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Product Description

Cloth liners add convenience to cloth diapering. gDiapers cloth diaper flushable liners are perfectly sized to lay on top of cloth inserts (sold separately). They capture the poopy mess while the wetness passes through to be absorbed by the cloth liner. No more rinsing out messy diapers. Flush the cloth liner and put poop in the toilet, where it belongs. Cloth liners are soft and gentle on baby's sensitive skin. Breathable, hypoallergenic, dye-free and fragrance-free. And cloth liners are interfolded in a box, instead of a roll, to make cloth diaper changes fast and convenient.

Features

  • Lay on top of gDiapers Cloth Inserts (sold separately) to catch the poopy mess while the wetness passes through to be absorbed by the layers of cloth
  • No more rinsing out messy diapers; flush the cloth liner and put poop in the toilet, where it belongs
  • Soft and gentle on baby's sensitive skin; breathable, hypoallergenic, dye-free and fragrance-free
  • Flushable Diaper Liner

Additional Info

069962

C271A5F4

816669010003

70002

0.7 pounds

6.5 x 5.7 x 4.7

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Average Customer Rating:

by PowerReviews
Down to Earth Designs 1010216gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count
 
3.4

(based on 18 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (4)

61%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good value (3)

Cons

  • Rough (4)

Best Uses

  • Infants (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • First time parent (13), Parent of two or more children (4)

Most Helpful Positive Review

 

Practical review - Great Liners

I was a little hesitant to buy these liners because the other reviews were not too flattering, however, they were the only ones I was able to get in-store. I needed them immediately,...Read complete review

I was a little hesitant to buy these liners because the other reviews were not too flattering, however, they were the only ones I was able to get in-store. I needed them immediately, and also didn't want to spend as much on shipping as a comparable product, plus the product, so I took a chance and got these.

I was very pleasantly surprised! And, I will continue to buy these liners for convenience and performance. Just to address concerns brought up by others, I'd like to mention that it is not reasonable to expect liners to take the place of a potty sprayer--they are two completely different things--and it is not cheaper to keep buying liners than to buy one potty sprayer. (Mine is the best thing ever as far as I am concerned!) And, to comment on the texture of the liner. It is not rough like a paper towel, it is stiff like a dryer sheet is fresh out of the box--if it wasn't it would completely fall apart once wet. It does not seem to bother my daughter whatsoever. She's 18 mo, so she can tell me if her diaper needs a change, etc. I have noticed that it can leave little pieces behind after a very wet diaper, usually only the overnights, which is totally understandable, and the pieces wipe right off with her normal wipes, so I don't see that as a problem.

Now, I will say that I don't use the full "G" diapering system, so I can't comment on how it works as part of the whole. I use regular cloth diapers and only need liners so I can use a diaper rash cream that is not otherwise suitable to use with cloth diapers. Though, there is also the nice benefit that it's easier to clean up diapers when we are not home with the potty sprayer.

Bottom line: these liners work great, aren't too expensive, and are nice and flushable. Do not expect them to take the place of a potty sprayer, or to keep the diaper clean enough to reuse without washing. (What?!) Be realistic, people! :)

(And, what is that mommy thinking that has to "pick them out of the diaper pail" because she can't flush them in the septic system? Why doesn't she separate them out of the laundry while she's changing the diaper? I must be missing something)

VS

Most Helpful Critical Review

 

Not very soft

These liners are very stiff and not soft at all. I didn't even know the different until I happened across another brand of liners - Bummis. These gdiaper liners feel like notebook paper compared...Read complete review

These liners are very stiff and not soft at all. I didn't even know the different until I happened across another brand of liners - Bummis. These gdiaper liners feel like notebook paper compared to the other brand. I don't feel comfortable having them rubbing against my baby's skin. Would not recommend.

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5.0

g diapers are the best!

By gram

from Greensboro, NC

About Me Grandparent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Use
  • Lightweight
  • Quality Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Use

    Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

    g diaper liners save so much time in laudering!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    Comment on this review

     
    4.0

    useful diaper covers

    By busybee

    from seattle

    About Me First Time Parent

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Infants

        Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

        These clothe diaper liners work very well at keeping my cloth gDiapers clean. Along the edges occasionally there are leaks onto the cloth diapers but it really does help prevent excess poo from entering the wash.

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        5.0

        these are a life saver

        By Kitty Kat

        from Mattawan MI

        About Me Parent of Two or More Children

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Bio Degratable
        • Cleaner
        • Easy to use
        • Good Value
        • Great Fit
        • Soft
        • Time Saving

        Cons

        • Leaks

        Best Uses

        • Crawlers
        • Infants
        • Preemies
        • Toddlers

        Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

        This product is wonderful, just place inside of cloth diaper, and if there is a mess, just simply lift and through into the toilet... I love that it is bio degradable...

        Comment on this review

         
        1.0

        terrible

        By nikki

        from indiana

        About Me Parent of Two or More Children

        Pros

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

              These are very rough and stiff. Also everytime I use them they get a ton of lint all over my sons bottom so I,have to get that all off. Try a different brand in my opinion. Im just going to stick to fleece reuseable liners.

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              4.0

              does the job

              By EB

              from Frederick, MD

              About Me First Time Parent

              See all my reviews

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Good Value
              • Highly Absorbent

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Infants

                Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

                I thought they would fit perfectly with the g cloth, but there's still some folding to be done (at least with smalls). I've also used them with Bum Genius diapers, and they work fine for them, too.

