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    Default Flushable liners?

    I used these once when my bub was about 8 months and he got a bad rash. I'm keen to give them another go though and would love to hear experiences/advice. Seems like as soon as they get wet they stick to bub's skin and this is why my ds got a rash? I want to use them because he is 20 months but doesn't have the kind of poo that just rolls off a nappy! Not keen on scraping! Thanks, and advice appreciated : )

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