I have tried several other flushable liners and have come back around to using Bummis. They are the softest and seemingly the largest. I have a septic system so I don't flush them but I do find they help keep the diapers much less messy than if I do not use a liner. I highly recommend these liners. They are the best.
Reviewed by: Kitty from Santa Cruz, CA.
I bought these to use on my 15 month old and they work pretty well but seem to bunch up a bit. I use prefolds and covers and I usually trifold my prefolds. These liners seem to work better in a snappied prefold or fitted or maybe with a smaller baby that isnt as active as my son. When the liner doesnt shift they work great separating the solids from everything else and flush easily
Reviewed by: Leah from CA.
These liners are a huge convenience. They could be softer, but they don't seem to irritate my baby's bum or anything.
Reviewed by: Jessica J from OREM, UT.
Handy addition to the stash.
My son has occasionally very severe diaper rash. These have saved me from having to use paper diapers every time I need to use zinc oxide cream. If they're just wet, I can leave them out to dry, and use them twice. Poopy ones just get flushed. Easy, and much cheaper and more environmentally responsable than using papers every time you need a heavy duty rash cream.
Reviewed by: Stephanie Miklacic from New York.
These at fantastic now that our son is eating solids! It is so easy to just pick these up with all the nasties safely inside it and simply flush! We haven't needed to rinse any poopy diapers out yet!
Reviewed by: Amy Wolff from Fort Wayne, IN.