Diapering_: Flushable Liners

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, January 22, 2008 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Angela for this Frugal Baby Tip!

My mom told me to use Scotties facial tissues, but none of my local stores carried them. Instead, I bought Puffs Advanced Strength facial tissues (white, not dyed) and used them as liners in my daughter's diapers during her tiny-breastfed-baby-liquid-poop stage.


Results: They helped some (smaller poops could sometimes be tipped into the toilet, no rinsing of diaper necessary, and usually less rinsing/scrubbing anyway), and they didn't disintegrate. And they're flushable.

Plus you get 170 or something in a box for less than $2 - a lot less if you can find them on sale and stock up. Once baby gets mobile, they don't hold up, but by then baby is probably beginning to eat a few solids anyway.


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