Oh, ok. The brand is modern baby nappies (old style) and they're two parts with a soft bit and a wrap. The liners are paper (they're actually like tumble dryer sheets). Can you really wash them? Also, do I fold the liner or what?
I always flush pooey ones and wash and re-use wet ones. I don't think you should fold them (there is a good reason, I read it somewhere but can't remember!!) I always let the liner poke out of the legs of the cloth bit of the nappy (which means you can be pretty certain no poo gets onto the actual nappy ), but then make sure any paper is tucked inside the wrap. Hope that makes sense.
Sometimes DD does a poo but her nappy is completely dry as she hasn't wee'd. In that case (especially if I'm out and about) provided no poo has squidged onto the nappy I'll just take out and flush the paper liner and put in another liner but leave the same nappy on.
sorry was nappy hunting elsewhere - apparently it can be too much of a barrier and stop the wetness soaking through to the nappy. Definitely says don't fold on the Junior Joy packet and I have seen it on a couple of other brands too.