Bummis Reusable Fleece Liners
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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!
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My cloth diapering journey began with the birth of my third baby. I wanted to use a more natural diapering option and this was it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Brandy P.
Great for the baby. Easy to clean, doesn't stain. Baby's butt is happy, using a lot less butt paste now. Way better than a disposable liner.Published 1 month ago by Alan K. Libbee
Pricey product...bought for trail....tried for first time...keep baby dry....Published 4 months ago by Anu
Not my best buy, better off with a fleece blanket cut off. The liners do the trick, but they are quite small and priceyPublished 5 months ago by Ligia D.
I never been able to use it since I bought. It's very small and expensive to me. the liners just rolled when my son has it on. it's better to use only cloth diapersPublished 5 months ago by nopharat sumethasorn
Terrible. Very small and it easily wiggles out of place. Not easy to get the yuckies off.Published 5 months ago by julissa
have been still using them for 3 years to wipe up accidents now that she doesn't wear these as diapers anymore.Published 7 months ago by onetessie