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AIBU reusable nappy liners (disposable) recommendations. Wasn't sure where to post

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oceangoingflan Sat 08-Apr-17 22:11:34

I need to order some asap, where do you get good ones?
So far I've had:

got them thru a nappy advisor, they are the best but she no longer stocks them and the charge for postage from Europe is v high (I am in the uk)

absolute joke, thin material and thin cut so poo goes over the side

crap, went all bitty, bits came off and stuck to babies bum and were a nightmare to get off

hope my reviews are useful to someone at least!

starpatch Sat 08-Apr-17 22:13:18

I thought the mothercare ones were fine and very reasonable

gammaraystar Sat 08-Apr-17 22:14:07

Fleece ones are better.

oceangoingflan Sat 08-Apr-17 22:30:50

I need disposable ones sorry, too much on my plate (won't bore you with details) to not be using disposables

I use a fleece to wick away the moisture as baby isn't ready for potty training I don't think.

Will have a look at mothercare ones.
Any other tips anyone?

SidneyBristow Sat 08-Apr-17 22:53:12

Milliners are great, usually find them pretty easily at Waitrose,nand often on offer

SidneyBristow Sat 08-Apr-17 22:54:02

Typing fail!

knockedover Sat 08-Apr-17 22:56:28

We're using miosolo, so far so good!

Winegumaddict Sat 08-Apr-17 23:01:58

I use mioliners too I love them I get them online.

UpLighter Sat 08-Apr-17 23:14:59

It's a thumbs up for the mio from us too.

FoofFighter Sat 08-Apr-17 23:15:46

Surprisingly Tesco sell some that are ace. Found near the toddler toilet training wipes Ina green packet

oceangoingflan Sat 08-Apr-17 23:22:12

thanks everyone
the mio ones seem to be the ones on the mothercare website :-)
but Tesco, that's really surprised me! I'll have to pop in asap

mrsdiddlydoo Sat 08-Apr-17 23:27:41

Little lamb paper liners.

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