Make Your Own Baby Wipes

I have to admit, when I found this recipe on a site called live well network, I didn't think they would turn out as good as they did. But needless to say, I love everything about these baby wipes, the texture, the smell and the fact that I can say I made them myself!

They are so simple to make; all you need are 3 ingredients,a roll of heavy duty paper towels cut in half (I used Bounty) and a container tall enough to fit the half roll in so that you can pull the wipes from the top.

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I'm thinking that one of those full size empty coffee containers would work, or any tall plastic container that will hold the roll of paper towels (cut in half that is). I used an empty pretzel container and it was the perfect size.

You will need,

2 1/4 cups water

2 Tablespoons of baby wash (I used baby shampoo and they smell wonderful)

1 Tablespoon of baby oil or mineral oil

After you half cut the roll of paper towels all the way in half , you take one of the halves and place it in your container(leaving the cardboard tube intact). Mix together all of the ingredients and pour over the paper towels. Once you have poured it all in and it has saturated the paper towels you will reach in and pull out the cardboard tube (it comes out very easily when wet). When you need a wipe you reach in and pull from the center. Its very easy and I must say I will probably never go back to the store bought brands just because I love everything about them. If you would like, you can cut a slat in the top of your container and pull through. Store them in a cool dry place, away from sunlight, when not in use. These wipes have no chemical additives or preservatives so mold ISa possibility, especially in warm weather.

I've heard that adding 4 drops of tea tree oil (a natural antiseptic) to the liquidmixture helps deter mold. Also some people have suggested that if you use the scented baby wash instead of the unscented, the small amount of alcohol that is in it will help prevent mold. 1 tablespoon of vinegar might also work. I used the baby shampoo and have never had a problem with mold. All of this is great advice. Either way I will never go back to store bought brands again.

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Posted in Home Improvement Post Date 11/22/2016