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Kimba1984 02-08-2012 09:26 AM

Fleece Liner Questions
 
Hi mommas,

I am new to CDing and I have heard to use fleece liners when/if my babies get a diaper rash to protect the CD. I have heard of moms just buying some fleece from a fabric store and cutting it up. Is this a good idea? Any specific kind of fleece?

And I know this may sound dumb, but do I just lay the fleece inside the diaper? Won't it get all bunched up? How big/small should I cut them?

Thank you in advance =) =) =)

taylor's mom 02-08-2012 09:33 AM

Re: Fleece Liner Questions
 
i don't have fleece liners, but i do have flannel ones. they were premaid and are in kinda an hourglass shape. i just lay them on the inside of the diaper, being sure to cover the bum area so the diaper cream doesn't get on the dipe itself. i'm careful about keeping it flat as i snap the diaper and don't have issues with it bunching.

sarahannecloud9 02-08-2012 09:35 AM

Re: Fleece Liner Questions
 
I have many sizes of liners and the size that is most likely to stay put is a long strip. As wide as the crotch of the dipe and as long as the dipe. Honestly you can buy nice fleece from a fabric stor but i have used baby blankets, fleece throws, fleece robes, and fleece sweat shirts. They shouldn't be real thick because then it would be harder for the urine to push/wic through the dipe. I like to use them in every dipe because they help protect from staining, poo comes off easier, gives an extra stay dry layer.


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