Baby Wipes_: Spray Bottle

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Wednesday, August 15, 2007 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Tracy for this Frugal Baby Tip!

I've noticed, on this list and other boards, lots of questions about cloth wipes solutions, etc., and I've not seen this suggestion. We just use a spray bottle used for misting plants and store the wipes, dry, in a container (disposible wipes container).

When I change my daughter, I just spray her bum (which helps get some of the poo off) and sometimes the wipe. It works really well, and is travel friendly. Anyway, just an idea! I started using cloth wipes to avoid harmful chemicals, and just read in the ingredients on the baby bath that I add to the water, and noticed that they add SLS! I'm pretty peeved and will be looking for another baby bath now.....



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