No dunking or swishing your cloth diapers!
GroVia BioLiners allow moisture to pass through while keeping your baby's skin dry, and keep solids contained for easy clean-up!
Simply remove the liner and toss. If you choose to flush please remember you are responsible for the capacity of your plumbing or septic system!
200 Unscented, 100% Natural Liners
GroVia® BioLiners® are made from Ingeo™ Fibers, a renewable fiber free of harsh synthetic chemicals and preservatives.
Bioliners should not be used as an absorbent layer in your Shell or other cloth diaper. They are designed to lay on top of your absorbent layer to help keep solids contained for easy clean-up!
Ingredients: 100% Ingeo PLA.
Individual Sheet Size: 7.5" W x 12" H
Fairly and conscientiously made in China.
My LO is only 3 mo old, so for her poops this is merely a strainer on mostly seedy poos. These don't really catch much and i wonder if they contribute to the poops going more on the sides and shells than the big soaker pads in place?
Further more, they are quite large, I have to fold them in 3rds to get them to fit in properly..which is just a bit time consuming. Wish they were a bit smaller or shaped to fit the diaper better, they are just large rectangles.
Also, they feel like silky mesh, not really soft but not rough either. Feel like the texture could be nicer for the baby bottom, though thankfully she isn't complaining.
Will use because I have them but would look elsewhere once I'm done with these.
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback! In general, BioLiners are best with babies starting to eat solid food. Liquids are meant to pass through. For sizing the easiest way is to simply wrap the BioLiner around the Soaker or fold them in half. More coverage is always better!!
These make me feel ready to start solids soon and continue cloth diapering
These liners made it doable for us to continue cloth diapering after solid foods, even at daycare. When there's poop, just lift out and toss, no need to spray or scrape or soak. When it's just a wet diaper, we put the liners through the wash with everything else (not the dryer though). They hold up for a few uses, making them even more economical and environmentally friendly.