When you use cloth diapers you just throw them in the diaper pail or wet bag right? The same goes for cloth wipes. Just wipe and toss with the diaper. It is as easy as that. In fact, what is more difficult is using disposable wipes because you have to have a separate bag set up to throw those wipes away. I would know because my husband still uses disposable wipes (but he used cloth diapers so I can’t complain).
Welcome to our second part of Cloth Wipe Solution 101. You can read Part One here. In this post we are going to cover two more different types of cloth wipe solution, the add water and the ready-to-use solutions.
Over the last couple of years I have had the opportunity to try out a variety of different cloth wipe solutions – homemade, cubes, just add water, and ready to use. Some of the brands have worked great, some not so great and some work fine. In Part One we’re going to cover the basic types of wipe solution and the pros and cons of each one.
Once you get into cloth diapers, most (if not all) parents tend to start using cloth wipes as well. Cloth wipes make sense – you’re washing diapers, so why not wash wipes at the same time? Plus, reusable wipes are one less thing to throw away and one less thing you have to buy all the time. You buy or make a couple dozen and you are good to go forever.
There are so many different types of wipe products out there. There’s Lysol wipes, Pampers wipes, Windex wipes, Wet Ones… basically every type of cleaning product or baby brand has a disposable wipe version. Sure, these things are handy. You don’t have to search for a clean rag, you don’t have to wash the rag …