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Bummis Cloth Diaper Liners

Bummis Cloth Diaper Liners
Bummis Cloth Diaper Liners make cloth diapering even easier! These liners make clean up easy, the perfect cross of cloth diapers and convenience.
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Bummis Flushable Bio-Soft Liners make cloth diapering even easier! These flushable liners make clean up a breeze and is the perfect compromise between cloth diapers and convenience. You won't have to rinse poopy diapers in the toilet anymore.

The Bummis Flushable Bio-Liners absorb solid waste and then all you have to do is simply discard the soiled liner into the toliet and flush away the mess! They are super soft and comfortable against baby's skin too ;)

The Bummis Flushable Bio-Soft Liners are made out of a non woven material with no binder and will biodegrade very quickly (within 8 days in a sewage treatment system or 20 days in a septic tank). They are 100% viscose rayon (a cellulosic fiber derived from natural sources).

The NEW Bummis Biodegradable Cloth Diaper Liners are made out of 100% maize starch. Place liner on top of the diaper. When diaper is soiled, you can dispose of it in the trash or you can wash it and reuse for a few uses. Do not flush the Biodegradable Cloth Diaper liners. 

The Bummis Flushable Bio-Liners come in 100 sheets per roll and each sheet is approximately Small = 5"x12" and Large 8"x12".

The Bummis Biodegrable Cloth Diaper Liners absorb come in 100 sheet rolls and each sheet is approximately 5.5" x 12"  

*Please note that flushing any biodegradable diaper liners may cause blockage in old or damaged drains and in sensitive septic systems. Please discard pee soaked liners in the garbage and let the soiled liners soak a few minutes in the toilet before flushing just so they absorb water and begin to break down a bit before entering the system.

3 Stars
Not my favorite
I tried these instead of the Gdiaper liners i usually get. These are really thin, thinner than the Gidaper liners, but I'm sure they dissolve better when flushed or thrown away. I had a problem with them not staying put. When i would change my son, the liner would be all bunched up or when he pooped most of it got on the diaper. I'm glad i tried them and they aren't bad, just a to flimsy for my son.
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Reviewed by:  from El Paso TX. on 6/2/2014
5 Stars
Must have!
These work great! We've tried other brands and they either disintegrate in the diaper, or are not gentle enough to sit next to the skin. We use these with just about every diaper change!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from madison. on 5/26/2014
5 Stars
The softest disposables I've used
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.
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Reviewed by:  from Santa Cruz, CA. on 1/30/2014
5 Stars
Optional but time-saver for cloth diapering
We had been shaking and washing solids out of our cloth diapers when we ran out of these liners. Now we can't spend time doing that with our baby insisting on moving around right after a diaper change and we got these liners again. Whenever the liner gets soiled with solids, we leave it in the toilet until we get around to flushing it later, this way the liner gets soaked and softer and won't clog our toilet. We use the large size since our baby moves around so much that it contains most of his poop with minimal cleaning up the cloth diaper.
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Reviewed by:  from Orange County, California. on 4/5/2014
4 Stars
Pretty Good
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
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from CA. on 11/16/2013

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