Thanks to Marie for this Frugal Baby Tip!
I also use the Gerber EZ Liners and think they're great. I have one box that I've been using for six months and figure that at this point, that's all I'll ever use. We wash all of them along with the diapers. The poopy ones just get shaken off into the toilet (which works with a baby on solids), but even the few times that she's had breastfed type poops, they're a lot easier to rinse off/dunk than the diaper. For some reason, the poop seems to slide right off in the water.
When you first use them out of the box, they're pretty rough, but the more you wash them, the more they soften up - almost feel like fleece. I know that other folks talk about flushing them, but it says on the box not to flush them, and I figure that's one more thing that has to be cleaned out of the water at the sewage treatment plant. So if they're REALLY gross, once they're rinsed as much as I can, I toss them, which is rarely.
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