Easy way to save money
We've been using cloth nappies on our 24 month old since birth and only bought the Cheeky Wipes "baby wipes mini kit" about 4-5 months ago. I'm so annoyed I didn't purchase this sooner!
It is so simple to use. Every night we give the container a quick rinse and top up with fresh water and clean wipes. (If you don't do this every day the wipes smell musty, particularly if you live in a hot climate like we do).
Don't bother with the essential oils - you only need water in the container with the wipes. When it comes to washing them, your deterge...
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The terry cloth wipes are good and I use a lot less than the disposable wipes. They have washed well and I find they’re easier to wipe.
Not sure I really needed all the big containers in the kit, I could have made do with 1 small container to store the wet clean ones in. Dirty ones go straight to the nappy bucket for wash day. I don’t like the wet bags it came with either.
But I also added the rainbow microfibre wipes for the face and hands, which are terrible. The water actually runs off the fabric instead of absorbing even after a year of constant use and washing. They have gone mouldy too, although I wash them every 2nd day.
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I bought these during real nappy week when I was pregnant but it's taken me til my baby was four months old to use them. I was hesitant in case it was hassle or gross but as it turns out, I wish I'd started using them earlier. I bought the full kit and find it is perfectly designed so is very easy to use., no hassle and not any more gross than using disposables. I find that the terry towelling wipes are the perfect size and get the muck off more easily - I only need to use one or two per change whereas I was using a lot more of the disposables....I did find my baby got a bit of a red bum to start with but I think I was using too much essential oil (which smells great) and scrubbing too hard with the wipe..! Seems to have settled down now - if it continues ill just look into using softer wipes or just using water without the oil. I know you can make your own baby wipes for much less but I love the specially designed boxes etc. I will probably stick with disposable baby wipes when out and about though, but you never know. Easy, Eco friendly, cost effective if you consider the price of disposable wipes, smells nice Seems a lot to pay upfront - if you're unaware how many disposable ones you might actually need
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