View Single Post
Old 01-29-2013, 09:24 PM   #26
kinderreruns's Avatar
kinderreruns
Registered Users
seller
 
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: San Antonio, TX
Posts: 416
My Mood:
Re: Cloth Wipes for the budget?

For years I used cheap wash clothes or cut up recieving blankets, drops of baby wash with occasional drops of tea tree oil for solution in an enpty wipe tub. This year I treated myself to a warmer, Osocozy double side terry/flannel wipes and a pack of the Fuzzibunz wipes that have 1 side cotton and one side fleece. I like the Osocozy terry flannel better than the Fuzzibunz. The warmer is soo awesome my cheap husband would replace it if it broke. He now hates toss out wipes.

To save, however, I do not use their "pads" for the bottom. I use old wash clothes instead. The point of this pad is to protect your wipes from burning in the event they are in the warmer for a spell. I do not care if an old washcloth gets a ting brown from heat.
kinderreruns is offline   Reply With Quote