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Disana Paper Fleece Liners

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Disana Paper fleece liners are made of wood pulp: highly tear-resistant paper., similar to a thin paper towel. As such, you can also use them as emergency baby wipes when wet!  Added to the cotton liners in the nappy, it picks up solids, keeping the nappy cleaner. The used cellulose liner can simply be flushed away.

100 sheets per roll, Sheet 36 x 16 cm

They are great to deal with newborn poo.

These liners are quite thick compared to the other flushable liners but that is what makes them perfect for the early months of a baby’s life but they are great at any age of your child.

If just wet, rather than soiled, you can wash these liners with your nappies and reuse them.

They are biodegradable, can be composted or flushed down the toilet. Please note that the flushing of any product like this can cause blockage in old or damaged drains or very sensitive septic systems. Please discard pee soaked liners with your usual waste (they will still biodegrade), flush one liner at a time and let the soiled liners soak a few minutes in the toilet before flushing just so that they absorb water and break down a bit before they are released into your septic system.

Made in Germany at the Disana factory. Member of the International Natural Textiles Association (IVN).

Compositions100% celuloza

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08/31/2016

Najlepsze papierki na polskim rynku!

Wylapia wszytsko bez problemu, a dodatkowo jesli poleci na nie tylko siusiu to mozna je 3-4 razy uprac(potem robia sie w nich dziury- ale to dobry znak moim zdaniem, bo to znaczy ze sie pod wplywem wody itd. troche rozpuszczaja i nie zatkaja toalety) i uzyc ich kilkakrotnie. Warto zdecydowanie. Koniec splukiwania kupek ;-)

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    Disana Paper Fleece Liners

    Disana Paper Fleece Liners

    Thicker than the Bamboo ones, these cellulose paper liners are great for dealing with newborn poo – and can still be flushed down the toilet.

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