Operation: Diaper Wipes

Two ingredients + water + 1 roll of paper towels = diaper wipes, friends!

A few people shared a recipe for homemade diaper wipes, so Chris and I decided to try 'em out.

And because I think they're so fabulous, I wanted to share with you all!

[Because what Momma doesn't want to save money?!]
Cut roll of paper towels in half.

Make sure you use a durable roll of paper towels (we used Bounty).

Cut the roll in half.

Set aside.
In a bowl, mix 1 cup water with 1 tablespoon baby wash and 1 tablespoon baby oil.

Put half of the roll of paper towels in a container and pour the mixture on top.

Let soak for 5-10 minutes.

Pull out the cardboard core and walah!

You've got wipes!

Store in a ziplock bag or container with a lid (we actually used an ice cream bucket).

You're done!


I'm not kidding.

These work EXACTLY the same as store-bought wipes.

And it's SO easy.


Homemade Baby Wipes
1 cup water
1 Tbsp baby wash
1 Tbsp baby oil
1 roll heavy-duty paper towels (cut in half)
Mix liquids in container. Dump over half a roll of paper towels. Let soak for 5-10 minutes. Take
out cardboard core. Store in air-tight container.


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