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  • Stephany

    Homemade Baby Wipes - sub the baby soap and oil for water and vinegar and it's homemade wipes for your counters!

  • Debi Fronczek

    DIY Baby wipes - 2 cups water that has been boiled and cooled to room temperature 2 Tbsp. baby shampoo or baby wash 1 Tbsp. baby oil - 1 roll viva paper towels

  • Lisa Pepperell

    What you need: a round plastic container with a tight-fitting lid (the one we chose is a little big, but it's what we had on hand) thick, strong roll of white paper towels (we prefer Viva brand, as it is very thick and strong but also soft and cloth-like) Sharp, serrated knife to cut paper towel roll in half 2 cups water that has been boiled and cooled to room temperature 2 Tbsp. baby shampoo or baby wash 1 Tbsp. baby oil First, cut your paper towel roll in half and remove the inner cardboard tube. Then mix your liquid ingredients in container and place one of the paper towel halves inside, cut side down (save the other half for the next time you need to make wipes). Put the lid of the container one tightly and let it sit until all the liquid is absorbed. Next, turn the container upside down and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Then turn it right side up, open your container, and "start" your roll by pulling a towel from the center of the roll. Ta-da! You have just made baby wipes that will not only clean your baby's skin, but make it feel super-soft as well! Plus, these wipes are way cheaper than commercial brands and don't contain mystery ingredients. If you would prefer to make washable, reusable wipes, simply use this solution along with cloth wipes!

  • Lindsey Gruss

    Homemade Baby Wipes A while ago we were asked to do a guest post by Kristen over at Peace, Love, & Crafts (thanks for having us, Kristen!!). Since she is expecting a little one, we decided to share a baby-related tutorial: Homemade Baby Wipes! In case you missed it, we thought we'd post it here today! What you need: * a round plastic container with a tight-fitting lid (the one we chose is a little big, but it's what we had on hand) * thick, strong roll of white paper towels (we prefer Viva brand, as it is very thick and strong but also soft and cloth-like) * Sharp, serrated knife to cut paper towel roll in half * 2 cups water that has been boiled and cooled to room temperature * 2 Tbsp. baby shampoo or baby wash * 1 Tbsp. baby oil First, cut your paper towel roll in half and remove the inner cardboard tube. Then mix your liquid ingredients in container and place one of the paper towel halves inside, cut side down (save the other half for the next time you need to make wipes). Put the lid of the container one tightly and let it sit until all the liquid is absorbed. Next, turn the container upside down and let it sit for about 10 minutes. Then turn it right side up, open your container, and "start" your roll by pulling a towel from the center of the roll.

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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!

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.

Great for babies with allergies to wipes..I am gonna save in case I need to do this..

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

Whether you are frugal, green, or just want the best for your kiddos, these baby wipes are amazing!!! Use as diaper wipes or for sticky hands and faces.

Made these today, and so far I love them! They came out to less than $1 for half a roll. (HINT: Use Cetaphil instead of baby soap - use the rest as face wash for yourself. Use Viva paper towels instead of Bounty - they are MUCH softer!)

Homemade baby wipes. I would make these for makeup remover wipes, camping, traveling, etc. Great idea. i'd sub baby soap for dr. bronners, and maybe add a tiny bit of tea tree oil for antibacterial properties.

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