“Cool stroller liner!” “I know.”

cool mee seat linerLast summer, my three-year-old’s black car seat was always too hot and she told me so in no uncertain terms (“Hot! Too hot!”).

 Fast forward to next summer and I will be using a Cool Mee seat liner by Meeno Babies.

The Meeno Babies car seat, stroller, or infant seat liner is one of those gear essentials that, one you’ve tried it, you are dying to tell every mom you know about.  Basically the absorbent layers of poly-mesh allow air
to flow between the liner and the seat, while soft fabric wicks away
moisture from your baby. It’s easy to install, and the universal designs fit most strollers and car seats.

This could possibly be the end of Sweaty Baby Back Syndrome as we know it.

For those
of you lucky enough to live in warm climates year-round, well, I’m too
jealous for words, but this is worth checking out now. Or if you’re newly pregnant and slated for a spring delivery, it’s a cool item to add to your list. The packaging couldn’t be any cuter, making it a great shower gift.

Babies Cool Mee liners come in three cute colors and protect your car seat too; comforting
considering how much we pay for our car seats. I’m remembering that
road trip we took last Labor Day and how I had to scrub my car seat when
we got home. Yuck. –Elizabeth

Get the Cool Mee car seat and stroller liners from Meeno Babies

Elizabeth Leach is a freelance writer and a former contributor to Cool Mom Picks


  • Reply November 12, 2010


    I’m not sure if you’re aware, but anything (other than regular, non-bulky clothing) that’s placed between your child and the car seat’s straps, will compress in a crash and cause dangerous slack (which can throw a child out of the straps during a crash). In addition, any aftermarket product that didn’t come with your seat will void the manufacturer’s warranty and they won’t be liable if anything happens during a crash.

    You can see an experiment a mom did just that to show how much slack the non-cut-out Bundle Me causes (and that slack is dangerous in a crash as your little one could be ejected from between the straps :( http://community.babycenter.com/post/a5724415/my_bundle_me_experiment_with_photos
    Yikes, is all I can say. Though I do LOVE the idea of mesh stroller liners, about time too! :)

  • Cool Mom Picks
    Reply November 13, 2010

    Cool Mom Picks

    Thanks Nava, interesting thread. This is significantly thinner and more streamlined than a BundleMe and we feel confident recommending it. it also seems that the BundleMe issues were corrected when owners cut the holes themselves to line up more appropriately with the seat belt harness.

    The warranty issue is one that every mom has to decide for herself; for what its worth, if you ever allow your child to have food or drink in the car seat, that voids the warranty as well. Lawyers do a very good job looking out for their car seat manufacturer clients!

  • Reply June 3, 2012


    I always opted for cotton fabric liners to be next to my baby’s skin, especially in the summer. I think that mesh is just too irritating for baby’s delicate skin.

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