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#1 of 3 Old 02-25-2012, 07:56 PM - Thread Starter
 
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What are your favorite brand of wipes to use for family cloth?  I use Thirsties wipes for my son's diapering and they have held up really well.  I want to buy wipes that will be really soft and gentle and last a long long time :)  Thanks for any suggestions! 

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I used bamboo velour WAHM wipes for a while but then became jaded by how many ran off with the lost socks at the laundromat and just started using cut up old yet very soft terry towels or flannel sheets. I guess I could serge the edges but I figure why bother because I seriously loose about a quarter of them each wash! Does anyone else have this problem? Sorry if that isn't much help in answering your question.


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I just changed from a store purchased brand (gasp) and made my own from some left over flannel from mama pad sewing. LOVING THEM! I actually watched a couple videos online and I've been keeping a few damp inside an plastic container...used a little water, a dab of baby shampoo .....LOVING THEM! Wishing we would have used homemade ones a long time ago..even DH is in love...duck.gifThey are all a different size as I just used up the flannel pieces I had... anyhoo....I would share with you if I had flannel left. :)


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