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  • Vihaney Graves

    Homemade cleaning wipes 1 cup of water 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol 2 Tbsp. Dawn dish soap (only use Dawn) 2 Tbsp. ammonia (optional)

  • Dawn Yarnell

    Homemade Clorox Disinfecting Wipes Homemade Clorox Wipes 1 cup of water 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol 2 Tbsp. Dawn dish soap (only use Dawn) 2 Tbsp. ammonia (optional) 24 rags – cut into squares. I cut them to about 4×6 inches but whatever size you have available or whichever size you need will work. I also use old washrags that have seen better days.

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Just did a batch and I am trying them out so far I love them! It is way cheaper than buying them and I get to reuse them. How to Make Your own Homemade Clorox Wipes (Without Using Bleach!)

Cloth "clorox" type wipes...I will definitely be using these. I dislike buying clorox wipes, but always want them when I don't have them.

Homemade Baby Wipes. My aunt makes these and says they are amazing. I found out there are HORRIBLE chemicals in regular wipes that can make diaper rash worse. Also, using coconut oil instead of rash creams can work wonders. Not to mention this is WAY cheaper!

Homemade disinfectant wipes - rubbing alcohol + Dawn dish soap!

8. Cloth baby wipes They're not any extra work, because you just wrap them up in the dirty diaper and wash them together. You're already doing the laundry! Plus you can use them to dry baby's tushie off rather than leaving it wet like you would using a disposable wipe (and moisture trapped against the skin is a leading cause of diaper rash). #clothdiapers #nopins

Homemade Wipes now I know what to do with those 50 million coffee containers my dad has been saving

Home made cleaning wipes to replace those clorox wipes. Less toxic and way less expensive!

My baby's all grown up now, but this is still a great idea. Think I'd use Viva, instead of Bounty, much softer and still strong.

homemade clorox clean wipes- great tip on how to cut and fold the wipes so they fit the container- won't use the recipe though.

Make your own baby wipes. These are better than the store bought! All natural, free of harmful chemicals, soothing, and CHEAPER!

  • Shavon Morgan-Julian

    Love these homemade ideas!

  • Stephanie

    There's no preservative in these though, which means bacteria can grow wild in it

  • BathroomSprayers.com

    Baby Wipes are great just don't use them as toilet paper because they don't break down and are causing expensive clogs in the sewers! You might even get sued for it in an apartment building if they can trace the wipes back to you. A better solution is the Hand Bidet Sprayer. Cleaner, Cheaper, Healthier and no clogging. See www.bathroomsprayers.com.

  • S B

    For a perservative you could just add vitamin e, which also has the benefit of preventing dry skin/diaper rash.

  • Lindsey Rose

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