Bamboo Biodegradable Liners 100 Sheets
Squeamish about poopy cloth diapers? No fear, Just Peachy disposable biodegradable liners will make cleanup easy peasy!
Designed to be extra wide so that it's compatible with any diaper size with any excess tucked in, Just Peachy's bamboo liners will be super effective of catching poop, even the explosive ones!
Once soiled, simply remove any solids into the toilet and dispose of your bio-degradable liner appropriately.
Just Peachy's bamboo liners are toxin and fragrance-free, and allows moisture to pass through while holding its shape so that you're not left with a disintegrating mess after a few hours on the bum.
- Can be washed, dried and reused if lightly soiled with pee
- Extra large for extra coverage
- Protects cloth diapers from rash creams
- Plastic-free packaging
Each pack includes:
100 sheets of extra large bamboo liners
19 x 30cm / 7.5" x 12"
100% Bamboo viscose
Just Peachy is responsible made in China, and is a proud member of 1% For The Planet
Leak-proof & ultra-absorbent
Breathable, water-resistant outer shell and natural Bamboo cotton and Hemp cotton inserts provide maximum absorbency making our diapers suitable for play and naps at any time.
Pull-up style for babies on the move allowing for quick nappy changes without compromising on absorbency. With the option to unsnap for mess-free poop changes.
Patented easy fit design for newborn to potty training, premium elasticity and leg gussets prevent leaks, allows mobility and maximum comfort.
Cloth diapering made easy. Switch between Pocket style or All in Two. Reuse the cover and change the inserts in All in Two or customize inserts in Pocket style.
Free of harmful chemicals
Natural, BPA-free, certified skin-safe materials reduces irritations for healthier baby bums. Digitally printed outer shell eliminates the consumption of water and the release of harmful chemicals.
Better for the planet. With an extended lifespan from newborn to potty training, reduce waste going to landfill.
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