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Old 04-11-2013, 07:39 AM   #11
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Re: Has anyone tried a wool liner for staydry?

I hope someone has a good response here. I've been curious about that. Also, you might look into bamboo lining fleece. My understanding is that it has a natural material where baby's skin touches, but polyester underneath.

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Re: Has anyone tried a wool liner for staydry?

So ladies...just to update. I ordered the babee greens wool liners from GMD's site...They work fabulously!! I'm sold. I toss them in with my diaper laundry and air dry them. they haven't changed shape or anything yet and they work great. Just thought I should update on how they've been working.
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So ladies...just to update. I ordered the babee greens wool liners from GMD's site...They work fabulously!! I'm sold. I toss them in with my diaper laundry and air dry them. they haven't changed shape or anything yet and they work great. Just thought I should update on how they've been working.
Good to know.. SO they are very stay dry? I might have to try these for LO
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Good to know.. SO they are very stay dry? I might have to try these for LO
They feel slightly damp after a big pee/long nap but I believe fleece feels that way too. I use them on Ds for nap-time. He seems to like them and they are super soft not itchy which is a big plus for me. Once I get some pp built up I'm going to buy more for our next because Ds is now finally potty learning.
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Re: Has anyone tried a wool liner for staydry?

Ok great!! Thanks for updating this! Am I understanding right that you wash them in the normal way (i.e. hot water is ok?) and all you have to do is separate them out before you dry? Right after you change the diaper, do you rinse them or do anything special? If I missed something I apologize--horrific headache today and not thinking straight!
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Re: Has anyone tried a wool liner for staydry?

I just got some in the mail yesterday. I'll report back as well. Fingers crossed!
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Ok great!! Thanks for updating this! Am I understanding right that you wash them in the normal way (i.e. hot water is ok?) and all you have to do is separate them out before you dry? Right after you change the diaper, do you rinse them or do anything special? If I missed something I apologize--horrific headache today and not thinking straight!

I rinsed them out then tossed them in and washed on hot. I just separated before drying.
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I'm interested in these too...
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Re: Has anyone tried a wool liner for staydry?

I know this is kind of old- but I'm been using these on and off for over a year.

Love them!

I loved them so much I bought more than I could ever use
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I have sweaters I was going to upcycle would I be able to use them as liners? They are already felted. I just skip the lanolizing step, right?
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