Wool Diaper Liner

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Wool is an amazing fiber! The exterior layer is water resistant while the inner layer (cortex) is water loving. The cortex can absorb up to one-third of its weight in moisture without feeling damp. This makes the perfect fiber for a diaper liner. It can absorb moisture and keep your babies bum dry at the same time.

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Wool is an amazing fiber!  The exterior layer is water resistant while the inner layer or cortex, is water loving.   The cortex can absorb up to one-third of its weight in moisture without feeling damp.  This makes the perfect fiber for a diaper liner.  It can absorb moisture and keep your babies bum dry at the same time.  Do not lanolize. Hand wash in room temperature water and lay flat to dry. NEVER put wool in hot water. It will shrink and felt the wool.
These are the perfect stay dry liner while using only natural fibers. NO synthetic materials.

They can be used next to the skin as a stay dry liner or between the diaper and cover as a very trim but effective extra layer of absorbency. They can be used as both at the same time for heavy wetters.
Each liner is a single 5 x 11 inch rectangular layer of our felted Oeko Tex 100 certified Merino Wool.   The Oeko-Tex Standard 100 is a globally uniform testing and certification system for all stages of textile production. This certification ensures that products are free from harmful substances. There is no finer certification than the Oeko-Tex Standard 100. It goes beyond the organic label!

Extra soft for the comfort of your baby.

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One, Three

4.67 out of 5

12 reviews for Wool Diaper Liner

  1. 4 out of 5


    I love this product. This saved our cloth diapering journey. We were having major problem with rashes from wetness in his overnight diapers. I would get in a rut of having to move back to sposies until someone suggeste these liners to me. I put them right against the skin and he wakes up after 12 hours sleep with no redness!

    I would like to see a little more instructions on the details tab though! I was a little lost on how to use them at first.

    I recommend these to EVERYONE!

  2. 5 out of 5


    These got rid of my babies rash in one night! My baby had a bad contact rash, made even worse by wearing a diaper all night while she slept. I didn’t want to use microfiber for a “stay dry” layer. Thankfully, I got a couple of these liners and WOW!!! My little one’s diaper was soaked the next morning but her skin next to the liner was dry. Her skin looked so healthy that I came back to the site and bought 7 more liners. These make cloth diapers work a million times better. These are one of those miracle, didn’t even know I needed till I tried it products.

  3. 4 out of 5


    We were having terrible contact rash spots from overnight diapers! We can’t use a stay dry fabric due to sensitivity. These help SO MUCH!

    The only reason for 4 stars is that I wish they were a bit bigger.

  4. 5 out of 5


    We use these liners as an additional layer in nighttime diapers, or for long car rides to prevent compression wicking. They are so soft, and ours are now a little felted, which makes them work even better. Also, to use fewer covers, we would add a liner with the first diaper, then remove the liner and use the cover again before switching to air it out. We only had two covers when we were in smaller sizes, and that was a great system. I wish I had known about the nursing pads made of this wool; I no longer leak but they would have been great to own.

  5. 5 out of 5


    First, let me just say that the customer service of Babee Greens is phenomenal! The wool liners were recommended to me while speaking to someone who was helping me with my first order. At the time, my son was experiencing a severe reaction to disposables, so I had to make a change. My biggest worry was how to keep him dry and his sensitive skin protected at night in cloth diapers. This is why I love this simple, little product! To me, it is a must for cloth diapers. First, they can be used right next to your baby’s skin. Not only do they soak up and pull away moisture from your baby, but they are also naturally antibacterial. Wool is truly AMAZING! My baby boy wakes up with dry skin even when his diaper is full! I have also used them in between the diaper and the cover, adding another layer of absorbency, just on days when I know a diaper change might be delayed due to car travel or errands. They work wonders and keep him and his clothes as dry as a bone! Once again, thank you Babee Greens!!! I highly recommend this product!

