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    Default Flushable liners

    Hi just wondering where you all buy your flushable liners from?
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    I buy mine online. I get bamboo. I just do a google Search when I'm almost out and see what is cheapest. The last ones I bought were pea pods.

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    I buy mine from eBay. I use the happy babes ones. Nice and soft and not papery and rough like some of them.

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    I have stopped flushing my liners. I have heard so many stories lately about peoples pipes getting blocked up with liners that aren't breaking down and i'm just not prepared to take the risk.

    I still buy liners.. usually whatever is cheapest and just pop them in a nappy sack bag and then in the bin once i'm done

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    I use natures child liners. They're soft and biodegradable!

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    Pea pods bamboo flush able liners because I can just buy them from the chemist so don't have to pay postage. They are lovely and soft too.

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    My concern is the 'biodegradable' part. How can you trust that they actuallly do break down? We had a few different brands and put one of each in a container of water and left them for a few weeks... none of them started to break down or change at all! Makes you wonder just how long they all sit in the drains for

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