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  • Lyndi Turner

    diy makeup remover wipes: cut a roll of paper towels in half, place in container and soak with 4 cups warm water and desired mixture (including coconut oil). For baby wipes add 1-2 squirts of baby wash. For make up remover wipes just add the coconut oil (& a squirt of your favorite face wash if you want) For cleaning wipes add a few drops of concentrated cleaner.

  • Joanne Scott Acevedo

    Homemade wipes of any kind. Cut a roll of paper towels in half, place in a container and soak with 4 cups warm water & desired mixture (including coconut oil). The ingredients differ only slightly depending on what kind of wipes you're making. For baby wipes add 1-2 squirts of baby wash. For make up remover wipes just add the coconut oil (& a squirt of your favorite face wash if you want, but not necessary) For cleaning wipes add a few drops of your favorite concentrated cleaner.

  • Valerie Rucks

    Homemade Baby / Makeup Remover / Cleaning Wipes! You can view the whole tutorial for making your own "wipes" HERE at WhiteHouseBlackShutters.com. But quite honestly, the process is so simple I'm not sure you even need a "tutorial". It involves cutting a roll of paper towels in half, placing in container and soaking with 4 cups warm water and desired mixture (including coconut oil). The ingredients differ only slightly depending on what kind of wipes you're making. For baby wipes: 4 cups warm water (one reader recommends DISTILLED water to inhibit the growth of mold), 1-2 tablespoons Coconut Oil, and 1-2 squirts of baby wash. For make up remover wipes: 4 cups warm water, 1-2 tablespoons Coconut Oil. (1-2 squirts of baby wash or your your favorite face wash if you want, but it's not necessary) UPDATE: 11/29/11: A couple of people who have tried this have said their wipes started developing mold within a couple of weeks. A couple of things to try are: Making smaller batches so you are using them up faster....OR....adding some Tea Tree Oil, which is supposed to inhibit the growth of mold. Hope this helps someone out! I really love my homemade makeup remover wipes! I haven't had the mold issue...but I live in SUCH a dry state! Don't know if that has anything to do with it or not. For cleaning wipes: 4 cups warm water, a few drops of your favorite concentrated cleaner. (Or click here to see my "Homemade Clorox Wipes") She also offers good advice on what kind of container to store them in and what kind of paper towels work best. She even has a FREE PRINTABLE you can download to include with a GIFT! Great shower gift idea! Off to buy some Coconut Oil...................

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