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OsoCozy Flushable Diaper Liners - Make Cloth Diapering Convenient With Easy, Quick, Cloth Diaper Liners - Super Soft and Gentle on Baby's Skin

$8.00
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  • Bioliners should not be used as an absorbent layer in your Shell or other cloth diaper. They are designed to lay on top of your absorbent layer to help keep solids contained for easy clean-up!

    I LOVE the bio soft liners! I have used another brand of the liners in the past (they were given to me) and I found them to be like very cheap toilet paper. The worst part was when I flushed them down the toilet. They plugged up my toilet every time and I had to get out the plunger and make a mess. The Bio Soft liners are just what they say they are - soft and barely there. They make clean up a breeze and have never once plugged up my toilet. I also like that they come in 2 different sizes although I have only used the small ones - it's nice to have options.

  • Bioliners should not be used as an absorbent layer in your Shell or other cloth diaper. They are designed to lay on top of your absorbent layer to help keep solids contained for easy clean-up!

    Please note that the flushing of any biodegradable diaper liner may cause blockage in old or damaged drains and in sensitive septic systems. Please discard pee soaked liners in the garbage and to let the soiled liners soak a few minutes in the toilet before flushing just so that they absorb water and break down a bit before they are released into the system.

    Groups/Cohorts Assigned Interventions
    denture liners
    Evatouch Super (EVA; Neo Dental Chemical products, Washington, USA), GC RELINE (GCR; GC Dental Products Corp, Tokyo, Japan), Mucopren soft (MCP; Kettenbach GmbH & Co KG, California, USA) Soften (SFT; KAMEMIZU CHEM, Osaka, Japan), FD Soft (FDS; KAMEMIZU CHEM, Osaka, Japan), and Bio Liner (BIO; Nissin Dental Products, Kyoto, Japan).
    Other: Evatouch Super
    The deterioration of RDLs may differ between in vitro conditions and the conditions encountered in denture wearers. We conducted an in vivo study to investigate how resilient denture liners (RDLs) changed in hardness when embedded in complete maxillary dentures worn by patients for one month in a clinical setting. We hypothesized that the hardness one month after application of the RDLs would be affected by the age, the condition of the saliva, the occlusal force, type of denture used, the patients habits related to smoking, drinking, wearing dentures while sleeping, and using a denture cleanser.
    Other Names:
    • GC RELINE
    • Mucopren soft
    • Soften
    • FD Soft
    • Bio Liner

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    $6.50 per roll size small - 100 sheets per roll

    Each sheet measures 5x12 inches.

     

    "Bio" liners is short for biodegradable liners. Size large is no longer available. Size small is perfect for newborn meconium and for babies up to about 15 pounds. Liners are not necessary in cloth diapers, but many cloth diaper users do find that they make cleanup easier. Use in any kind of diaper. Simply flush the liner. Just like you should not flush tissues when you have a septic system, we believe that no liners on the market today, not even these, should be flushed into a septic system (yes, we know this is opinion is contrary to what several manufacturers suggest, check with your local septic service to learn more - but that said, if you must flush, these do degrade faster than some other brands). But these are just fine to flush into town or city systems or you can dispose of then in the trash if you prefer to do that. So even if you have a septic system at home, you many want to use liners to make clean up easy in public restrooms when you go out. Bummis liners are softer than some kinds so they scrunch side to side more inside the diaper. As with all diapering choices, there are tradeoffs.  Since these biodegrade more easily,  they are truly 1 use so don't put them in the washing machine. Discard peed on liners in the garbage and flush only the pooped on ones. They are supposed to degrade in 8 days in a sewage treatment system and 20 days in a septic, but even so we still do not recommend flushing any liners in a septic system. You are responsible for your own septic system. They are chlorine-free viscose rayon. Viscose rayon is a cellulostic fiber derived from natural sources. It is non-woven with no binders. Made in England for Bummis.

    Try pulling up from the middle for easy dispensing

     

    Bummis BioSoft Liner

    Bio-Soft liners are flushable diaper liners that make clean-up a breeze - they are the perfect compromise between convenience and cloth diapers. No more rinsing poopy cloth diapers in the toilet. Bio-Soft liners absorb the solid waste - and then you simply discard the soiled liner in the toilet and flush away the mess. They are non-irritating and ever so soft and comfortable against baby's sensitive skin.

    Bio-Soft linersare made of a non woven material with no binder, and will biodegrade very quickly (within 8 days in a sewage treatment system or 20 days in a septic tank). They are 100% viscose rayon, a cellulosic fibre derived from natural sources, and are made to specifications in England.

    100 sheets per roll.
    Small: 5 by 12 inches
    Large: 7.5 by 12 inches

    When using cloth diapers that feature synthetic fabrics like suede cloth against baby's skin (as in many "pocket" type diapers), it is recommended that you choose the large size of liner, as it will not move around inside the cloth diaper.

    Please note that although the Bio-soft liners are highly biodegradable - the flushing of any product like this can cause blockage in old or damaged drains or very sensitive septic systems. Please discard pee soaked liners in the garbage and let the soiled liners soak a few minutes in the toilet before flushing just so that they absorb water and break down a bit before they are released

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Anyone use the bio liners? Are they worth it? Or can you recommend good biodegradable liners. DD just had her first blueberry diaper and I feel it is going to be a long summer...