What's the difference between Inserts, Doublers, and Liners?
Are these terms interchangeable? Actually, no - there's a difference! Here's why:
- INSERTS: The absorbent “core” of a pocket or all-in-two diaper. It can be removed from the diaper, and additional inserts added for extra absorbency. Available in Microfiber, Bamboo, Hemp, and Cotton.
- DOUBLERS: Not as thick or absorbent as the insert, this is a “booster” and can be used to add extra absorbency where it really matters, with 2-3 extra layers of material.
- LINERS: The last layer of material against your baby's bottom, and make cleanup a snap! Reusable liners help baby feel dry and make cleaning up solids so much easier. Flushable liners are great on the go, letting you dispose of poop easily, or to protect diapers from diaper creams.