Diaper Liners

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ayanna

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Fleece Stay-Dry Liners


Why fleece liners?
Simple. If your baby is prone to rashes or even if you just want to help them stay dryer, fleece is your answer. It draws moisture away from baby keeping the skin dryer and healthier.
So how do you make yourself some of these?
Grab yourself an old polar fleece sweatshirt or a half of a yard of new polar fleece and a pair of scissors.

BEYOND easy here!! Just simply cut a 5" by 12" rectangle of polar fleece.
(cut a proportionally larger rectangle for larger babies. ie 8" by 25")
That's it ... case closed ... you're done.
Fleece doesn't fray so you don't need to do anything special to the edges.

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Yawnie

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Yes, fleece is a very good answer for moisture, I always use it when I hike and camp in the winter for all of my layers, well, cept for my base layer, I use silk or spandex for that, well, I got off topic there, but yea, fleece is the way to go FTW!!!
 

ayanna

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Why wouldn't you just use a smaller diaper for a liner?
Why fleece liners?
Simple. If your baby is prone to rashes or even if you just want to help them stay dryer, fleece is your answer. It draws moisture away from baby keeping the skin dryer and healthier.
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I think I already answered this question in my original post, so I've just quoted it with the relevant parts "BOLD"
 
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