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Old 02-02-2012, 08:57 PM   #1
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Keeping wipe water warm

What is the best way to keep wipe water/solution closer to body temperature? I'm trying to decide if I should buy one of those thermos pumps or if I should get an electric wipe warmers. I think I like the idea of a thermos better but I'm not sure. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I'm pretty sure I'm just going to be using water in the beginning but my bathroom sink takes like a full minute to warm up.

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Old 02-02-2012, 09:18 PM   #2
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We are using the pump thermos and we LOVE it! It is a simple way to get warm wipes whenever you need them, I totally recommend it!
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My vote is for an electric wipes warmer. However, our changing table is not in the bathroom or anywhere near a sink. A thermos would not work for us, where would the extra water go? Sounds messy. Plus I like using a wipe solution that I pre-soak the wipes in, then place in the warmer.
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i keep my wipe solution in a wipe warmer and dip wipes as needed...
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Old 02-02-2012, 11:51 PM   #5
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Re: Keeping wipe water warm

We use a little square shaped bucket (that actually came with my kitchen scale but I don't need it for that) to catch the extra water when wetting a wipe so it's not messy at all. Like I said, I love this solution, but I can see how the wipes warmer would work for others as well
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Re: Keeping wipe water warm

I use a wipe warmer I keep my wipes wet and ready to go using some Lusa wipe juice totally love it its the one CD/diapering product Ive gotten that has never ever failed me.
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I put water with a drop of tto in the electric wipe warmer then dip my wipes in it and wring it out. I have a small spray bottle of Lusa wipe juice and spray baby's bottom and wipe it up. The spray is room temp but the warm wipe makes it better. Dd never complains.
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