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    Home made Wipes. Made them with Viva Paper Towels. Love them!

    Homemade Baby Wipes alter recipe for makeup wipes cleanup wipes pet wipes

    Homemade Baby Wipes. Can do with Cloth ;)

    Cloth Wipe Solution Recipes

    Homemade baby wipes, has anyone tried this?

    DIY Baby Wipes

    diy cleaning wipes

    video how to make-bleach wipes, baby wipes, glass wipes, and hand sanitizing wipes. each batch costs about 75 cents to make. I will probably be using this pin for life.

    Homeade Cleaning wipes

    Take your favorite liquid fabric softener and soak an old hand towel or flour cloth completely with it. Wring it out and let it dry completely, then throw it in with your next load. This mega-fabric softener sheet should be good for at least 40 loads of laundry WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!

    Diaper strap - keeps diaper and wipes together in the big purse.

    Dip the tip of an empty Swiffer Wetjet solution bottle into boiling water for about 10 seconds and the lid twists off (use a towel). Refill with your preferred cleaning solution at appropriate dilution and re-cap.

    swiffer covers out of fleece blankets or microfiber dusting cloths from the dollar store - machine washable! this whole site has tons of dollar store crafts!

    DIY Baby wipes

    Reuse baby wipes containers

    Cleaning homemade recipes

    I learned this trick when we were selling our home: To make a stainless steel sink shine like a super star, squirt a small amount of baby oil in a clean sink. Spread it around with a dry paper towel and wipe clean. Then step back and enjoy your model home-quality kitchen.

    Wash your towels in hot water with a cup of vinegar, and then run again in hot water with a half-cup of baking soda. That will strip your towels from all of that residue and mildew smell and will actually leave them feeling fluffy and smelling fresh. (Do not add laundry detergent to either wash. Just once with vinegar and once with baking soda.) good to know for the future. (definitely don't add soap -- remember lucy?)