Cloth liners add convenience to cloth diapering. gDiapers® cloth diaper flushable liners are perfectly sized to lay on top of cloth inserts (sold separately). They help capture the poopy mess while the wetness passes through to be absorbed by the cloth liner. No more rinsing out messy diapers. Flush the cloth liner and put poop in the toilet, where it belongs. Cloth liners are soft and gentle on baby's sensitive skin. Breathable, hypoallergenic, dye-free and fragrance-free. And cloth liners are interfolded in a box, instead of a roll, to help make cloth diaper changes fast and convenient.
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I don't hate this product, I just don't really see the need for it yet- I put it in my daughter's cloth diaper between the diaper and her skin. She's still exclusively b.f. so her poop is not solid and it leaks through the liner. Sure, the liner minimizes the amount that gets on the diaper, but it doesn't stop me from having to wash poop off the diaper, there's just less of it.
Also, the material breaks down on her skin and I spend time picking tiny bits off her.
Maybe this product is better suited for a child that has solid poop when eating regular food.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
How to Use: Lay the flushable cloth liner on top of a cloth insert. Tuck both into the gPants. Smooth out. You're ready to gDiaper your baby. After use, simply remove the cloth liner and flush it down the toilet. It will break down similar to toilet paper.
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