chlorine free recycled fibres
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Product Description

These great microfleece liners wick moisture away from your baby’s skin and into the absorbent cloth diaper below, creating that “stay dry” sensation. They are super soft and breathable, and especially great for night time comfort. Fleece liners ensure easy clean-ups as well! Solids will slide off easily and our liners will protect your baby’s diaper from being damaged by creams and ointments. Layer on top of any cloth diaper and add a flushable liner if desired. Our Fleece Liners are made from Repreve – “more than recycled” polyester. It’s all about giving back. Repreve is a member of 1% for the planet, an alliance of businesses that donate at least 1% of their annual revenues to environmental organizations worldwide. See repreve .com for more information. Using repreve polyester is part of our efforts to be a responsible manufacturer creating sustainable products at home in North America.

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Technical Details
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions5.5 x 2.5 x 2 inches
UPC594883055221 843471001066
Item model numberMIR
Material TypePhthalate Free, Lead Free, BPA Free
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB002QZ64T8
Best Sellers Rank #16,353 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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My daughter is cloth diapered, but was getting a rash and I was getting sick of applying diaper cream every time I changed her. I ordered these, and they have worked wonders! Her rash went away and I don't use cream anymore. They do a great job at keeping the moisture away from baby's bottom and in the diaper below. Definitely worth buying again!

I've noticed that some people think these are doublers; they don't absorb anything. Their sole purpose is to create a barrier between baby's bottom and the wet diaper.
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The concept is good, but they're too narrow and poo easily ends up off the sides, onto the cloth. Mine pilled after about a month and the Bummi's customer service rep admitted they do have a shelf life. I agree with the "most helpful critical review"er that if you can find a value fleece at the fabric store- like I did for $1.75/yd., then you have control over the width/length and if you don't mind hemming/stitching the edges (really quite simple and worth the effort to make a custom liner), then you can have an adundant supply of fleece liners that cover the entire width and length of the cloth! And to me, that makes the most sense.
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By JMM on September 19, 2011
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I'm so happy that these fleece liners have solved my son's diaper rash problem. We started cloth diapering and noticed that the moisture from the prefolds was making him have a rash. We were told to try laying a thin piece of fleece over the top (touching his skin) and it worked great!!

I would recommend not drying these for longevity. We just lay them out to air dry.

I'm a bit irritated that they liners are getting a bad rap from so many reviewers on here. I notice people writing that "they don't absorb" etc. etc. That's not what they're made for!! It's very clear in the description. I feel like many of these reviewers do not understand cloth diapering. You should be using a soaker or doubler NOT a thin fleece liner if you are looking for added absorbancy. These fleece liners are ONLY for clearing up diaper rash because fleece naturally wicks away moisture. And I'd much rather use these than cutting up my own fleece because fleece in the fabric store is going to have dyes in it. I do not want those dyes touching my son's private areas!! These liners add protection from moisture without adding bulk. At night, we lay one right over the top of a hemp insert. I highly recommend this product!
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My mother is bedridden and came out of rehabilitation with a terrible rash on her back. After about a dozen over the counter medications and three prescriptions all of which proved useless except for one over the counter cream which seemed to keep the rash from intensifying, I decided to buy the fleece diaper liners and have them (3) sown into the back of the T-shirts in which she sleeps so that they would be next to her skin in order to wick the moister away from her back. After a couple of weeks the rash is slowly but surely improving. I can see how they would be very beneficial in preventing diaper rash, and I would recommend trying this item for any such use. david
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The previous reviews are correct when they describe the product as simple fleece and it would be cheaper to go to the fabric store and buy a yard. Except I, for one, cannot leave a fabric store spending only $5. Can you? This is where I found the value in buying these in seeing what it is exactly: The size, the thickness, the softness. I also wanted to test it and was hoping it would come with instructions. Which side up for instance. It did not. Not a problem.

A cloth diaper and a cup of water is all I needed to experiment.
My results were GREAT. Fuzzy side up to baby's skin is actually a bit softer than cloth. The important thing is that it feels dry to the skin after a few moments after wetting. Rinsing these are easier than a heavy diaper.
I am now willing to go to the fabric store and buy a yard of fleece.

On a side note, I also compared these to th flushable liners. The flushable were horrid. A paper towel was softer, but that's another review.
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I ordered my first package of these a week or so ago and have already bought more! They are perfect REUSABLE cloth diaper liners. They are NOT doublers and do NOT add any more absorption, rather they allow urine to pass through them and wick away moisture from your baby's bum. They also make cleaning up poo much easier and cut down on staining the actual insert or shell of the diaper. I use these with my Best Bottom hemp inserts. Hemp takes a little longer to absorb than micro terry and my baby's bum was suffering. These liners give the hemp time to do their job while keeping the moisture away from my little one's sensitive skin. I like that they are thin and do not add any bulk. So far, they have stayed in place perfectly for us. Thank you Bummis for a perfect and inexpensive solution.
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We've been using these with my daughter for the past year. She tends to get a rash if she sits in a wet prefold. So we use them all the time. They work great to protect either prefolds or pocket diapers from the occasional diaper cream use. And now that she's on solids they're an awesome poop catcher and make dunk and rinse much easier. Most of the poop gets on the liner and I love that they're reusable.

My only complaint is that sometimes you need to wash them twice to get any cream or poop residue off them. We line dry them in the sun to help with stains.

I'm sure I could make these myself but as a working mom, I love that I can buy them and that they've held up for a year of heavy use with no sign of wear.
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