Little Lamb paper nappy liners do not feel like paper at all. They are soft and do not catch on your hands like some of the other liners can.
The Little Lamb disposable liners let any liquid soak through into the nappy, but catch the poo so when it comes to nappy changing you can pick up the liner and dispose of the whole thing (poo included) into the bin. Little Lamb nappy liners are thin liners so best for weaned babies as we find liquid poo can pass through too easily or they get scrunched up.
Customers have commented on how well they keep baby feeling dry even though the nappy is wet. For the quality of these liners they are very reasonably priced
They come on a roll of 100 and fit the majority of all nappies not just Little Lamb.
The Little Lamb liners must not be folded and only one used per nappy.
Place the nappy liner on top of the nappy next to the baby's bottom. After using, bag and bin the liner. Do not flush down the toilet!
They are:100% Biodegradable, non Chlorine Bleached, Recycled from preconsumer scrap waste.
Disposable liners are made from a non woven ( this means bonded ) Polylactic acid ( polylactide or PLA ). Polylactic acid is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable biomass, typically from fermented plant starch such as from corn, cassava, sugarcane or sugar beet pulp. PLA is very environmentally friendly material since it is made from renewable resource. Plastics products may take up to thousand years to compost, PLA products compost within 3-6 months in a composting system.
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I bought these to replace the recently discontinued ultra liner. They work really well, have a light soft feel and they are definitely washable. But I find with my child and with our fuzzybunz nappies they bunch a bit in middle and they are too short for older baby maybe over 8 months or so (mine is 14months and because they donâ€™t cover the whole nappy sometimes poo leaks forward onto the uncovered partâ€¦ asides from these things though itâ€™s very strong and good at catching poop
These liners are v thin and so if there is a poo it doesn't seem to catch much of it as it is crumpled up or in a different place therefore becoming quite ineffective. Also I have wondered whether they cause more skin irritation as it seems to have come back whilst using these again as I bought a few different ones to try. Good point is the roll is small so easy to carry around.
These are much wider than the other makes i had been using and catch more poo in the edges of the nappy (!)Can also wash and reuse. Great product!
These are good quality and much better at catching solids than others we've tried. They can be rinsed and reused if only wet.
Good wide liners so collect everything. Feel very soft and comfortable against skin.
The liners are great. It takes maybe a few times to learn how to best place them in the nappy so they don't scrunch up, but once you've got a system, they successfully catch most of every poo and it's easy to put in the toilet.
We use these liners with Teddy nappies and Bamboozle overnight nappies and we found they work really well, and contain everything. They can even be washed and re-usued if they are unsoiled. We previously used the Bambinex liners but found that there was often some BM escapage around the thigh. This is much less common with these wider liners.
Really pleased with these liners. They hold their form in the nappy, but are fully biodegradable so can be flushed down the toilet. Great price too.
I find this too wide for little lamb nappies but too narrow if cut in half. In the packaging it says there are not flushable so I'd rather not risk it. I found even my weaned baby's poos pass through the linner a little bit. It's true that I come from using a very different liners for a long time but I don't think I'll get used to these ones, I don't think I'm buying them next time.
Had previously used some bamboo liners in a box, but now trying these I'll stick with them. Do the job perfectly. A bit hard to tear off the roll one handed, if you have a wriggled you're holding down but that's the only negative.
I use these for my newborn currently. They catch some of the poo and flush well. I'm hoping they will be more effective with firmer poos?
If your after a disposable liner that washes well then this is the liner for you. I like to be able to just chuck the poet ines and not need to worry about washing them out. These are not as long as some liners, but a little wider which we find helps catch the poo better, down side is you need to make sure not escaping out the side of nappy and can bunch up if baby/toddler wriggles a lot while being changed. They do take a bit of perseverance to get used to , but with two in nappies they are worth trying as wash so well.
Good liner, does exactly what it should, traps solids and let's liquids through. It's nice and soft. It's a little wide at the moment for our little one but it's easy to fold the sides around the flaps of her bumgenius freetimes and this actually helps keep the liner in place and stops it poking out of the legs of her nappy.
Previously using mio liners, but tried these. They are so much softer - really like them! Have only tried on a weaned baby, so can’t comment on how they’d cope with liquid poo. But really recommend for a weaned baby.
We got these because the Ultra Liners were out of stock but we didn't like them. They were quite light and flimsy so would often float out of position during a nappy change and when the toddler was not on board with the idea of having his nappy changed this made it very difficult!They also clearly are not flushable which was an extra hassle.On the plus side, they washed really well and can stand a few uses and they were large enough to contain everything. However, for us, once the Ultra Liners came back in stock we switched back to them.
Good products and good service in delivering
Easy to uger and good quality
Disappointed in these that are not paper based so will not decompose if flushed (and may lead to blocked drains). They also don't look too comfy as I think it causes more sweating against the skin.
All disposable liners now have the advice to dispose rather than flush. Many people have flushed some brands for many years without problems but to prevent blockages it best to dispose of these or use fleece liners. We have never had any problems with causing rashes or heat.
