Cloth diaper your baby? Good choice.
You’re saving money, the environment, and your baby’s skin and comfort all at once. But then… there’s the laundry.
You may have heard that cloth diaper laundry isn’t bad, until your baby starts eating solids, and then it gets nasty quickly.
But, the good news is there’s a simple solution for this gross problem: disposable cloth diaper liners. These unassuming little things have the ability to transform your entire cloth diapering experience.
For your nugget, they offer an extra layer of moisture protection. For you, diaper liners translate to less mess, easier diaper changes, and fewer stains to deal with on laundry day.
#1: Bumkins Diaper Liners
#2: Wegreeco 100% Bamboo Diaper Liners
#3: OsoCozy Flushable Diaper Liners
#4: Dandelion Diapers Natural Diaper Liners
#5: Blue Snail Bamboo Diaper Liners
#6: GroVia All Natural Bio Liners
#7: Kindy Ecobaby All Natural Diaper Liners
#8: Kushies 10 pack Reusable Diaper Liners
- Disposable Cloth Diaper Liners: A Rating Scale
Disposable Cloth Diaper Liners: A Rating Scale
Although there's nothing too complicated about diaper liners, it doesn't hurt to know what you're looking for. This is how were rated the top picks.
Function: Allows moisture to pass through but not solid waste.
Size: Diaper liners that are too short or too narrow won't provide full coverage.
Comfort: It should make cloth diapers more comfortable, not less comfortable for your baby.
Price: These are pretty inexpensive to begin with, but since you’re throwing them out, price matters.
Here are my top picks:
If you’re not as hung up on packaging as I am, these diaper liners are a great alternative to my number one pick and they cost a little less too. Constructed of 100% bamboo viscose, they’re eco-friendly, biodegradable, and about as soft as they come.
Ok, so they’re not quite as soft as the first two, but if you’re looking for disposable diaper liners that can be washed and reused, these are a great choice. They’re larger than most, not nearly as scratchy as some, and every bit as environmentally friendly as others on this list.
These bamboo derived diaper liners are soft, permeable to liquids, and don’t slip or slide around as much as rougher varieties do. What’s more, you get 100 extra diaper liners on a roll for just a few dollars more, making these a great budget-friendly option.
If you’re buying in bulk, these diaper liners are the way to go. In terms of value for money, they’re simply unbeatable and the overall quality and performance comes surprisingly close to more expensive varieties.
Parents who’ve tried these popular diaper liners either love ‘em or hate ‘em. Because they’re made of ingeo fibers rather than viscose, they’re firmer, rougher, and stiffer. But they’re just as eco-friendly as others and they hold up really well to washing for multiple uses.
Despite not being very popular, this offering from Down Under has all the makings of a fantastic diaper liner — they're comfy, decently priced, and eco-friendly. In fact, the only real reason they lost points is because they’re considerably narrower than others, which limits your ability to customize the fit.
Of course, no diaper liner line-up would be complete without at least one reusable entry. When it comes to convenience, these can't hold a candle to disposables, but they're still a decent option for home use and can be used for as long as you can stand to wash them.
There you have it — eight amazing diaper liners to make your cloth diapering escapades a little easier!