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#1 of 3 Old 11-01-2007, 12:28 AM - Thread Starter
 
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I use cloth wipes in plain water in an old Huggies wipes tub. Does anyone know if it's safe to use these with a wipes warmer? The only one I've seen at the store is a tub that holds the wipes. I don't know if I can fill it with water. If not, is there a warmer that I can put my water filled tub in or on that would be safer?

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I put my wipes directly in the warmer and pour about 1 c water w/ soultion over them. I have never had an issue with this method.
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I pour the water over them in a container and then transfer to the warmer. One thing I noticed is if they sit in the warmer too long it starts to burn/melt the flannel on the wipes. I rotate them every time I use them so they don't sit on the heater.
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