Baby Wipes_: Water

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Monday, March 10, 2008 | 0 comments
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Thanks to Christina, Ginger & Jo for this Frugal Baby Tip!

Christina said: Anybody else just use water? I have a pile of her wipes in the bathroom. I need to pass the bathroom to get to her room, so I just run the tap -- not even warm!!! She doesn't seem to mind the coolish cloth, and her bum is pristine if I do say so myself!

Ginger said: We use plain water. Tried using tea tree oil, lavendar, baby soap, and olive oil, but it really made her bottom red. Same thing happens if they use commercial wipes on her at church.

Jo said: We just use water. Our changing station is on the bathroom counter, so it's convenient. Colin's only had one minor rash & 1 major which started over Christmas holiday while using Huggies wipes

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