Origami Stay Dry Liners | Merino Wool Interlock

Sold Out
Unit Price
- +

Sizes: Small/Infant, Medium/OS, Large/Toddler, XL/Junior

Product Description: These Stay Dry Diaper Liners are one layer of Merino Wool Interlock made of 97% Merino Wool, 3% Spandex.  This luxurious all natural fabric is gentle on your baby’s skin and a great alternative to Micro Fleece that many babies may be sensitive to. 

These Origami liners are made specifically to fit an Origami folded flat or Fixed Flat, which is based off of the Origami fold.  They are sized perfectly to fit the specific rises of each size of flat.  The wings wrap around your baby's hips, providing an extra layer of protection against snappies/fasteners, which is a feature loved on the Fixed Flat.  Now enjoy the same extra cushion in a stretchy flat by adding one of these luxurious liners!

When laid on top of your diaper absorbency and directly against your baby's skin, it not only keeps your little feeling dry longer, but it also makes diaper cleanup much easier especially with diapers that have many folds or elastic you normally would have to spray out.  Care for a Merino Wool Liner takes more care than a velour or micro fleece liner.  With a wool liner, you will need to spray off waste, hand wash with wool safe wash (recommended: Unicorn Clean), and laid flat to dry.  Do not felt if you would like to use as a stay dry option.  You will need to keep the fibers loose so that liquid has the ability to move through the fabric and keep your baby dry and warm.  One amazing benefit is temperature regulation.  This is a benefit you will not find with any other fabric. 

Other Uses: You may use these as an absorption booster under absorbent layers or as a water barrier when you felt and lanolize.  If you choose to use as a waterproof barrier, dry your liner (there will be shrinkage) and lanolize so that the fibers repel wetness and push it back into your available absorbency.

Fabric Content: 97% Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certified Merino Wool 3% Spandex

*Seconds*: Anything noted as "Seconds" has a minor cosmetic issue that does not affect functionality.