The Best Baby Diapers that Won't Leak
gDiapers gCloth Liners
3.62 / 5 based on 21 Reviews
Flushable Cloth Diaper Liners Take the Mess Out of Cloth Diapering Lay on top of gCloth inserts to catch the mess. Then flush it away. gCloth liners add convenience to cloth diapering. gDiapers cloth diaper flushable liners are perfectly sized to lay on top of gCloth inserts . They capture the poopy mess while the wetness passes through to be absorbed by the gCloth. No more rinsing out messy diapers. Flush the gCloth liner and put poop in the toilet, where it belongs. gCloth liners are soft and gentle on baby’s sensitive skin. Breathable, hypoallergenic, dye-free and fragrance-free. And gCloth liners are interfolded in a cute box, instead of a roll, to make cloth diaper changes fast and convenient. see more...
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gDiapers gCloth Liners
- "Just lay them on the cloth diaper, and when baby needs a change just dump the liner on the toilet because they're flushable and biodegradable." in 2 reviews
- "This is a great gateway diaper to cloth diapering, however for the price and work involved you might as well cloth diaper all the way." in 2 reviews
These are convenient and cheap. Helps poo clean up to be a bit easier. However unlike the cloth inserts these liners are not sized. So you have to do some folding to get them into the small diapers. They also aren't the softest.
I hate these liners. I bought them thinking they would make my life a little easier- WRONG. They dissolve so easily and if my child actually poops on the liner it (the liner) makes cleanup even worse. I bought a box well over a year ago and I still have that same box just sitting there still over half full.
I'm not really a fan of Gdiapers. What's the point of buying this cloth diaper when you still have to buy the paper inserts? Seems like it defeats the purpose of cloth diapering.
Very soft and easy to use. great to use as wipes with a little bit of water as well
They work pretty good with poop. Plus they are flushable. Only place could find local was Babies R Us which is a 45 minute drive from us. Wal-Mart carries them online but was cheaper and quicker just to make the drive to Babies r Us.
I used these with my son and ended up only using 5 squares. Even though the poop most of the time lifted up to throw away or in the toilet, to me it wasn't worth the extra time and cost than just rinsing the inserts, or throwing them in to my wet bag for the washing machine to take care of during the breastfeeding/formula stage. By the time my son was on solids the poo just fell off in a clump into the toilet so the liners weren't needed then either.
These were very helpful. My daughter was a power pooper and would destroy the diaper. These kept it somewhat at bay. It does exactly what it says.
We bought these to use with our Sunbaby cloth diapers. They're very easy to use! Just lay them on the cloth diaper, and when baby needs a change just dump the liner on the toilet because they're flushable and biodegradable. And the price is very good too!
My husband got me some to try but I returned them because they looked like the plastic liner would tear easily. most other cloth diaper systems are much more sturdy.
These do exactly what they say they do! Sometimes they get stuck to his skin, so I have to peel them off (which is kind of gross with a poopy diaper) but it does cut down spraying/dumping time.
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