Our tear-resistant fleece liner is used in nappies to absorb most of the soiling. In this way, cotton nappies and other layers are protected and remain clean
for a longer period of time. The nappy fleece liner is particularly skin-friendly, soft, and extremely absorbent. If only slightly soiled, the nappy fleece can
be washed once at 60 °C and reused. The liner can be disposed of with the non-recyclable waste.
- Our tear-resistant fleece liner is used in nappies to absorb most of the soiling.
- In this way, cotton nappies and other layers are protected and remain clean for a longer period of time.
- The nappy fleece liner is particularly skin-friendly, soft, and extremely absorbent.
Material: cellulose-based paper liner from sustainable forests
- If only slightly soiled, the nappy fleece can be washed once at 60 °C and reused.
- The liner can be disposed of with the non-recyclable waste.
- Do not dispose off in the toilet.
Manufacture: The cellulose is sourced from sustainable forests and is oxygen bleached without chlorine.
Use: The tear-resistant nappy liner collects the majority of the waste simply and safely, so cloth nappies and insert remain clean for longer,
and last longer too.
Shelf life: Protective packaging guarantees that the organic nappy liner will arrive at your home in perfect condition. If they’re not too dirty, the nappy liners can be washed at 60 °C and reused.
Disposal: The insert should be disposed of in household waste. It can also be recycled thermally without any problem. Please do not flush down in the toilet! Dispose of and recycle the individual parts of the packaging according to their type. Please pay attention to the regional disposal guidelines.
Why should I make my own wet wipes?
Nowadays, most wet wipes for babies are perfumed. Finding fragrance-free care products is not that easy, but a baby’s skin really only needs water for cleaning and general care in the first few months as it is so sensitive and easily prone to skin irritation. Preservatives, fragrances and colouring agents really should not come into contact with sensitive skin.
By using our organic care wipes/nappy liners, it’s so easy for you to make your own wet wipes. This also means that you will always know what is in your wet wipes and you don’t need to worry at all about any dubious or allergenic ingredients!
How can I make my own wet wipes?
The cellulose liner is particularly tear-resistant in comparison with standard kitchen paper and this makes it ideal for making your own wet wipes.
To do this you can cut the individual cloths to the size you want or use them whole. Simply put the cloths into a bowl with boiled, cooled water. Leave them to soak for a short time and then they are ready! If you want to, you can mix a little bit of oil (coconut, olive, almond) with the warm water beforehand. We recommend that you add approx. one teaspoonful to 250 ml water.
Environmental tip: It is not just our organic care wipes/nappy liners which are ideal for making wet wipes. You can also use our small cotton muslin cloths. The cloths are 30 x 30 cm and can be simply washed in the washing machine after use.
The organic care wipe/nappy liner is too short. What can I do?
If the sheet size of the organic care wipe/nappy liner is not right for your child or nappy system, then please cut the sheets up to suit your requirements. The perforations are only there as a guide. You can easily use two sheets or cut the liner up to suit your needs.