Charlie Banana Diaper Liners In Roll, Natural, 100-Count
- Wood Pulp
- Plastic free, chemical free, chlorine free
- 100% biodegradable
- A must try
Top Customer Reviews
I'm sure you've read other reviews about how rough and paper-like these are, and I agree. These feel like butcher papers. or, those paper liners you see at a doctor's office. I'm completely serious. I'm sure people worry that their babies might get paper cuts or can't stand the rough texture. I was horrified at first, but after using it, I can tell you that the baby does not mind. Given that many babies can tolerate paper disposable diapers, they can certainly handle this.
Maybe it's because the liners seem tougher than other ones because they are tough against poop. The solid portion stays above the liner. The added brilliance of these liners is that there are no liners as wide as these. In fact, these stick out the leg holes. This is a good thing. You don't want a liner to be "perfectly sized" to fit in the diaper because the liners bunch up, no matter what. You WANT the extra width so when the liner bunches up, your cloth diaper's side is protected from poop. What's the point of using flushable liners if you have to clean up the sides of your diapers?
As for its ability to hold up in the washer, it appears that where it has been peed on, the liner looks more "worn out," with more holes. Sometimes you get a ripped piece. But, overall, you can salvage majority of them after a wash and dry cycle (because I have no time to line-dry my wash). Though the direction says to use only one liner, I'm certain that applies to new ones.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was so disappointed in these because I LOVE my Charlie Banana cloth diapers. I thought these were going to be more like the pads you can put in and then dispose of... Read morePublished on November 13, 2013 by Darla B
These work awesome to catch b.m.'s, they have done a great job keeping any chunks from getting through to the main diaper, so I haven't had to scrub out any of the diapers.Published on July 15, 2013 by Caralee Turnidge
Es perfecto y se acopla al interior del pañal, sirve para agarrar los residuos solidos con mayor facilidad y rapidezPublished on April 1, 2013 by Jose Araujo
Maybe it is just me but I don't really think these work. When I have tried to use them they just get soaked and leak. I prefer to just use the diapers. Read morePublished on January 18, 2013 by Jacob Shuey
I am new to cloth diapering so before my son was born I puchased several brands of liners to see which one I liked best. Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by A. Partin