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Little Lamb Viscose Liners

£5.99    (VAT Free)
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Brand:  Little Lamb

Disposable Nappy Liners

Roll of 100 biodegradable nappy liners.

Littlelamb viscose liners are designed to be placed in the nappy next to baby's skin. The nappy will draw any moisture through the liner but will stop the solids. When you change baby's dirty nappy, remove the liner and dispose of it. Flushing is not recommended, please bag and bin them.
  • One way action keeps baby dry.
  • I00% Biodegradable.
  • Non-Chlorine Bleached.
  • Made from super-soft viscose
  • On a roll of 100 sheets

Little Lamb generously sized viscose liners can be cut in two for smaller babies but please do not fold liners or use multiple sheets as this will prevent quick absorption by the cloth nappy.

100 Viscose Nappy Liners on a roll from Littlelamb.



Average Rating (9 Reviews):  
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High quality
Monday, 8 February 2016  | 

These are great as a back up when having to uses creams for nappy rash to stop the fleece liners i use getting blocked up. I personally dont flush down the toliet even though they say they are disposable as i have a septic tank and dont want the cost of clearing it out if they dont brakedown well. I would not have a issue using them full time but i like to save the extra cost by using reusable liners.

Effective liners
Tuesday, 13 October 2015  | 

So far very effective for me. Hold the solids well though the occasional violent burst escapes!
I do fold excess liner at the sides though it says you should cut instead and it doesn't seem an issue.
I put in a bin - suggestion to rinse in toilet doesn't work on slimy newborn poo for me. Wouldn't flush liner - causes havoc in sewers no matter what they say

Disabled child toilet training
Tuesday, 10 June 2014  | 

As someone who is trying to toilet train a 7 year old disabled child, these liners are perfect. They allow him to realise when he has wet his pants but make any solid accidents a lot easier to clean up without him getting upset about ruining his new underpants. And they arrived the day after I ordered them. Brilliant all round!

Lovely soft liners
Thursday, 29 May 2014  | 

These are fine - I use them in conjuction with pocket nappies, and trim them to size. Lovely and soft - I won't go back to paper ones, now, even though they're much cheaper.

Best liners I've tried
Thursday, 15 May 2014  | 

These liners are the first brand I've tried that have stayed in place every time and therefore do catch most if not all of the mess. They're also thick enough that I don't seem to need a fleece liner underneath for dryness, which is great.

Very soft!
Monday, 17 March 2014  | 

Come off the roll easily and do not seem to tear like some others. They are very soft and I have washed just wetted ones and reused. They are fairly wide, but I wrap them round a fleece liner and it seems better this way at containing newborn poo.

Very soft and keeps my baby dry
Friday, 7 June 2013  | 

I was running out of the paper Ultra Liners and needed new liners for my baby. I thought of changing to something better. This viscose liner is very high quality. It soft and let the wee flow through it so keeps my baby dry. I also note that she is not getting rash from this liner. I also washed the used liner (the ones that only got wee on) in the washing machine and it is still as good as new.

About the delivery, the dispatch and delivery was very prompt by fill your pants. I got the liner the next morning of my purchase online. Very impressed with the speed of delivery and the product arrived as described.

I highly recommend this product as a liner and fill your pants. A very happy customer.

OK liners
Saturday, 29 December 2012  | 

I wasn't sure whether to put 3 or 4 stars. I mainly use fleece liners, so I'm not much of an expert on disposable ones.

I'v eonly tried these and tots bots. Comapringf these two, TB are easier to use as they don't fold that much. Not sure how to explain it properly, but when the baby moves too much, the liner rolls under before I put the nappy on and I have to rearrange it. That's why I like fleece liners the best.

But once in palce, I find these working well, very soft and nice to skin. I don't throw them away, I wash them with nappies and use as wipes before they 'disappear' and become just threads.

Also, unlike fleece liners, these are really big and you can cut them in a preferred shape, with fleece liners you're stuck with the size you have.

Best so far
Monday, 9 July 2012  | 

Generous size means great coverage so catches pretty much everything. Feel nice and soft. Even with a very wet nappy, these liners have remained dry.

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