No more clogs. I did flush 3-4 other liners so far. My problem was that I needed to swish it a bit more before flushing. Which is not what they insinuate on the instruction video on the website.
So far no leaks, although I haven't used them overnight yet.
So you may be asking me, "I thought you were giving CLOTH diapering a whirl, not all gdiapering. Why all the reports about the disposable inserts?" Excellent question, I am glad you asked. Being that I ordered my prefolds online, I did not get them yet. I bought a 12pack from Walmart yesterday because I just couldn't stand it and I wasn't sure when they were going to come in. HOWEVER, it's not as easy as just throwing them on the kid. FIRST, you have to prewash them like 5-6 times in hot water or else they won't be absorbent. They are currently on wash 4 as I type.
So-- overall impressions so far in no particular order:
- There is definitely a lot more cost and labor upfront.
- I may not be filling landfills with these bad boys, but I am using a lot of water and electricity.
- There is something that feels good inside about flushing an all-paper/no plastic diaper and its contents rather than throwing it away-- although there's something that feels bad about swishing a dirty plastic liner in the bowl with the old hands. (You may barf now.)