100% Bamboo Nappy Liners
- 100% Bamboo
- 100% Biodegradable
Are they "flushable"?
That's a good question... there is much talk in the media about what can be flushed. Unfortunately, there is a lack of formal guidance by regulators on what is deemed "flushable". Our product has been independently tested and is 100% biodegradable, but without a clear definition of what authorities deem "flushable", we do not recommend flushing.
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The bamboo liners make for super easy nappy changes, pick up and throw away all the mess.
Loved the product and value for money. Highly recommended!
Baby is still EBF so the liners are great for keeping the bamboo insert that little bit cleaner before washing.
Best liners around. Much softer, stronger and better size than competitors. We are now onto second baby using traditional cloth nappies with Peapods liners.
Perfect thickness to protect the nappy inserts from newborn poo stains, but not too thick that it hinders absorbance. Also the perfect length for my nappies
This liner is perfect especially when you dealing with Number 2 !!! It's much easier and cleaner for both babba and us! Material is just perfect for baby skin!
I love the Pea Pods Bamboo Liners. I've been using them for 10 weeks and they make cleaning a breeze. Most of my little guys poo is disposed of on the liner, making the inserts and outers that bit easier to clean. They're silky smooth and must feel great on his skin, and their light weight means there's very little going into our waste. I plan on continuing to use these throughout our Pea Pods journey.
These liners are awesome in conjunction with the cloth nappies! They catch all the poop and are very easily exposed of by flushing! It allows you to easily rid of waste while leaving your cloth nappy almost untouched and much easier to store and clean! These are a must if you are committing to cloth nappies!
These liners are awesome and can definitely help with messy clean ups. However if your baby's poo is not fully solid, it's going to escape the liner and end up on the insert and sometimes the shell (if it's an explosion). I noticed these liners weren't needed for my newborn because she was solely breastfed and breastfed poo is 100% water soluble. Once my baby started solids and had very solid #2's, I became dependant on these liners because it would catch the #2's neatly and I could just throw the contents in the toilet before disposing of the liner. These liners have a high chance of shifting in the nappy so they're not very reliable in catching all solid waste, especially if the solid waste is runny. However it's better than not having anything there at all!