  6. 5 out of 5


    These liners are wonderful. No matter how much I stuffed my son’s nighttime fitted, I was having problems with wicking from the wool cover onto the crib sheets. I called Babee Greens to ask about lanolizing techniques and they suggested trying these. I put 2 liners (not lanolized) between the diaper and the wool cover. Presto! No more wet sheets. I am so glad I found these, as I was close to giving up on nighttime cloth diapering. I also have to add that the customer service is wonderful – they spent a lot of time helping me decide on diapers when I was taking a trip overseas.

  7. 5 out of 5


    Another of Babeegreens many amazing products. These liners do a fantastic job with adding a little assistance for overnight use. They help keep my little ones rump dry so she doesn’t wake up in the wee hours of the morning uncomfortable. My only regret is that we didn’t start using these right away when she started sleeping through the night.

  8. 5 out of 5


    These earned their place in our diaper bag when I had issues with our wool covers leaking. Apparently my son is a “heavy wetter” and requires a heavier weight wool for his covers. I didn’t realize this when I purchased his medium covers. After getting my lap soaked a handful of times, I emailed Tia about it. She responded within minutes…maybe even seconds…and explained what the problem was. She suggested placing these liners between the diaper and the cover. Everything has gone swimmingly since then – no more soaked laps or onesies. The wool covers that were leaking will now survive car rides and night time sleeping. These liners saved the day.

  9. 5 out of 5


    THESE LINERS. Tia was kind enough to send me one to try with my order, and am I ever glad she did! We use them as a natural fiber stay-dry option for nighttime. Not lanolized and right against his skin before the fitted diaper. I can definitely tell that wool has healing properties. My son has super sensitive skin and gets a little rash sometimes from just prefolds during the day but wakes up with beautiful skin every morning! I can feel the difference between how dry the liner feels in the morning compared to the organic fitted bamboo diaper that feels much wetter. I simply lay them to dry afterwards (unless he soils it, then I can hand wash) and they are ready to go for the next night. These can also be used in between the fitted diaper and cover for heavier wetters, but we are just not there yet.

    This natural fiber stay-dry option is magical! I would recommend these to anyone!

  10. 5 out of 5


    These liners are great! I have a little guys who is a heavy wetter and I add one of these between the fitted diaper and the cover for overnight. The liners are super thin but I find they help to keep the wool cover from being damp come morning time.

  11. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    First of all, the material and craftsmanship are amazing, per Babee Greens’ usual standard. This wool is some of the softest I’ve ever felt (and I’ve bought a lot of wool, including virgin merino yardage). And the size worked great for us. I think these work OK as an extra absorbency layer (between diaper and wool cover), though they’re a tiny bit thin for that purpose, but as long as you’ve got a cover that’s not super thin they’ll work fine. However, sadly I have to say I do not recommend these as a stay-dry layer between bum and diaper. The reason why is that this unfelted 100% merino wool needs to be hand-washed, and that simply is not practical, given how much babies poop. I actually didn’t really mind the hassle of hand-washing, but I didn’t feel they ever really got clean enough, and my babe with sensitive skin got rashes which I felt were at least partially attributable to poop residue in the liners. Also, if one goes into the diaper laundry accidentally (e.g. husband error), it will shrink up a fraction of the size and not be as useful. After a few months, about half of the liners I had bought had succumbed to this fate, which made me regret having spent so much on them. Instead of liners made of this material, I would recommend buying prefelted 97/3 liners (what we have now switched to), which can be machine washed along with your diaper laundry — much more practical, and will also make you a lot less “diaper Nazi”ish when hubby is changing the baby!

  12. 5 out of 5


    I’m very happy with the quality and performance of these liners! We use them right next to our baby’s skin for overnight to help keep her skin drier. They are so soft. If they get poo on them I just soak them in a little wool wash and water. If the poo stains them it’s ok. They don’t need to look perfect when they are inside her diaper.
    The integrity of this company, the kind and professional customer service and the quality products made with materials that make me smile will keep me coming back for more… and not just for the liners. :0)

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