Pepper and Pringles new fleece liner

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That’s the seal of approval then, after the sniff! Wonder how long it’ll stay that tidy?! :hmm::))
 

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Btw do any of you have liners that are cotton fabric on top with a bottom layer of fleece (and an absorbent layer in the middle)? Saw some on eBay that are custom made , wondered if they'd be any good for GPS or if fleece top and bottom are better?
 

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Btw do any of you have liners that are cotton fabric on top with a bottom layer of fleece (and an absorbent layer in the middle)? Saw some on eBay that are custom made , wondered if they'd be any good for GPS or if fleece top and bottom are better?
I would stick to fleece on top and bottom as it wicks away the moisture, I feel that cotton would stay damp.
 

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I would stick to fleece on top and bottom as it wicks away the moisture, I feel that cotton would stay damp.
That's what i thought, but she says she would custom make with fleece top and bottom anyway. When I need more liners I know where to look now, thanks
 

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Cotton does stay damp it's no good for cage liners. I have snuggle tunnels and snuggle sacks that are cotton on one side and fleece on the other so that in the summer I turn them cotton side in and in the winter they are fleece side in. The cotton stays really wet where as the fleece stays dry.
 
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