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A quick and easy alternative to store-bought baby wipes – especially while there is a shortage. I have been making these for over 20 years!!
Homemade Baby Wipes
- 1 roll of paper towels cloth-like I used Bounty brand
- 2 cups water
- 2 Tbsp liquid baby bath soap
- 1 Tbsp baby oil
- 7 to 8 cup square or round container
- Cut paper towel roll in half with a serrated knife, a bread knife works great.
- Place one of the halves in the round or square container.
- Boil 2 cups of water for 2 minutes.
- Add liquid bath soap and baby oil to the boiled water.
- Pour mixture evenly over paper towels.
- Pull out the cardboard core of the paper towel roll. It comes out easily once it is wet.
- Place lid on container.
- Keep the lid securely on the container until ready to use, start by pulling the wipes from the center of the roll, and then replace lid after each use.
- The wipes should stay wet and fresh for up to a week. If you haven’t used all of the wipes and they start to dry out, simply add some boiled water to refresh the roll.
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