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Hi all, What is your favorite wipe "recipe"? I found several on this site and used the one with the anti-bac soap. I've read that using the anti-bac in the "mix" will allow the wipes to last longer. However,

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    Jill Coughlin
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    Hi all,



    What is your favorite wipe "recipe"? I found several on this site

    and used the one with the anti-bac soap. I've read that using the

    anti-bac in the "mix" will allow the wipes to last longer. However,

    this made very wet wipes and they irritated Jolie's bottom.



    TIA,



    Jill 8-)










  2. #2
    Ria
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    My favorite one is a mixture of hot water and a tbsp.

    baby wash and tbsp. baby oil.





    --- Jill Coughlin <jscoughlin@roadrunner.com> wrote:



    > Hi all,

    >

    > What is your favorite wipe "recipe"? I found

    > several on this site

    > and used the one with the anti-bac soap. I've read

    > that using the

    > anti-bac in the "mix" will allow the wipes to last

    > longer. However,

    > this made very wet wipes and they irritated Jolie's

    > bottom.

    >

    > TIA,

    >

    > Jill 8-)

    >

    >

    >









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    Gypsum Moon
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    Not baby wipes, but all-purpose-family-wipes:



    a few drops of jojoba oil

    a couple drops of tea tree oil

    enough water to moisten



    I use the select-a-size wipes; hubby cuts a roll in

    half with his Guy Saw <g> - easier than my serrated

    bread knife. I use a Rubbermaid container I bought just

    for this purpose, into which I cut a small (think piggy bank)

    slot) on the lid. We all use these all the time, and they

    have the added benefit - at least for us - of repelling insects,

    at least a few. Most bugs don't like tea tree.



    Cindy








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    Chris
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    that's what i use on my son's butt they are great and cheap just use

    the good paper towels and not hte cheapies they act like toliet paper

    LOl I use 2 tbs of baby oil, 2 tbs of antibactrial soap and 2 cups of

    warm water. with 1/2 of the paper towels.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Jill Coughlin <jscoughlin@...> wrote:

    >

    > Hi all,

    >

    > What is your favorite wipe "recipe"? I found several on this site

    > and used the one with the anti-bac soap. I've read that using the

    > anti-bac in the "mix" will allow the wipes to last longer. However,

    > this made very wet wipes and they irritated Jolie's bottom.

    >

    > TIA,

    >

    > Jill 8-)

    >










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    N. Kl.
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    I like mixing distilled or boiled water with 1 T. of quality baby shampoo and 1 T. baby oil. I purchase baby wipes from the Stork Warehouse, which is a WAHM who lives in my area. She has really nice high quality cloth. An idea is to keep the water in a small spray bottle and spritz it on the cloth wipes. (I do this if they are wet only, we do cloth diaper but I just can't with the wipes). You could also use the high quality paper towels and spritz them before using. I found the bounty paper towel recipe to be too wet and it got nasty after awhile. Nicole

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    Sarah Long
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    When my kids were that age I used the Bounty select-a-size paper towels (only when on sale) or cut regular paper towels in 1/2. For the mix I used water, baby oil, and a few drops of dish soap. I just remembered to shake up the container before using them and they worked fine.

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    Chrissey
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Comic Sans MS;">My favorite for my daughter was a wet wash cloth. I bought a package of either 10 or 12 wash cloths that were a different color from what our bath ones were. When I needed to clean her bottom, I grabbed one of those and ran it under warm water. Then, just throw them in with the bleach stuff.
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    From: Jill Coughlin
    Date: 7/26/2007 1:26:53 PM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Budget101.com -best homemade baby wipes?

    Hi all,

    What is your favorite wipe "recipe"?I found several on this site
    and used the one with the anti-bac soap.I've read that using the
    anti-bac in the "mix" will allow the wipes to last longer.However,
    this made very wet wipes and they irritated Jolie's bottom.

    TIA,

    Jill 8-)




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    I make these up and keep them for my family. My nephew is allergic to many things and we have used these with him from the very beginning. Herbal Wipes:
    1 roll Bounty paper towels, cut in half. Use a serrated, sharp knife.
    Remove cardboard tube.
    Put in a Rubbermaid container... try the Collectible round 2-quart with a
    screw-on top.
    Note: Each recipe makes 2 containers. 16 oz.. bottle witch hazel
    Add: 1 Tbsp. Tea Tree Essential Oil
    1 teaspoon Lavender Essential Oil
    12 drops Lemongrass Essential Oil
    Shake well.
    Add to 4 cups distilled water and mix well. Pour half over each 1/2 roll of
    Bounty towels in jar. Put lid on jar, and turn jar upside down and on its side
    to moisten all towel segments

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