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Fancypants Flushable Nappy Liners

Fancypants Flushable Nappy Liners


Pack of 100

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Weight 0.4 kg

Community Development

Good Value

All Natural



Made by Mom

Made in SA


Toxin Free


Positive Development


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Flushable Nappy Liners make cloth diapering clean-ups a breeze to handle. They also aid in preventing stains on your cloth nappies, decrease the chance of detergent build-up or cream residue (reduces odor retention!), and provide a light barrier between your baby and wetness. A real time-saver!

The Fancypants biodegradable, flushable nappy liners are constructed from 100% Bamboo, which means that they are biodegradable, anti-bacterial, compostable, and (of course) flushable!  Providing a layer between your baby’s bottom and a cloth nappy, these disposable liners protect your cloth nappies from staining, as well as protecting your baby’s behind. They allow wetness to pass through them, onto the cloth nappy, but not back again. This helps to keep your baby feeling dryer and rash free. They are designed to retain solids, making clean up easier. A great choice for parents that want less mess!

How to use Biodegradable Flushable Liners:

  • Simple! Place the bio-liner inside any cloth nappy, sitting closest to baby’s skin. No folding required!
  • When nappy is soiled, remove liner and put into toilet.
  • Allow liner to absorb water and become softer for easier flushing. Only flush one liner at a time!
  • If on a sensitive septic system, remove liner and dump solids down toilet. Dispose of liner in the trash.
  • Cut or fold in half for newborns.

Caution: Flushing of liners in old or damaged drains and in sensitive septic tanks may cause blockage. These and any other ‘flushable biodegradable’ liners are only recommended for use in city systems. If you are on a septic system, please use with caution.