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Old 05-18-2016, 09:12 PM   #1
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any reviews on Sweet iris suedecloth liners?

so it gets kind of hot sometimes out here in so cal (southern California), especially in the inland empire. Baby girl usually uses a fleece liner to have a "stay dry" feel. But lately I noticed ... her baby bits have a certain scent to it. It's similar to when you go work out and sweat like crazy ... you know, sweaty bits LOL.

Has anyone tried the sweet iris suedecloth liners? is suedecloth in general .. a little cooler than fleece? in an effort to save some money, I had found some athletic wicking jersey remnants at my local joanns that I recently cut into "stay dry" liners for baby girl's flats. Just wondering which liner would be more cool for her baby parts.

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Old 05-18-2016, 10:31 PM   #2
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Re: any reviews on Sweet iris suedecloth liners?

I made liners for my daughter with the same fabric Jenny (from sweet iris) uses and they definitely kept her dry! She ended up having a bad reaction to them though, which is rare. You can buy a yard of the fabric online for $6 plus shipping.
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Re: any reviews on Sweet iris suedecloth liners?

I think suedecloth is more stay dry than fleece. The sweet iris stay dry doublers work great. Though I can speak to to on heat you mentioned.

Consider wool covers to help.
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I made liners for my daughter with the same fabric Jenny (from sweet iris) uses and they definitely kept her dry! She ended up having a bad reaction to them though, which is rare. You can buy a yard of the fabric online for $6 plus shipping.
I remember reading that, which is why I haven't yet decided to purchase it yet.


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I think suedecloth is more stay dry than fleece. The sweet iris stay dry doublers work great. Though I can speak to to on heat you mentioned.

Consider wool covers to help.
I may have to consider suede cloth then. My daughter wears wool most of the time and other times I just let her run free without a cover.
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Re: any reviews on Sweet iris suedecloth liners?

that would be "can't speak to having excessive heat". We used the sweet iris stay dry doubles on top of a greffin baby super absorber all in a sandys for nighttime.
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btw you also can use wool for stay dry but I have never tried it.
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Old 05-19-2016, 01:53 PM   #7
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btw you also can use wool for stay dry but I have never tried it.
I am assuming just hand wash these and do NOT lanolize? then use as liners? is that how it works?
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I have her stay dry liners they are stiffer than I'd like but are softening over time. They work great for stay dry tho.
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Re: any reviews on Sweet iris suedecloth liners?

For the wool liners I know GMD sells them, recommend you read about them there, no lanolin.
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