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Bumkins Flushable Diaper Liner, Neutral, 100 Count, (Pack of 1)

$9.95


Our diaper inserts fit snugly inside soft cotton gPants

My youngest son has never been in a disposable diaper, and his skin is as sensitive as his brother’s, so I have no desire to try. These disposable cloth diaper inserts are usually marketed as “green” and/or organic/chemical-free. I would suspect that they would be more gentle to skin, but I’m sure you understand that I don’t want to use my son as a guinea pig, since I have no use for disposable diapers. In any case, I did still want to compare the inserts for those of you that might be interested.

My youngest son has never been in a disposable diaper, and his skin is as sensitive as his brother’s, so I have no desire to try. These disposable cloth diaper inserts are usually marketed as “green” and/or organic/chemical-free. I would suspect that they would be more gentle to skin, but I’m sure you understand that I don’t want to use my son as a guinea pig, since I have no use for disposable diapers. In any case, I did still want to compare the inserts for those of you that might be interested.

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    My youngest son has never been in a disposable diaper, and his skin is as sensitive as his brother’s, so I have no desire to try. These disposable cloth diaper inserts are usually marketed as “green” and/or organic/chemical-free. I would suspect that they would be more gentle to skin, but I’m sure you understand that I don’t want to use my son as a guinea pig, since I have no use for disposable diapers. In any case, I did still want to compare the inserts for those of you that might be interested.

    My youngest son has never been in a disposable diaper, and his skin is as sensitive as his brother’s, so I have no desire to try. These disposable cloth diaper inserts are usually marketed as “green” and/or organic/chemical-free. I would suspect that they would be more gentle to skin, but I’m sure you understand that I don’t want to use my son as a guinea pig, since I have no use for disposable diapers. In any case, I did still want to compare the inserts for those of you that might be interested.