Bamboo Nappy Liners (100 Sheets)




Make clean-ups easier with these soft bamboo nappy liners. Simply lay over the top of your cloth nappy inserts and dispose after use. Drop waste into the toilet and place the liner in the bin.

A handy optional extra to help make cloth nappy clean-ups easy. 

Very popular among new cloth nappy users. 

Each pack includes 100 nappy liner sheets.


Made from 100% biodegradable bamboo.

Shipping and Returns

Within Australia - Spend $125 or more to get FREE shipping. For orders under $125, there is a flat rate shipping fee of $11.95 for any order within Australia.

To New Zealand – there is a flat rate of $19.95 for shipping to New Zealand for any order size.

Returns - At NappyLuxe, we want you to be 100% happy with your products, and we will happily accept a change of mind return within 30 days of purchase.

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Home-Compostable & Recycled Materials

Orders are shipped in reusable certified home-compostable mailers made from cornstarch. Hang tags are made from 100% recycled paper along with our tissue paper.

Nappy Liners

Parenting comes with its unique set of challenges, and one of them is managing the mess that comes with reusable nappy changes. This is where bamboo nappy liners come into the picture. They're a great help in keeping your baby comfortable and making modern cloth nappy changes clean and pain-free. Here we'll delve into what nappy liners are, how to use them, and what the difference is between a liner and a nappy insert.

What Are Nappy Liners Used For?

Nappy liners are thin sheets of bamboo material that are placed inside the nappy to catch solid waste. It is a disposable liner that serves as a barrier between your baby's skin and the nappy, helping to keep the skin dry whilst making it easier to clean up after poo nappy change. They are especially useful for parents who want to use baby cloth nappies but who fear the thought of dealing with their baby's poo.

They also can help reduce the risk of nappy rash by providing a stay-dry layer, although NappyLuxe nappies already have a built-in stay-dry layer.

Why Are Nappy Liners So Popular?

They are made of 100% biodegradable bamboo, a more sustainable source of material compared to other options. They are paper-thin, enabling you to keep the cloth nappy trim. Finally, they are built to catch solids whilst letting liquids pass directly through to the absorbency underneath.

How Do I Use Bamboo Liners?

Using a bamboo nappy liner is simple. First, ensure that your baby's nappy is clean and dry. Then, place it inside the nappy, ensuring it covers the area where the faeces likely to be. The liner should be flat against the nappy and not folded or crumpled. Once the liner is in place and tucked in around the insert, you can fasten the nappy as usual. The bamboo fabric shouldn't stick out the nappy anywhere as this can lead to moisture wicking onto baby's clothing.

Once the nappy is ready to be changed again (which is every 2-3 hours, or as soon as baby has done a poo) you can separate the bamboo liner from the nappy. The poo should be rolled into the toilet and flushed away, and the dirty liner can be placed in a biodegradable bag and put in the bin. The nappy itself should then be ready for washing - learn more about how to wash and clean modern cloth nappies.

Read more in our blog post: how to use cloth nappy liners correctly.

Should I Use Nappy Liners?

Whether you should use nappy liners or not depends on your personal preference and your baby's needs. The main benefit is that they make cleaning up messy nappy changes easier, as the waste is caught and can be disposed of separately. Some users of reusable nappies choose not to use liners because they do still contribute a small amount to landfill.

Nappy Liners Vs Cloth Inserts: What's The Difference?

While nappy liners and cloth inserts both go inside a nappy, their function and design are different. Liners are designed to catch solids and keep the baby's skin dry. They are thin, disposable, and are not absorbent. They allow liquid to pass right through.

On the other hand, cloth nappy inserts are designed to absorb liquid. They are thicker and made from absorbent materials such as bamboo. They are reusable and need to be washed in the washing machine.

Can You Put Nappy Liners Down the Toilet?

A disposable nappy liner should not be flushed down the toilet. Some liners are incorrectly marketed as flushable, but they do not break down in the sewer system like toilet paper. Instead, they contribute to blocking up the sewerage pipes. Nappy liners should instead be disposed of in a bin.

Do You Need Nappy Liners With Newborns?

In theory, nappy liners aren't necessary to place in your newborn nappy, especially those that are breastfed. The reason is that the poo of a breastfed baby is liquid, water-soluble, and can be easily removed by the washing machine, thereby eliminating the need for liners. However, if your baby is formula-fed or starting on solids, it might be beneficial to use one to catch the more solid waste, which otherwise needs to be removed before going in the washing machine. It should be noted that the use of nappy liners is a personal choice and depends largely on what parents find most convenient.

Would it be better to use reusable nappy liners?

Arguably, reusable nappy liners are better for the environment compared to using disposable liners, as they mean you are not contributing any liners to landfill. However, a reusable nappy liner needs to be washed in the same way as cloth nappies, in which case there's an argument for this fact negating the need to use a liner at all, as it needlessly increases the wash load. If you're choosing to use a liner for the purpose of avoiding the poo clean up, disposable liners provide a good balance whereby you're only contributing a very small amount to landfill. But remember, you don't have to use them at all if you don't want to. Most reusables liners come in the form of a two layer fleece liner.

What is the delivery information?

We provide free standard shipping for your order if it's over $125, or you can choose to select express shipping for your order at checkout. We pride ourselves on outstanding customer service and we endeavour to fulfil all orders within 48 business hours with Australia Post. You can find out additional information here.

What payment methods are accepted?

We accept a number of payment methods including Visa, Shop Pay, Apple Pay, American Express, Afterpay, Paypal, and more. If you have a NappyLuxe gift voucher, you can redeem your gift cards against any purchase on our site. We recommend adding this product to a gift registry.

What other related products do you sell?

In addition to this product, we also sell trial packs of cloth nappies, travel change mats, various prints of wet bag, extra insert packs, trifolds, and cloth wipes. We hope to sell a swim nappy in the near future.