nappy liner

Translations

nappy liner

n (Brit) → fogliettino igienico (per pannolini)
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If parents are using cloth nappies then advice should be given on the importance of using a nappy liner to reduce skin friction and to act as a barrier reducing skin contact with urine and faeces.
A nappy liner goes inside the towelling to help protect her skin, says Emma, but 17-month-old Amelia has never had nappy rash either.
WHEN Tony Blair announced yesterday that he's going to introduce 12 months' paternity leave for new daddies you could have knocked me down with a nappy liner.
I put the flushable nappy liner down the toilet then give the nappy a quick rinse and put it in a bucket and then throw them in the washing machine once it's full.
Parents can use biodegradable nappy liners which simply just flush down the loo.
If parents bought nappy liners and put them inside disposable nappies as we did with towelling ones, the soiled liners could be flushed down the toilet, then the bins wouldn't smell so much.
The same crystals are also used in nappy liners and if you tear one open you can use them in the garden too.
New-style cotton nappies with velcro fastenings cost around pounds 7, bio-degradable nappy liners pounds 2 for 100, which over the first two years of a baby's life could total between pounds 150 and pounds 300.
One team member forgot to buy a sun scarf so he pinched one of his two-year-old daughter's nappy liners and wore that on his head for the duration of the trip
USE one-way nappy liners, or disposables with a one-way lining, to keep baby's skin dry if you use towelling nappies.