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    We use MCN. We use itti bitti, envious, miamoo and some genesa forge.

    Also we use fleece liners and then flushable liners on top. I only have to flush one every now and then because DS2 does his no.2 on the toilet.

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    I just use cheap woollies liners too. Around $3 for a box of 100. They are not in all the woollies stores though. They can also be accidentally chucked into the washing machine (I don't reuse them but don't sort the non poo ones before washing).
    I tried the bamboo flushable ones but as pp said they retained too much moisture and gave dd a nappy rash.

    I tried no liners but when dd does a messy poo it's absolutely not worth it lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I just use cheap woollies liners too. Around $3 for a box of 100. They are not in all the woollies stores though. They can also be accidentally chucked into the washing machine (I don't reuse them but don't sort the non poo ones before washing).
    I tried the bamboo flushable ones but as pp said they retained too much moisture and gave dd a nappy rash.

    I tried no liners but when dd does a messy poo it's absolutely not worth it lol!
    So it sounds like binning the liners is the go. Do you try and empty poo into the loo or just straight to the bin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ScubaGal View Post
    So it sounds like binning the liners is the go. Do you try and empty poo into the loo or just straight to the bin?
    We put them with the poo in a nappy bag, with the wipes and tissues etc that we use. Just means that we can use the nappy bag for a lot more changes cause we aren't stuffing a nappy in there as well!

    And we also found the same thing with the bamboo liners - DD got horrid nappy rash from the moisture. The woollies ones have been great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaDiDah View Post
    We put them with the poo in a nappy bag, with the wipes and tissues etc that we use. Just means that we can use the nappy bag for a lot more changes cause we aren't stuffing a nappy in there as well!

    And we also found the same thing with the bamboo liners - DD got horrid nappy rash from the moisture. The woollies ones have been great.
    I do exactly this too with the poo. Straight into a nappy bag with wipes and into bin.
    (Eta: if it's an easy roll away of the liner poo I will make an effort to flush the poo)
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    Cloth here too! We use bambooty basics & itti bitti tutto for day; Alva baby (China cheapie) shells with a pea pods trifold + microfibre + bamboo booster for night.
    Currently using disposables on holiday and missing my little cloth bum!
    I don't use liners at the moment but thinking about starting as DD has had some terrible poos while teething lately.

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    We put poo in the toliet or if its runny wash it down the trough drain. You're not supposed to put poo in the garbage apparently (only found this out recently).


 

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