The Nappy Lady Ltd

Silk Nappy Liner by Disana

(7 Reviews)
£4.49  VAT Free
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Product Details

Disana Silk Nappy Liners Overview

Silk Nappy Liners by Disana are the ultimate nappy liner if you have a child with very sensitive skin.

Silk is a moisture wicking material that keeps baby's skin dry. Silk has natural anti bacterial properties to help prevent yeast infections and nappy rash

Silk is not a nappy liner i'd expect you to use all the time (if ever) but it can be just the thing you need if your little one is struggling during teething.


45 x 15cm  Normally folded in half or smaller depending on the nappy  they are being used in.

Disana silk liners are sold singly

Washing Silk Liners

Disana silk nappy liners should be be hand washed.

Some people use a VERY delicate hand wash cycle in their machine but this must be done with caution and at your own risk.

Washing water should be cool.

Liner Fabric

100% Raw Silk.  Raw silk isn't like a silk shirt material but silk in it's raw textured form.

Nappy Rash

We sell very few of these - I think that`s a reflection of the low levels of nappy rash our customers experience, because of the informed approach they take to identifying and solving the basic cause. That`s where both the information on this website and our trouble shooting advice service come in useful. Read our article from Dr Kiran Rahim about nappy rash

Let me just say it one more time: nappy rash should be the exception not the norm. It occurs either due to a specific cause which can be identified and eliminated, or it is a temporary condition related to teething, which can be alleviated by silk liners such as these and by using a nice soothing wash.


Learn more about your nappy liner choices in our nappy advice article Do I need a liner in a reusable nappy?





Raw Silk
45 x 15cm
Made In
Care & Warranty

Disana Care Guide

  • Prewash cotton nappies twice once before first use.
  • Remove all solid waste before washing cotton nappies
  • Remove any inserts from covers so they can thoroughly washed
  • Don't overload your machine.
  • Put your cotton nappies through a rinse cycle before the main wash
  • You can wash your cotton nappies at 40 or 60 deg using a full dose of detergent
  • Use a long cotton wash. Cotton nappies love a long wash
  • No harsh stain removers or bleach on cotton nappies or wool wraps.
  • No fabric softeners. They will reduce absorbency.
  • Ideally line dry or tumble dry cotton nappies on warm.


Disana Wool Covers must not be machine washed. Follow wool products instructions found here.


Disana Warranty

If you believe you have a faulty Disana product please contact The Nappy Lady with details of the fault and photos and we will liaise with Disana so they can assess your warranty claim.

Disana's decision on any warranty claim is final.


Customer Reviews
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7 Reviews:

Keeps bottoms cooler than fleece
21 May 2020  | 

Not sure if my son’s nappy rash is ‘extreme’ enough for these liners to make a difference?
They are however much cooler against his skin than the fleece ones.

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hard to wash
28 February 2020  | 

I haven't used these enough as I have been put off with the washing. I don't feel hand washing is good enough to get out poo!

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Very good alternative to fleece or disposable liners
31 January 2019  | 

I’ve been happy using these liners as my baby is allergic to fleece. Only down side is the separate washing, but they are quick and easy to wash (even with a no 2!) and surprisingly quick to dry, even on a normal airer, indoors in winter! Planning on buying more when my paper liners are running out.

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water resistant? and stains like no other fabric
07 December 2018  | 

I bought two of these to try out and i really dont get these. i washed them and used them on my baby's nappy, she pooped and it stained so badly. i always first wash by hand and then the in the washer once all stained are gone for my nappies but with these wont like a tea stain. also i tried to test it when dry by spilling some water on it but it made a big water droplet and moved around. didn't wick at all! have you guys tested this? do you do anything to make it wick? if baby has a rash i would rather go with a wool cover and cotton or hemp nappy or liner

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Lovely Liners
12 July 2017  | 

I use these as everyday regular liners as a way to avoid fleece. They work well but are (like most paper liners) an odd shape - too wide and short. I wash in with my nappies because there's no way I'm handwashing a nappy liner even if it is silk. They seem fine for my purposes and survive tumble drying (although I know this violates all the guarantee terms etc) An expensive but natural alternative to fleece or single use liners. No nappy rash ever using cloth nappies and service from the Nappy Lady is always top notch.

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Great for sore bums
11 April 2017  | 

I bought this as I've used them before for nappy rash, it's a wonderful natural way to treat inflamed skin. The soreness had gone down after a couple of hours of this being against the skin. I wash in a normal nappy wash with no problems using bio powder or now our eco egg. Great product great price

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12 November 2016  | 

I bought many of these as I believe that natural materials are always best for baby. My daughter also suffers from excema so I thought that these would help. I am very pleased with the result. Nappy rash is rare now and it also helps her excema. The only downside is that poo stains stick very badly on the liner so they become stained really easily and you can only wash by hand. When I change her bottom is totally dry! The liner really does do what it says.

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