These are a little too thick. It's hard to keep them in place with my toddler squirming.
Reviewed by: Pam from Plover.
mother of one
I tried these as my first flushable liners for my son, and I have mixed feelings about them. Pros: wide enough to wrap around the sides of his inserts, so if the liner shifted a bit, it could still catch the solids. Cons: liquids didn't pass through as easily as I had hoped, and this resulted in quite the mess being smeared across his little bottom. They were a good start, but I've found others that I like better.
Reviewed by: Lonnilei from Indiana.
these stay in place and can even survive a wash cycle. I've only ever used the baby size even on my toddler. the toddler size is huge and I found it better to cut them in half so now I just stick to the baby size.
Reviewed by: Kerry from va.
These are a bit stiff, but they hold in solid messes great!
Reviewed by: MV from WI.
our favorite diaper liners
The Imse Vimse liners have worked well on all three of my kids, keeping the solids secure while letting the moisture through. They make for easy clean-up, and they've never clogged our toilet. I will reuse them repeatedly if they're just wet. They can even make it through the washer (though they do get thinner) and be air dried and used again. We find the Baby size plenty big, even when our kids are toddlers.