When your baby soils a diaper remove the
disposable liner and place it in the toilet.
If your baby wets the diaper only, you can toss the wet liner into the
toilet or the garbage. Some parents have
reported that they were able to wash and reuse the disposable liners that were
The Kushies Flushable
Biodegradable Diaper Liners come in a toilet-paper-style roll of 100 sheets that individually tear off. The Bummis Bio-Soft Liners are made from 100% viscose rayon and come in a
roll of 100. They are available in two
sizes to fit infant and toddler cloth diapers.
The soft and comfortable viscose rayon in the OsoCozy Flushable Diaper
Liners also comes in a roll of 100. Imse Vimse makes two sizes of flushable
liners: Imse Vimse Baby Flushable Liners and the Imse Vimse Toddler Flushable Liners. The
smaller size comes in a pack of 200 while the toddler size comes in a pack of
100. The Imse Vimse Liners are an
all-natural unbleached paper product.
Disposable liners may not work for some
septic systems or houses with older plumbing.
If you want to use them with a septic system or with older plumbing it
is highly recommended that you allow the soiled liners to soak several minutes
before flushing. The liners that are wet
should be thrown away in the garbage.
Check out the different disposable liners
and read the reviews written by parents who have used the products. Maybe you will also discover that disposable
liners make cloth diapering a little bit easier.