Diaper liners keep baby's bottom comfortable and your diapers clean! Our reusable liners feature one layer of athletic wicking jersey and one layer of fleece. You choose which side to use nearest baby's bottom! Both materials offer easy, simple clean up for baby's solid waste, and also wick moisture away from baby's bottom to keep that cute bum dry and rash free. Simply place the liner on top of the inside of the diaper before you put it on baby, and when it comes time to spray or remove any solid waste, clean the liner instead of the whole diaper. Unlike disposable liners that may not fully biodegrade, you can use these liners over and over! Just toss them in with your cloth diaper laundry and they're ready for use again!
Sold in a 3 or 6 pack
12" x 5.5"
One layer athletic wicking jersey, one layer fleece
Wash and dry all fleece liners at least once before use. This will help wash away natural oils that minimize absorption.
Before Washing Soiled Wipes
Remove/shake solids into the toilet at each diaper change.
Place soiled diapers, inserts, cloth wipes, and liners into a dry pail or wet bag until laundry day. Do not soak.
For Every Wash Cycle
Pre-wash: Warm wash, shortest cycle, with minimal or no detergent. This will help lift stains and rinse away residual waste.
Main wash: Hot wash, heavy cycle, with detergent and extra rinse.
Dry: Tumble dry on low or hang dry.
Wash around 12-18 one size diapers (plus inserts, wipes, fleece liners, pail liner and wet bags) in each load.
Wash every 2 to 3 days after use.
Do NOT use fabric softener, bleach or dryer sheets.
Only use cloth diaper-safe creams on your baby.
Air drying in direct sunlight is the best way to dry and disinfect diapers, inserts, wipes, and liners, and also to get rid of stains! However, do not leave them in direct sunlight for longer than necessary; the powerful UV rays and high temperatures may be damaging.
For more information on washing and care, click here.
Our diapers are CPSIA (Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act) and CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) compliant, which means that they are safe for children, do not contain harmful metals and chemicals, and have passed testing at a CPSC-accepted testing lab, if applicable.
Our fleece liners are responsibly made in Michigan. We work only with manufacturers who operate under the Fair Labor Association Workplace Code of Conduct, which ensures a safe and healthy workplace setting, fair wages, and standard, regulated work hours.
We manufacture our products in small batches to minimize waste.
We also do our best to utilize tags and packaging made from plant-based and recycled materials, and minimally package our products with eco-friendly supplies.
Giving back to our Hawaiʻi community is an integral part of our values and our mission. Learn more about how we support our community here.