Happy Monday! Did you know I started using cloth diapers on Caleb a couple months ago? We’re loving it! I love that we’re using less chemicals, easier on the environment, and they are better for his skin!
But then, we ran into a problem. What do we do about wipes? You’ll have to have a separate bag for the disposable wipes and the cloth diapers….and it just wasn’t fun! So, my friend who taught me all about cloth diapers helped me out with making my own wipes. It’s so cheap, easy and chemical free!
24 baby washclothes
Mix 6-10 drops of lavender oil & 2 tablespoons Epsom salts in a quart jar. Slowly add 2 cups hot water and stir until dissolved. Put 6 washcloths in the bottom of the wipe container, then pour 1/2 cup of the mixture over the 6 washcloths. Continue with the rest of the washcloths. You might have to play around with the amount of water for your desired “wetness” of the wipes.
It’s that quick, easy & affordable!
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6 thoughts on “Super Easy DIY Cloth Baby Wipes”
I’ve considered cloth diapering when it’s time for us to have kiddos–thanks for this idea! I love how much money can be saved by ridding our home of disposable items and replacing them with easy and affordable solutions.
Awesome. And you probably save tons of money doing it this way
Such great ideas here! My mom loves essential oils and I know she would be so happy to see something like this! 🙂
Making your own wipes you know exactly what’s in it! Great post! 🙂
I’ll have to try this out. We’ve been using cloth since my daughter was born. She’s 3 now, still in cloth. And now I have an 11 month old also in cloth. We made the switch to cloth wipes a year ago, but I haven’t tried this yet!