Monday, May 20, 2013

Messy Monday: DIY Baby Wipes

If there's one thing that's guaranteed to get dirty at least a dozen times in my house, it's bottoms. The little kind of course, like on my 1 year old. And quite frankly, sometimes (most of the time) I just want to make my own baby wipes. Even if for the only reason that it saves money when you use them for so many other things.

How To:
•1 roll of paper towels (I've found Bounty to be the best)
•1 1/2 C. warm water
•2 Tbsp. baby wash
•1 Tbsp. baby oil
• rectangular plastic container with a lid

•Use a carving knife to cut your paper towels in half. You can make a double batch with the remaining half, or save it for next time.

•Place paper towel half in plastic container.
•In a 2 C. measuring cup, stir together water, baby was & baby oil. 
•Very slowly, pour mixture over paper towels starting from the center & working your way out. be sure to completely saturate cardboard middle.
•Working from an end, carefully tear & pull out cardboard middle.

•Be sure you pull your wipes from the more saturated center.


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