Diaper liner or fleece liner?
At first glance the handling of poop in a cloth diaper can seem rather troublesome but it can become a lot easier than you might think, especially if you use diaper liners or fleece liners. Both have the advantage of “catching” the poop, thereby making it much easier to remove.
A diaper liner is simply thrown into the garbage bin together with the poop, whereas a fleece liner can be washed and used again and again.
A fleece liner on the top of the diaper catches the poop while simultaneously giving a dry feeling towards the skin.
As said above, the fleece liner is easy to take out of the diaper and hold down into the toilet while you flush. It is also easy to rinse with the shower handle. The poop is easier to remove from the fleece liner because it is made of a material (polyester fleece) which does not absorb liquid.
So, the fleece liner can be washed together with the cloth diapers and used again. A convenient choice!
The diaper liner (e.g., bamboo paper) is put on the top of the diaper and when poop has “arrived”, it is thrown into the garbage bin (not the toilet). However, if there is no poop on it then the diaper liner can be washed a couple of times and reused.
We recommend that you finish changing your baby before you begin to handle the diaper with poop — it can wait until your baby lies a secure place.