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Subject:Liners
Time:10:35 am
Our daughter is 14 months old and for the first time we need to buy some liners (we've been very lucky to get our cloth nappy stash off of the local council and freecycle). I was hoping for some advice as to what liners work best for you. I didn't realise there was such a difference in price for different brands.

We were going to just buy the cheapest but a couple of reviews suggested the material of the cheaper liners are quite rough, but then are the more expensive ones really any better?

The only criteria we have is we would like them to be flushable and washable liners. Also we're from the UK, not sure if all brands from the US are available over here.

cross posted to clothdiapering
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janevok
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Time:2011-05-18 10:20 am (UTC)
Thanks for this, we have several little lamb newborn nappies so have a little experience with the brand - we LOVED their nappies so I will definitely be giving their liners a try. Thank you.

p.s cute little boy in your icon :)
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janevok
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Time:2011-05-18 01:16 pm (UTC)
That's really useful information thank you! The quality of the liners after washing them is really important to us so we'll go with the paper version, you've been really helpful thank you.
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janevok
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Time:2011-05-18 10:24 am (UTC)
Just noticed Little Lamb do 2 different types of Liners, can you tell me which ones you use:

Viscose Liners
http://www.littlelambnappies.com/accessories/viscose-nappy-liners-littlelamb-flushable-viscose-nappy-liners

Paper Liners
http://www.littlelambnappies.com/accessories/littlelamb-flushable-paper-nappy-liners

thanks again.
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k425
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Time:2011-05-18 11:37 am (UTC)
I used flushable paper liners. I found that if they were only wet, they could go through a machine wash and be used again. For poos, they went straight in the loo. I'm cheapthrifty and bought whatever was cheapest at the time, or on 3-for-2 offers.
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janevok
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Time:2011-05-18 01:17 pm (UTC)
We've been washing our liners every since we started using cloth but after time they disintegrate in the washing machine :( We were going to get the cheapest but a review stating the ones I was going to buy were rough was a concern.
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k425
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Time:2011-05-19 12:25 pm (UTC)
I only ever washed them once, but that was a help!
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azure_dragon
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Time:2011-05-18 03:05 pm (UTC)
I like these: http://www.thenappylady.co.uk/public/productdetails.aspx?id=29&cat=4

IME they wash about 5-6 times before going holy, so you get a lot of use out of them for what you pay!
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wisemanharris
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Time:2011-05-19 09:09 am (UTC)
we use Popli liners
http://www.twinkleontheweb.co.uk/acatalog/details-08POPLI.html
they're not the cheapest but they do wash several times before they fall apart, and never had any problems flushing them. They're really soft and stay dry nicely.
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