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Baby Wipes

Make your own baby wipes.  You need: 

1 roll of Bounty paper towels

2-1/4 cups of water,

2 Tbsp. Baby bath or shampoo

1 Tbsp of Baby oil


Cut the roll of towels in half (an electric knife works well) and remove the cardboard center. Mix all liquid ingredients together, put towels in a container (an old wipes container or a round Rubbermaid container works well) and pour the liquid over top of the towels. When ready to use, pull the towels from the center. (This tip was submitted by many of our readers)


Wet Ones

Homemade wet-ones:  Cut a roll of paper towels (Bounty works best) in half with electric knife, if possible.  Remove cardboard tube.  Make solution of 2 cups water, 2 tablespoons of baby bath, and 2 tablespoons of baby oil in a container large enough to hold the half roll of paper towel.  Submerge half roll into solution. It will eventually soak up all the solution. Pull the wet ones from the center of the tube.  Close with a tight fitting lid.  I used a Rubbermaid container.  If you need to put them in a diaper bag, just pull out a few and fold them to fit a smaller store bought container.  Last a long time.  Plus you still have the other half of the roll for your next batch! -- Pam



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