My cloth baby wipes (and the wipes I use to wash Bonney’s udder, too!) are both soaked in the same water mixture. I did a lot of research into what I should wet my baby wipes with. For a long time, I used a water/lotion/soap combination. It worked well and smelled good, but still wasn’t quite what I wanted. I wanted more of an antibacterial wipe for when we were out and about; something I could clean a high chair in a restaurant, a dropped toy, or dirty hands with.
In addition to cloth diapers, I also use cloth wipes. Instead of buying wipes or baby wash cloths, I bought 2 yards of flannel fabric and made my own.
If I had bought wash cloths, I would have paid about $3 for 6. Instead, I paid $5 per yard of fabric. I cut 26 wipes from each yard of fabric and I still have fabric left. Definitely a money-saver! Continue reading Make Your Own Cloth Baby Wipes