Baby Wipes: Re-using Disposable Baby Wipes

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, June 15, 2019 | 0 comments
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Image: Dad's First Diaper Change, by Christi on Flickr

Image: Huggies Simply Clean Fragrance Free Baby Wipes Refill, 600 Count
Huggies Fragrance Free Baby Wipes
We use Huggies disposable wipes because they can be washed with the diapers enumerable times.

I lost count and when one finally gets threadbare (20 washings?), I use it as the pooper scooper.

When I have finally rinsed the poopy diaper, I rinse off the poopy wipe in the rinse bucket and say farewell.

It is so ironic something intended to be used one time can be washed 20 or more times.

Other brands don't go as long 2-3 maybe 5 washes and they are very linty but not the Huggies wipes.

Image: Prince Lionheart Warmies Reusable Cloth Wipes | Using reusable wipes for your baby keeps tons of trash out of landfills annually | making Warmies the environmentally conscious decision
Prince Lionheart Cloth Wipes
To think I spent hours making little cloth wipes out of an old flannel sheet 12 months ago, and have yet to use them for a baby's bottom.

We use them as napkins at mealtime instead.

-- Stay-at-home dad, Mike Micklich

Thanks to Mike Micklich for this Frugal Baby Tip!

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