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Old 03-19-2013, 12:09 AM - Thread Starter
 
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What do you use for baby wipes when cloth (or disposable) diapering?  Are there any good natural baby wipes out there? I try to use cloth, but seems like I end up using more of the purchased baby wipes as they are more convenient. 


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I alternate between pre-wetting my cloth wipes and folding them pop up style (like disposables) and keeping them a wipes box and spraying the bottom and using dry wipes to make them more convenient.


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I have a stack of folded cloth wipes and a spray bottle (plain water) on the change table. When I've got DD there to change a diaper I just grab one, give it a few squirts and change away. The whole thing goes into the diaper pail with the diaper, etc. I guess I'm weird, I actually find cloth wipes more convenient because with disposable ones I had to put the wipe into another bin and it was annoying.

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I also find cloth wipes more convenient.  I keep stacks of them everywhere I change diapers and just use my squirt bottle or run them under the faucet, then throw in bag with dirty diaper.


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I LOVE LOVE LOVE my Premium Washies by BabyKicksThey have a pouch roomy enough for large hands to fit into and have saved many fingers from the dreaded remnants of diaper blowouts. The pouch can also be used to hold a bar of soap for a constant lather that older kids and adults enjoy. BEST thing about them is that they are hemp fleece!!! 

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We got some cheap flannell and made our own wipes.  Super easy and we actually prefer them to disposable wipes. I just cut squares, and honestly never got around to hemming all of them.  We love them so much I cut larger ones for cleaning rags.  They go right into the wet pail and into the laundry with the diapers.  

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We got a bunch of cheap washcloths and then just wet them down with a squidgy water bottle, then threw them in the laundry with the diapers.
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