                Comment on this review

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                4.0

                Works well

                By Mom to Noodle and Meatball

                from So Cal

                About Me Parent of Two or More Children

                Pros

                • Fold Well
                • Good Value

                Cons

                • Stiff

                Best Uses

                • Crawlers
                • Infants
                • Preemies

                Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

                Picked these up from a recent trip to BRUS. We are currently cloth diapering our 5 week old. We are using g diapers with cloth inserts as well as pocket diapers. I never bought a sprayer and even though I am ok with cleaning poop my husband isn't and refused to change his diaper unless disposable, which defeats the purpose. But I saw these and thought it was a good deal for the amount. A little cost I was willing to make. I love that the poop sits on the liner but allows the urine to pass through to the insert. Yes out of the box they are rough like a dryer sheet. I would say they are exactly like the "wipes" they use in the hospitals after you have a baby. Once they are wet they are soft and pliable. My LO doesn't seem bothered by the texture of the liner. I love how I can grab it and go ( watching too much Jake and the Neverland Pirates) and flush it away. Also, when you cloth diaper you are not supposed to let any ointments or creams come in contact with the diapers as it could compromise the absorbency of the diaper and insert so they would always say cut up some fleece to create a barrier between the bum and the diaper but that is tedious and a pain and one more thing I have to continuously wash. This allows for cream application since it creates that same barrier. My LO rarely gets rashes but sometimes if he has frequent bowel movements his bum will get a little red from wiping so being able to put something on it helps. I know this isn't product related but I started using the Pampers Kandoo SENSITIVE wipes on my LO because those can be flushed too. We use them for our 3 year old and know they are just as effective. My LO has sensitive skin and it doesn't seem to bother him. Overall: They do the job and work well. I have heard Bummis are softer an are comparable in price and quantity. I will try those just to see but they are not sold everywhere so if you need something quick or live in an area where there aren't any boutiques the g Diapers will work great.

                Comment on this review

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Work fine; no complaints

                By Eric M.

                from New Carrollton

                About Me First Time Parent

                See all my reviews

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

                      These liners do pretty well at protecting our cloth gDiaper inserts from poops. That said, we try to avoid the cloth inserts when we 'expect' a poop and use the disposable inserts instead, since those seem to do a better job overall in minimizing messes.

                      Comment on this review

                      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                       
                      1.0

                      worse than dryer sheets.

                      By mom wanting comfy baby

                      from Rochester, NY

                      About Me First Time Parent

                      Pros

                      • Catches Poopie Mess

                      Cons

                      • Rougher Than Dryer Sheets

                      Best Uses

                        Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

                        These are awful. I bought these and used maybe 5 and got rid of them. They're so coarse on the babie's rear end, don't believe me? Put some on your bum yourself first! They're rougher than stiff dryer sheets. luckily my little one wasn't cruising on all fours yet when I tried them out on her or I'm sure she'd have gotten an abriased, red bum. If you're going to do cloth diapering, you're just going to have to face the fact that you need to a little more work for the benefit of a comfy, happier baby.

                        Comment on this review

                        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                         
                        5.0

                        Love

                        By 2moms

                        from Chandler, AZ

                        About Me First Time Parent

                        Pros

                        • Compact
                        • Easy to Assemble

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Infants
                          • Newborn

                          Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

                          I love these these. If reading the reviews please know these are flushable and not meant to be placed in the wash. If you toss them in the toilet they will disintegrate. gDiapers even has a stick to keep by the toilet. They are perfect for when you are out and about. I would rather use the cloth inserts, uses less money. Great buy and great to have on hand. Make sure you know how to use them.

                          Comment on this review

                          (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                           
                          5.0

                          Practical review - Great Liners

                          By Cloth Mommy

                          from Phoenix, AZ

                          About Me First Time Parent

                          Pros

                          • Enables Use Of Rash Cream
                          • Flushable
                          • Reasonably Priced

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Cloth Diaper Accessory

                            Comments about Down to Earth Designs 1010216 gDiapers Cloth Liners - 105 Count:

                            I was a little hesitant to buy these liners because the other reviews were not too flattering, however, they were the only ones I was able to get in-store. I needed them immediately, and also didn't want to spend as much on shipping as a comparable product, plus the product, so I took a chance and got these.

                            I was very pleasantly surprised! And, I will continue to buy these liners for convenience and performance. Just to address concerns brought up by others, I'd like to mention that it is not reasonable to expect liners to take the place of a potty sprayer--they are two completely different things--and it is not cheaper to keep buying liners than to buy one potty sprayer. (Mine is the best thing ever as far as I am concerned!) And, to comment on the texture of the liner. It is not rough like a paper towel, it is stiff like a dryer sheet is fresh out of the box--if it wasn't it would completely fall apart once wet. It does not seem to bother my daughter whatsoever. She's 18 mo, so she can tell me if her diaper needs a change, etc. I have noticed that it can leave little pieces behind after a very wet diaper, usually only the overnights, which is totally understandable, and the pieces wipe right off with her normal wipes, so I don't see that as a problem.

                            Now, I will say that I don't use the full "G" diapering system, so I can't comment on how it works as part of the whole. I use regular cloth diapers and only need liners so I can use a diaper rash cream that is not otherwise suitable to use with cloth diapers. Though, there is also the nice benefit that it's easier to clean up diapers when we are not home with the potty sprayer.

                            Bottom line: these liners work great, aren't too expensive, and are nice and flushable. Do not expect them to take the place of a potty sprayer, or to keep the diaper clean enough to reuse without washing. (What?!) Be realistic, people! :)

                            (And, what is that mommy thinking that has to "pick them out of the diaper pail" because she can't flush them in the septic system? Why doesn't she separate them out of the laundry while she's changing the diaper? I must be missing something)

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