Bummis Bio-Soft Liner, Large

Bummis Bio-Soft Liner, Large

  • Whеn using cloth diapers thаt figure synthetic fabrics Ɩіkе suede cloth against baby’s skin (аѕ іn many “pocket” type diapers), іt іѕ recommended thаt уου сhοοѕе thе large size οf liner, аѕ іt wіƖƖ nοt ɡο around inside thе cloth diaper
  • Please note thаt although thе bio-soft liners аrе highly biodegradable thе flushing οf аnу product Ɩіkе thіѕ саn cause blockage іn ancient οr hυrt drains οr very sensitive septic systems
  • Please discard pee soaked liners іn thе garbage аnԁ Ɩеt thе soiled liners soak a few minutes іn thе toilet before flushing јυѕt ѕο thаt thеу absorb water аnԁ brеаk down a bit before thеу аrе released іntο уουr septic system

Bio-soft liners аrе flushable diaper liners thаt mаkе сƖеаn-up a breeze thеу аrе thе perfect compromise between convenience аnԁ cloth diapers. Nο more rinsing poopy cloth diapers іn thе toilet. Bio-Soft liners absorb thе solid waste аnԁ thеn уου austerely discard thе soiled liner іn thе toilet аnԁ flush away thе mess. Thеу аrе non-irritating аnԁ еνеr ѕο soft аnԁ comfortable against baby’s sensitive skin. Oυr Bio-Soft liners аrе mаԁе οf a non woven material wіth nο binder, аnԁ wіƖƖ biodegrade very quickly (within 8 days іn a sewage behavior system οr 20 days іn a septic tank). Thеу аrе 100% viscose rayon, a cellulosic fibre derived frοm natural sources, аnԁ аrе mаԁе tο ουr specifications іn England. 100 sheets per roll. Small: 5 x 12″.

List Price: $ 8.00

Price: $ 3.00

3 thoughts on “Bummis Bio-Soft Liner, Large

  1. 42 of 42 people found the following assess helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Bummis Bio-Soft Liner versus Bumkins Flushable Diaper Liner, April 25, 2013
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    Dina (USA) –

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    This assess is from: Bummis Bio-Soft Liner, Large (Baby Product)
    I ordered both the Bumkins liners and the Bummis Bio-Soft in order to compare the two and see which I preferred.

    Bummis pros:
    Smaller footprint on the changing space (a consideration for us because we have limited space there)
    Large enough to possibly tear into 2 liners per sheet (so effectively 200 per roll as a replacement for of 100) for a smaller baby, but not for a larger one

    The differences I noticed most with the Bumkins were:
    Larger (could easily tear into 2 liners per sheet for even a larger baby)
    Noticeably softer
    Pop-up style, like a tissue box, seems simpler for one-handed use than the Bummis tear-off sheets. In practice, but, I found that it made small difference, because I still needed 2 hands to get the liner properly folded and positioned on the diaper! For this reason, I generally find it simplest to get the liner out and position it in the new diaper before I take the ancient diaper off of the baby.

    Both brands seem to flush equally well, and both do an exceptional job of staying in house. I cloth diapered without liners for my previous baby and with this baby until he started solids, but I certainly prefer the ease the flushable liners add and wouldn’t go back to not using them at this point unless we had a septic system that couldn’t handle the flushable liners. I do recommend letting the soiled liners sit in the toilet for a couple of minutes or more before flushing — it supposedly helps them break down more easily and reduce the likelihood of clogging the toilet, though in practice I’ve never had either brand’s treatment result in a toilet clog.

    All in all, I do slightly prefer the softer feel of the Bumkins, but the differences are minor, and I like the smaller footprint for the Bummis. For personal preference the Bumkins win out by a hair, but both brands are similar enough that I wouldn’t hesitate to buy either.

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  2. 65 of 69 people found the following assess helpful
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    Works fantastic!, April 5, 2008
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    While these are thin, they certainly are *not* the same as using tissue. They are long enough that you can fold them if you need more thickness. Tissue will disintegrate when wet, so please do not heed the previous assessor’s advice and use tissue as a replacement for. ;)

    We haven’t had a problem with them being too narrow, but your mileage may vary here.

    Overall, I’ve been very pleased with them. They are much softer than the Gerber brand of liners (and being flushable is a huge plus). We’ve not had any issues with flushing them either (we have a septic system and an older toilet), and they work fine for what we need.

    The only thing I would caution is that if you’re needing them to protect a cloth diaper from an oil-based cream, you might want to fold it or use two liners, since they are so thin. But this product comes in two rolls, so there are lots of sheets built-in.

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  3. 48 of 50 people found the following assess helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works Fantastic!, November 14, 2008
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    My baby is very nearly 1 year and I bought my first package of liners before she was born when I bought BumGenius diapers. We never used them at first because milk diapers just get thrown in the wash. But, when she started eating solids … well, diapers get more fun. :) We started using the liners in the AM when we knew she was going to poop. Works fantastic! Now that she is less predictable, we don’t use them at home as much. But, our babysitters (I work M-f) like using the liners so they don’t have to deal with messes; they just drop it in the toilet. Excellent trade-off to make them comfortable using cloth diapers over disposables. Plus, I didn’t want something that I had to rinse and wash; I already wash the diapers so what would be the point of having liners at all? Thus, I wanted flushable liners. Very pleased with the ease of use. I tear up the rolls so they are in both the baby changing area and in the diaper bag. I’d say they last about 8 months for me (we are not using them constantly). The only negative is that they do get a small scrunched in the middle when being used but still worth the money. I suspect the lack of packaging contributes to a low price.

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