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  • Bambino Mio
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  • 03 / 06 / 2023

Leave things a whole lot cleaner at change time with these handy poopp-catching helpers.

What are diaper liners?

Liners catch poopp and reduce the staining of your diapers. They also act as an additional barrier to keep your baby’s skin dry.

We have two types of diaper liners in our range. Messless liners are plant-based and can be thrown away after each diaper change. Revolutionary Reusable liners can be washed with your diapers and used again and again.

Are liners necessary?

No, this is a personal preference most people find that it makes change-time easier and reduces the staining of your diapers. While your baby is tiny and exclusively milk-fed, you may not need to use a liner at all. In the early days, their poop will be much less solid and will be absorbed by the core of the diaper.

When is a good time to start using liners?

As your baby grows and needs more milk, they will begin to produce more poo and wee. When you start to wean them onto solid foods, their poop will change in consistency and a liner will allow you to be able to lift the poop out of the diaper and throw it down the toilet.

How do I use liners?

  1. To begin with, place one-liner flat on top of the nappy, being careful not to fold.
  2. At change time, tip the poop down the loo and lift off the liner. If it’s a Messless liner you can pop it in the waste bin but please don’t flush it (your loo will thank you). If it’s a Revolutionary Reusable liner, store it away with your diapers until wash day.
  3. Replace the liner at every diaper change, not forgetting to pat yourself on the back.