Diapering_: Using Washcloths

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Tuesday, January 29, 2008 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Elke for this Frugal Baby Tip!

I have some trim fitted flannels that I made, that I add doublers to for added absorbancy. When I ran out, I tossed in one of those cheap terry washcloths (which I use as wipes) from Costco that we all were talking about awhile back.

Anyhow... tonight I got to thinking that I could use that as a poop catcher too... Especially since when I used the Gerber EZ Liners the other day I was feeling like... this isn't what I use cloth for -- just so I can stick in a paperish synthetic thingie next to my son's skin. The washcloths are great so far... I may splurge and buy some 100% cotton washcloths for this, but so far the cheapies are good.

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