Nappy liners are designed to lay inside your reusable nappies, providing an effective layer to make disposal of solids easier. Liners can be disposable or reusable, depending on your personal preference.
Disposable Nappy Liners are usually made from paper or cellulose material, and can be simply laid inside any reusable nappy to catch solids. These can then be disposed of at nappy change time, and should be discarded in a bin rather than flushed. They are handy to have, even if you don't use them all of the time, and can be particularly useful around the weaning stage. If you need to use a nappy rash or barrier cream, it is a good idea to use a nappy liner to protect any transfer onto your nappies which might affect their absorbency.
Reusable Nappy Liners are made from stay-dry materials, such as polyester or micro-fleece and can be used inside your reusable nappies to create a stay-dry layer next to the skin. Poo will tend to come off these liners pretty easily and can make change time and poo disposal easier. If you do have any stubborn remains you can hold the liner in the toilet bowl, and flush (just make sure you have a good hold of the liner!)
We find that the Tots Bots Nappy Liners are a particularly good size and shape for most reusable nappies, and our most popular reusable nappy liner are the Little Lamb Liners- when you feel how luxuriously soft they are you'll understand why!