I think it's incredible that the city is offering this incentive for families to trial something that they may never otherwise - because either they can't afford to and/or don't think it's for them. The quality of the nappies and liners are incredible and it's a very generous package, but I think including instructions about how to prepare the liners, care for the diapers and liners, and use/size them correctly should be provided (this is where I'm taking a star away). I had to do my own research to know that hemp liners need to be washed about 7-8 times before use for maximum absorption, and bamboo ones about 3-4. I did all of this before we used the diapers for a trial in the evening.
The first time he woke up and we checked, it was wet but nothing too bad so we changed the liner and he went back to sleep. The second time he woke up, the diaper was soaked, and he was so uncomfortable having this wet, warm and heavy liner against his skin. He's going through a sleep regression right now and I do believe that the second time he woke up was due to the diaper, so we're going to park them for now and trial again once he's back to a more stable sleep routine.