Diapering_: Plain Old Water

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, September 24, 2006 | 0 comments
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Thanks to J.S. Klein for this Frugal Baby Tip!

I use baby washcloths too. My daughter's change table is in her nursery (might as well be as it's not like she SLEEPS in there LOL) so when I remember, I grab a cloth from the stash in the bathroom and run it under the warm tap.

If I forget, I have a squeezy bottle full of plain old water that I use to wet down a cloth from the stash on the change table. I've never found that we need anything other than water, to be honest.

I have seen that Kissaluvs makes a "Lotion Potion" that you mix with Witch Hazel, which is supposed to keep nicely. I've been tempted a couple of times, but then I figure if it ain't broke...



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