6.26.2012

Cloth Diaper Accessories: Flushable Liners...My thoughts and a giveaway!

I love my diaper sprayer. I use it all the time. It really makes clean up easier and helps prevents stains. Any diaper sprayer fans out there? But what do you do when you don't have access to a diaper sprayer? Introducing, flushable liners!  There are two times that I can think of that flushable liners make cloth diapering easier. 

Traveling: I miss my diaper sprayer when we travel. I can't expect all of my friends and family to install diaper sprayers in their house when we visit. So what am I supposed to do? There's always an outside hose or even a shower head to spray with, but liners are so much easier! Just lay a flushable liner in each diaper and you don't have to worry about missing your sprayer and can enjoy your vacation! 

Running errands: I try to run a lot of errands on the same day. I don't like to waste the gas going on daily trips. This means we are gone for a good portion of the day and I can expect at least one poopy diaper while we're gone. Nothing is grosser than returning home with a wet bag full of poop. Flushable liners are a great solution! You can flush the waste in the public bathroom and forget about it. No need to worry with stinky, old poop later. What a relief!

This week I've teamed up the Cloth Diaper Geek and EcoSprout to give you a chance to win 2 rolls of EcoSprout's Eco-Bottom Liners. You can enter here and on the Cloth Diaper Geek's blog.

Be sure to read the contest terms and conditions on the Rafflecopter. Open to USA only.

Have you tried flushable liners in your diapers? What is your favorite thing about them? They are super soft and a great deal at only $8.95 for a roll of 100.

a Rafflecopter giveaway



39 comments:

  1. Yes, I do use flushable liners

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  2. have not tried any liners yet but we have been thinking about it

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  3. we use them or I like to call them poo poo ctachers...they do not always get all the pooh...my 2.5 year olds poop is normally not that solid...he prob eats too many grains...but they are still totally worth it and if hubby or eldest son forget to put one in and we have a poopy I am not a happy mommy...

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  4. I've tried the reusable liners, but never tried the throwaway ones. They would definitely come in handy while running errands.

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  5. I just started using the Bummis Bio Soft liners. I really like them.

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  6. i love flushable liners!

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  7. i have not tried but plan to when my son starts solid food

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  8. They are great for when you aren't at home.

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  9. Not tried them, because I've not diapered yet! LO due 9/1. <3

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  10. Never tried them but would be glad to as my daughter is eating solids now.
    -UmmAayah

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  11. I have tried GroVia Bioliners and I love them! Would love to try these too!

    cmcosman at yahoo dot com

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  12. nope never tried anything that's flushable or hybrid other than the flip covers, but I don't use the inserts

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  13. I have tried two other brands of linees, but still in search of the perfect one.

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  14. I have never tried them. I actually haven't started CD yet because DS is due in August.

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  15. nope, but I see how they would be nice when we start solids

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  16. Yes I have tried and do use them. I have tried the Bummis, applecheeks, and tiny tush. They work well for me.
    morales_y at yahoo dot com

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  17. I haven't! I'm so excited to try! :)

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  18. I have not tried flushable liners yet. I've tried disposable Charlie Banana ones though and didn't like how huge they were.

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  19. DH uses them every time, but he doesn't spray poop lol.

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  20. Never tried them, but I'd love to!!

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  21. i have not tried YET but am very interested in trying them. its a bit overwhelming with all the different brands. wish they would have them in smaller packaging as it would help me determine where to start. Winning this would go along way in my exploration.

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  22. I haven't yet, but I would love to try it out!

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  23. Have not tried liners yet, but I would love too!

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  24. I too like to get all of my errands in one day. What a great price to make this easier!

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  25. Use liners all the time and love them! Don't have a sprayer so I rely on the liners for easy clean ups

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  26. I use a mix of flushable and fleece liners :)

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  27. I have not used liners yet
    Chelsea O

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  28. I've tried I think Grovias & wasn't too impressed.

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  29. I think this is awesome and way easy. Awesome liners

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  30. Never tried but would love too!

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  31. I have not tried them yet, but would like to.

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  32. I like flushable liners for those rare occasions when my daughter has a diaper rash that only desitin will clear up. it keeps it off of my diapers!

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