Most reusable cloth diaper liners are made from fleece. You can buy them online or make them yourself for only a couple of dollars. They will wick the moisture away from your baby, helping him or her to feel dry. I use these with almost every diaper, especially with my . These will help prevent diaper rash and stains and you can use non- cloth diaper safe creams as well with these. A lot of times you will be able to just spray the liner instead of the entire cloth diaper. These can be thrown in with your diapers for washing. You can also find fleece liners with cute prints on Etsy for around 5-20 bucks. How many you need will depend on how often you plan on using them. I have one for every diaper but you may only want to use them for overnight and nap time. I would suggest starting with a 6-10 pack and then getting more if you decide you like them.
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I received the Farm print, which features red barns, green tractors, cows, chickens, and chicks on a white background. The ecoAble brand also offers the reusable cloth diaper pail liner in Cars, Safari, and Spaceship prints. Compared to many other brands, the selection of prints at ecoAble is a bit limited. However, the price, size, and quality all outweigh the limited selection, especially because pail liners are usually not on display like cloth diapers are.