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Hello everyone! I was wondering about liners.
My baby is 4 months old and she will start solids soon and I know her poop will change and it won't be the easy to wash away breast milk poop.
See, I don't like to store the dirty diapers... dirty! I normally rise and almost wash by hand the prefolds, pocket shells and inserts before putting them in the diaper pail. So... this process is easier with breast milk poop, but with solids its a different story. I'm thinking maybe I'll make thing simple by using liners.
So the question is, Which is the best brand, do I use reusable or biodegradable?
Old t-shirts cut into strips make great liners... just don't flush them.
I also like Bummis Bio-soft flushable liners. We use these for daycare.
As far as disposable liners go I have been told by Majaliwa owner of Pooters Diapers that Motherease are the best
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Christian homeschooling mom to 5 children
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