I have tried a couple of brands of fleece liners and this is my favorite. They are soft, they aren't gigantic but they are big enough to need to be folded into a newborn diaper so they should still work later on, and they are super inexpensive.
Reviewed by: Stephanie J from California.
Great for diaper rash bouts
I use these when we use diaper creams. I think it is a good idea to use liners even when the cream is supposedly diaper safe- then I feel comfortable in slathering it on real thick. These aren't particularly attractive liners (too bad they don't come in colors), but they are inexpensive and wash well.
Reviewed by: Danielle Norris-Gardner from Mountainair, NM.
When I need to use a barrier between ointment and the diaper, these are my go to liners. They are a super soft, thin fleece that stays in place and keeps your diaper from getting oily buildup. They are the perfect size for any of my cloth diapers and are reasonably priced I feel. They also clean up easily with the rest of your cloth diaper laundry. A great product!
Reviewed by: Jennifer Swinney from KS.
Does the job
We use these at night and if we see redness starting...they do the trick and keep our baby dry. They are very thin so they don't add any bulk to the diaper.
Reviewed by: Mary Potter from Lansing, MI.
Stay at Home Mom
We purchased these liners to use w/our natural fiber AI2 diapers. We found they worked the best with Best Bottom's hemp inserts. With other diapers we used them with (Grovia for instance) the liner seemed to just bunch up and did not work well. We also found we needed to use more than one liner in most cases. The thing I was most disappointed with was the "shelf life". It seemed like after only a couple of months we were needing to replace these.
Reviewed by: Faryn Benedict from Waukesha, WI.