How to catch the poo?

Does your child have solid stool?
Then do not forget to order our liners that you can place directly under the bum to catch the stool. As the nappy is poo-resitant, you can also choose to empty the nappy in the toilet, but the liners will definetely make your life easier!

Do you only breastfeed?
Then the stool is often so watery that it easily washes away with the pre-wash, so there will be no need to use the liners during this period. Might sound crazy, but it’s ideal!

When are liners a must?
Always use a liner to protect the nappy when using creams with zinkoxide


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About our liners

A happy nappy is not complete without inserts. Inserts go into the pocket of the nappy and absorb the wee. Liners are not essential, but make cleaning up a number two a lot easier.

You simply throw the liner away after bub has done a poo, or you wash and reuse them after a wee. Just keep in mind that the liners will ‘dissolve’ over time since they are bio-degradable and planet-friendly.

Our nappies are lined with microfleece; a fabric that handles poo very well and is gentle on the skin, therefor you can also decide not to use any liners at all and ’empty’ the nappy into the toilet before you add it to the dry pail.

  • Always use a liner when using creams with zinkoxide on your baby’s bum

How does it work?

Place no more than 1 liner on top of the nappy, directly under your baby’s bum and tuck excess fabric back into the nappy

Make your life easier

Liners catch the poo, so you don’t need to empty the nappy in the toilet


If using zink-creams on the bum, a liner is needed to protect the nappy

Antibacterial fabric

100% natural bamboo


100% biodegradable

Frequently asked questions

  • Inserts are a must! A nappy is not complete without an insert, because inserts are the absorbing part of the nappy. Liners are not essential, but they do make cleaning a number two a lot easier, so try Then we also have some accessories that we think you will love! - Wetbags: A waterproof bag with two departments to store clean and dirty nappies. A small size that fits 7-10 nappies for on the go and a big one that fits 20-24 nappies for at home. - Change mats: Our travel change mats are easy to fold and to take with you wherever you go. - Baby wipes: Happy Naps wipes you can wash and reuse! This is not only better for the planet, but also a lot more gentle on your baby's skin than disposable wipes.
  • While it may feel overwhelming at first, cleaning cloth nappies is easy— no soaking or scrubbing is required. By following these instructions, you will help preserve the quality and extend the life of your Happy Naps. Step 1 Take the liner out of the nappy and dispose of it in rubbish or, if not using a liner, ‘empty’ the nappy in the toilet. Put nappy with insert in a dry pail lined with a wetbag. Please do not soak the nappies; dry-pailing is better for your nappies. To make the nappy bucket smell nicer: soak a muslin in some water with a couple of drops lavender essential oil, wring the muslin out loosely and then leave it over the top of your nappies – as you add additional nappies, place them underneath this cover. Step 2 Run a rinse cycle on COLD temperature with half a scoop laundry-powder and Blue Biotex. A rinse cycle is better than a prewash as modern machines are so water efficient; they often reuse water from a prewash whereas rinse cycle water is always fully drained away. Step 3 Now, take the inserts out of the pocket. Wash the nappies and inserts on a long cycle (max. 60 degrees, 1200 revs) and add a full scoop laundry- powder into the drum. Add cloths or towels until the machine is 3⁄4 full, just be careful with metal zippers and sharp items. If your washing machine does not use enough water, it helps to add a wet towel to the washing load. When your nappies come out of the machine your nappies should smell of nothing. If you can still smell detergent, you have used too much. If they do smell unclean after washing, they have not been washed long enough, the wrong dose of detergent has been used, the washing load has been too big, or your machine needs a maintenance cycle run. If you are not sure about your detergent, please check with us. Step 4 Air dry the nappies and inserts. Never place the nappies on a radiator, just hang to dry over two clotheslines and make sure the elastics do not stretch out too much. You can also tumble dry the inserts on low to medium heat together with a dry towel to speed up drying time. If you use your nappies during the night, you may notice they can get smellier than daytime nappies. It helps to hand rinse the used night nappy in warm water with a tiny bit of laundry detergent before you add the nappy to the dry pail. Make sure not to keep dirty nappies in here for longer than two days to prevent ammonia build-up.
  • When babies are newborn and solely milk-fed, the poo is water-soluble and can be washed off in the washing machine. Therefore, there is no need to dispose of the poo. When your baby starts eating solids, the poo will slowly become more solid as well. At this stage you can consider to start using liners, so you can easily get rid of the solid poo. Our 100% plant-based liners make cleaning up a number two super simple and will also help prevent rash creams and ointments from ruining the fabric’s absorbency.
  • During the day, you change the nappy approximately 7 to 10 times when bub is a newborn and about 5 times when bub is an infant/toddler. At night, if you add extra absorbency, your little one can stay in the same nappy for 12 hours or more (unless they poo). Obviously, all babies are different and sometimes more frequent changing is needed (when ill for example). Since it is only a very short time that your baby needs more nappies than the rest of the nappy period (6 nappies a day), we recommend to you to do your washing more frequently during this stage to save some money. - Part-time: 8 nappies (2 per day) - Full-time during the day: 18 nappies (4 per day) - Full-time day and night: 24 nappies (6 per day) Please wash every second day and keep one day to dry your laundry in mind. Check out our bundles for best deals!
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