We tried these liners as the ultra liners were out of stock - I would say these aren't as good but for the price they are worth it! As suggested, better for weaned babies with more solid deliveries... We've washed the ones which are just wet and they come out fine from the washing machine so they can be used a few times each too.
handles most poo! and really useful to be able to flush away. Only recommendation would be a slightly longer size
Could do with just slightly bigger size. Just to say to all who think otherwise - NONE OF THE LINERS ARE FLUSHABLE! Even if they say they are. Just because its paper, doesn't make them flushable, same as paper towels. Just use doggie/nappie bag.
These are excellent, and if no poo, can wash and reuse them!
Do just the trick and can go through the wash a few times for a few extra uses!
Little lamb paper liners - nice and soft, not too long for the little lamb pocket nappy, I wash the non-pooey liners and re-use. Flushable. I've had no problems and use in all my nappies.
Much too wide for Charlie banana nappies, but too narrow cut in half. Good quality though and fit bumbles nicely. I have washed some of these multiple times when they are not pooey and they wash well suggesting that they really should not be flushed!Excellent service from nappy lady as usual.
I much prefer these to the others I have used - they are really thin and soft whereas the others were rather rough. My baby is still on milk so I I am not sure how they work for an active toddler/proper poo but so far I recommend them. Plus they do say they are 100% paper and therefore flushable
Bought these as my daughter had awful nappy rash constantly in disposables and cloth (turns out she has allergies!), meant I could use metanium without ruining the nappies!
Really like this product, very gentle to the baby skin...
I find them quite thin and more of a one use liner, prefer the viscose liners.
These are great liners for an older child. We were using the paper liners, which were good for when our son was younger, but he is now 18 months and these shorter liners are lovely. They feel soft and are very thin and lightweight, so more comfortable for an active child. We have successfully washed and reused them too!
Good product good service. The liners fold a bit with the cloth nappies I use but that is to be expected.
Bought these as they were quite a bit cheaper than ultra liners but got me they were quite disappointing - too small to be sure of collecting all solids, and although they wick very nicely (to be dry against baby's skin), the material is so flimsy that it gathers up in the nappy. It also snags on my Velcro fingertips (6 months in and my hands are still as dry as sandpaper!). Have gone back to the ultra liners which are soft and wash well many times over so vfm is pretty good !
These are great - softer than other brands. They also wash well which means we get a few uses out of them when nappies are just wet.
These are brilliant.Very wide and the right length. They also wash brilliantly so can be used many times over (if the nappy was just a wet one!)They don't always catch all of the mess, but that's more to do with the consistency of what comes out than what it lands on!I haven't flushed these, since they are still so sturdy after going through the wash, but an airtight bin does the job!Great value for money if you reuse the wet-not-dirty ones!
These are thick and keep liquid away from skin, also wide so they catch all poo. We like them
They don't bunch up and they're made from good material. My favourite liners by far
These liners are strong - they make it through the wash no trouble so I often reuse them. I don't flush them as I'm sure they don't dissolve even though they are 'paper' liners. They're lovely and soft and seem to do the job.
Softer than other paper liners I've used and will withstand a few washes in the washing machine. Because of this I'm not keen on flushing them down the toilet, but this is fine as they can just go in the bin instead. They seem to do a pretty good job of keeping the wetness away from the baby's bottom too.
They are big enough.
These aren't the cheapest liners on the market, but I wash them with the nappies if she's just done an pee and they dry easily and can be reused many times, which works out much cheaper in the end
I have yet to try any other liner but these seem really good. They keep (almost) everything really serious in the liner. I read somewhere they are washable with the nappy boosters too, which makes them even better value for money.
Got the pack of 10 nappies, brilliant price so cant really complain. My little one was quite big (over 8 pounds) as a newborn, but they seem a bit too bulky to use on her little bum however, much better and smaller than the ones I got from mothercare which are supposed to be one size too. Overall very good service and Im sure we will grow into the nappies within a week or so.
These liners are nice and soft and can even reuse once used of not soiled. The liners are quite wide, however I prefer this as you get to customise according to the size of your nappies. Would purchase again.
I've never used liners before but wanted something to protect the nappies when using cream. These have done the job, they're nice and soft and also seem to keep some of the moisture away from babys bum. They're also very handy for getting the poo out of a nappy so I'm very happy with my purchase. They do occasionally crumple and stick to her bum but I can live with that.
Having nothing to compare these too, they do exactly as I had hoped/expected. Only 4 stars because I do not agree that anything that can survive three trips through a washing machine should be flushed down a toilet.
I was very impressed with these liners. They are bigger than all of the nappies I'm using but this isn't a propblem. Makes changing very easy and I am hesitant to try others.
I chose these liners after buying the trial pack of different liners (which is fantastic) and found these the best for us. They catch the poo and let wee through, my son's bottom stays dry and they are easy to dispose of. It would have been a five star rating but I find these come up a little too short for us so sometimes don't catch everything! Other than that very good.
These liners keep baby's bottom dry and comfortable. He had nappy rash before we began to use these but it healed quickly once with the Little Lamb liners against his skin protecting him. We think it is money well spent. In addition, they contain well and because they are flushable, they are easy to dispose of. They are also very good at protecting the nappies from staining.
These are great value. They are really soft against baby's skin, and form an excellent and effective barrier between the nappy and the poo.
These don't creap up my baby's bum, as others I have tried.
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