Flushable Diaper Liners

Lesley - posted on 07/22/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )




Anyone else use these? I love them!! I get the Kushies brand off walmart.com and have them shipped to the store for free. Once my son started solids I was a bit nervous about cleaning/dunking/spraying those poopy diapers but these are great. I cut them in half so they last twice as long and if he just peed I leave them on the diaper and wash and reuse. I bring my son to work so it makes it really easy and I'm not carrying around poopy diapers all day!


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Erika - posted on 09/03/2009




I started using the kushis biosoft liners when my daughter started solids. I have heard nothing but rave reviews of the liners. I don't know if I am totally sold yet. My daughter is still breastfed so her poop is like peanut butter. The liners catch some of the poop but not all so I still have to dunk and rinse the poop off diaper. Another thing is that the liner tends to get bunched up in diaper. I am still using them but am not totally sold yet.

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I use a roll of paper liners with my prefolds. I fold my nappy, then use a rectangle of fleece as a liner (which the poo just peels off if you use this alone), I then use a paper liner. If it is poopy you just unwrap this and flush. If it is only pee I bin the paper. I don't have a lot of faith in my plumbing. But I have also heard of people who rinse the paper and re-use it.

As I said the fleece alone works as a liner. I just bought some from a fabric store and cut rectangles. It doesn't stain and keeps the nappy really clean.

I've got pictures on my personal website:


Jocelyn - posted on 07/28/2009




i also use the kushies liners, BIG FAN! :) i love not having to deal directly with with poop lol

Naomi - posted on 07/25/2009




I use the imse vimse flushable liners... they work well too. also able to wash and reuse the pee ones. makes the transition from EBF poo to solids + much easier

I also have some cloth liners, completely reusable

Elizabeth - posted on 07/24/2009




I also use these. I get them from diapers.com and they will deliver free to the house on any order over $ 50

Lesley - posted on 07/23/2009




I got two 100-sheet rolls for $10. I cut them in half so it gives me 400 sheets and the ones that don't get pooped on I wash and reuse. They go a long way! I bought mine over two months ago and just started my second roll the other day.

Carole-Anne - posted on 07/23/2009




I don't use those, but am very curious about them. I also like the idea of not dealing with poop. How does the cost compare to disposables?

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