Bamboo Stay Dry Liners (BSDL)

$6.00 +120pts

If you live anywhere that has hot or humid weather, you know there is only one thing that is worse than feeling moist… and that is the word moist. Lucky for you and your baby, these liners are designed to keep your baby feeling dry so that neither of you need to worry about the “m-word.”

5 liners per pack.

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Natural is better… naturally

Our bamboo stay dry liners are made up of 50% Bamboo Viscose and 50% Wicking Polyester Mesh. The soft bamboo absorbs liquid readily and is soft against baby’s delicate skin. Bamboo is also naturally deodorizing, anti-bacterial and hypoallergenic.

Travel in packs

While we wish it wasn't so, we know new babies can often poop upwards of 5 times a second - it’s just science yo! Because of this we decided to offer 5 BSDL in a pack. You’re welcome.

Makes your life easier

Speaking of poop (again *sigh*), these liners take the sting out of dealing with poop. They are just the right size to fit any cloth diaper with maximum coverage and poop literally just slides off. And, let’s face it, easier poop clean-up is the parenting “holy grail.”

What the wick?

Lightweight and stay-dry


The wicking polyester mesh diffuses moisture into the inserts below and wicks wetness away from babe. Plus, unlike fleece liners that add bulk to a diaper, our liners are lightweight and won’t add extra bulk to your little fluff bum. Live somewhere warm or have a babe that easily overheats? These liners won't add any extra layers of warmth either.

Suffering from “flash floods”?

Increase absorbency, reduce leaks


You increase the overall absorbency of your cloth diaper when you use our bamboo liners as the moisture is spread-out over a larger area making it easier for the fabric to absorb. By increasing the overall absorbency in your inserts you’re ensuring you (or rather your baby) get less leakage. So if you have a babe whose diaper habits remind you of a burst pipe, our stay-dry liners will help keep the levee (a.k.a. their diaper) from breaking.

Babe got a rash you can’t kick?

Use diaper creams with peace of mind


Usually, cloth diapers mean less rashes. But occasionally you need to bring out the big guns. Everyone knows the cardinal rule of cloth diapering is to not use diaper cream. With the Bamboo Stay Dry liners you can! We suggest rinsing them before adding them to your laundry and away you go!

Alright, I lied… there is one thing worse than the word “moist” and it is without a doubt the concept of “speaking moistly.” Let’s not talk about this any more, just add these to your cart and get out of here 🤢.

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FAQ

If you still aren’t sure how these little wonders work, maybe you will find some of this helpful. Gotta be better than reading more about speaking moistly...

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Newbie Guide

The liners are designed to go dark side up (touching baby). The dark side catches the liquid and it is wicked through, allowing the light side of the liner to evenly disperse the liquid over your inserts.
100% you can use diaper cream with these liners. We always recommend using these liners anytime you are needing to put cream on your sweet baby. However, to make sure that we avoid any repelling issues, make sure to thoroughly clean any residue off the liners before throwing them in the wash with your diapers. If you are using a petroleum based cream that may leave a greasy residue we recommend giving the liners a scrub with a teensie drop of dawn blue dish soap before washing.
We recommend throwing your bamboo stay dry liners in both the pre wash and the main wash along side your diaper laundry. Any poop should be dumped and rinsed off your liners before washing. To make things easier we highly recommend throwing those bad boys in a mesh garment bag for the wash and dry cycle. This is to keep them all together and out of your washing machine filter. Dry on low heat along with your diapers. If you have used diaper creams with them we suggest rinsing off all cream before throwing them into the wash with your diapers.

Customer Reviews

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Anonymous

Disposable liners are obviously going to be easier, so that’s a given. These spray pretty easily, but I wouldn’t say that the peanut butter poop slides off as promised lol. I also think the charcoal inserts do a better job of staying dry than these do, but I’m not sliding my hand all over it to be sure. They are definitely worth having around. Our toddler has a bowel movement at LEAST once a day. So we have been much happier using disposable liners until she goes once, and then using these liners for the remainder of the day if she’s had dairy recently (makes her go 3 times). I do find them useful, and we continue to use them regularly, but I don’t understand why they hold onto smell. When I’ve had smell issues, these were amongst the worse for smell, but there are no multi layers to trap urine or whatnot. It just seems to invite some microscopic bond that I haven’t figured out yet. I’m curious to know if anyone has experienced this. I’m also starting to wonder if my little one has been becoming dehydrated if our cloth diapering (with approved wash routine and regular Borax use) is prone to smell?

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Shannon Daisy

These liners are amazing!! Our daughter was leaking out of her cloth diapers overnight, but with the liners she gets through the night and stays dry 😊.
They’re also great for containing her poopsplosions and makes cleaning them so much more manageable.

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shailushah245

Cant imagine cloth diapering without these anymore

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Anonymous

Very useful as an add-on to keep baby dry with the charcoal insert.

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Rhianna Webb

Not me. Not my little. These liners are soft against her skin and keep the wetness away…great for any baby, of course, but I especially appreciate them taking care of my little girl’s sensitive skin. My only regret is that I didn’t get them at the very beginning of our cloth diapering journey.

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