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Old 07-14-2007, 11:31 PM   #21
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I used to use the disposable liners and I thought they worked very well. Then I got over the poo on cloth shock factor. We also do EC so we are pretty successful at catching her poos, which I tell you is much easier to clean a plastic potty than a cloth dipe. When we do have a poo miss I sometimes try and rinse it in the sink or other times just throw it in the wash and do a cold prewash cycle. It usually takes a while to get over the poo factor. Good luck.


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Old 07-15-2007, 05:45 AM   #22
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Liners I use disposable or fleece. DD's poop is so solid now that it easily gets plopped right in the toilet but when it was messy, i either used flushable liners and flushed OR used the fleece and if it was REALLY bad I just tossed the whole liner and poop in the trash Fleece is cheap and you don't have to throw out a liner with every change, you can wash the pee ones and the manageable poop ones. I could not have started cd'ing w/out this system!
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