Easy 💩 Cleanup
Diaper sprayer, scrubbing poop, dunking/rinsing not required. With these babies, simply lift out, toss away, and wash your hands of the situation. Seriously. I mean they help with the mess A LOT, but you should probably still wash your hands.
Just the right size
While, of course we would love to see everyone using these liners in nothing but our super awesome charcoal cloth diapers, we know that spreading the love is also important. Therefore each of our liners fits comfortably into any cloth diaper.
Best of both worlds
These handy little devils mean that you can enjoy both the convenience of disposables and the benefits of cloth. They protect your lovely cloth liners from poop or diaper creams and can then be tossed away. No muss, no fuss.
So, let’s be real...
It is probably one of the biggest worries that parents considering cloth have. And as the experts on all things related to poopcatchers, we get asked about it A LOT. Fortunately, because of these lovely liners, we can confidently tell people that dealing with poop in your cloth diapers doesn’t have to be a big deal. If you give your kid blueberries, that’s on you.
Make cloth “in the wild” a breeze.
While these liners would be a welcome addition to your home routine, they really shine when you are out and about. Mostly because they save you carrying around a bag of poop. ‘Nuff said.
Protect your diapers and the bum that goes in them.
While our cloth diapers are famously fantastic at keeping diaper rash at bay, there may come a day where your little one’s tush needs some extra TLC in the form of diaper cream. Enter lil sheets, to protect your precious liners from anything you may need to slater on to get the job done.
Bonus: When poop cleanup is this easy, you can wow all the parents at playgroup with how effortless you make being cloth-diapering, planet-saving, boss look.
Our disposable liners are 100% bamboo viscose and soft as cotton. They do not possess the wonderful stay dry feeling of our charcoal inserts, however they will be super gentle on your babies bottom!
Heck yes you can! One of the main benefits, aside from easy poop removal, to using a disposable liner is creating a protection barrier for your inserts from creams. Even if you just use the occasional 'Splash' of coconut oil, we recommend using a liner to keep your inserts safe from repelling.
Liners can be a great help when it comes to cloth diapering. They allow you to use a diaper cream when and if you need to. Most importantly, they allow you to have some super easy poop removal which is great when you are on the go, or when you just feel like 'Hey, I don't really want to scrub a poopy diaper today, or ever!"