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    coffee filters work well, also

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    In the above you mention "homemade calendula oil (which we frequently use in various homemade salves and lotions for it's excellent healing benefits)."

    Where do I find the directions for making this? I searched all over the website without any success. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Homemade Antifungal Baby Wipes

    Quote Originally Posted by Bethe1 View Post
    In the above you mention "homemade calendula oil (which we frequently use in various homemade salves and lotions for it's excellent healing benefits)."

    Where do I find the directions for making this? I searched all over the website without any success. Thanks.
    It's super hard to make you put 1 oz of calendula flowers in a pint jar and cover with a carrier oil such as almond or grapeseed. Seal it, store it in a dark place and shake it once per day. After 10 days, you have Calendula oil. Strain it and use it as needed.
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    I've taken the homemade baby wipes one step further and instead of using paper towel, I've cut fleece into squares and made reusable wipes and stored them in a recycled wipes container. Just toss 'em in the wash when soiled.

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    Great idea, nuzzlebug! I'm gonna try that!

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    what would be a good alternative to Aloe? we have several members in our family that are alergic to aloe.

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    Thanks for the ideas. I used to make some wipes for sticky kid fingers out of paper towels, but am/was buying flushable wipes for the bathroom. I could be making my own from toilet tissue, duh!

 

 
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