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Old 07-08-2013, 09:06 AM   #1
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Cloth wipes and wipe warmer

If your use a warmer with your cloth wipes and change them out every 1-2 days, is there any reason to use the moisture pillow with it? Our pillow needs replacing but I was hoping we don't need it sine we change them out frequently and keep plenty of liquid in it.

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Re: Cloth wipes and wipe warmer

Also curious about this, as I was wanting to do the same thing. I don't have a pillow yet though.
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Re: Cloth wipes and wipe warmer

I threw the pillow out right away and as long as the wipes don't sit for 5-6 days it's been fine.
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Re: Cloth wipes and wipe warmer

I've never used the pillow. No problems. For the most part though I just keep water in it and wet the wipes as I need them, that just works better for me these days.
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Re: Cloth wipes and wipe warmer

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I've never used the pillow. No problems. For the most part though I just keep water in it and wet the wipes as I need them, that just works better for me these days.
I do the exact same thing with some baby mild Dr. Bronners, coconut oil, and a few drops tea tree/lavender oil. It is super easy and stays fresher for me than having wipes in there. No pillow necessary
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I do the exact same thing with some baby mild Dr. Bronners, coconut oil, and a few drops tea tree/lavender oil. It is super easy and stays fresher for me than having wipes in there. No pillow necessary
I mostly use wipe bits bc I'm lazy lol. But when I'm feeling ambitious my favorite solution is coconut oil, baking soda, salt, water and orange eo. It smells like heaven.
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Re: Cloth wipes and wipe warmer

Thanks ladies, I am just going to save myself the money then and not worry about it.
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