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    Hi ladies,

    I have made some cloth wipes, and have a spray bottle with water beside the change table for when the wipe needs to be wet. I was just wondering if "water only" was best in the spray bottle, or what others use to wet their wipes. I have heard of mixing some baby wash and baby oil into the water, but was after some feedback from others?

    Thanks!


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    We've just been using water.

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    You can get different wipes solutions from various WAHM/Nappy stores online.
    Twinkle Lily one is really fab, thing The Nappy Bucket have some too.

    Water is fine though, we often just used water.
    Once she was older (9months+) we also put a drop of lavender oil in the water.

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    I used to put a few drops of baby wash (no more than 1/4 of a teaspoon into the bottle) in mainly just for a tiny bit of scent. But now DS gets the bottle down off the change table and likes to suck out of it (!!!) so we are back to plain water.

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    We just use water.

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    hi hon I have a bowl of water as I found that spraying didn't wet them enough. I just have water by itself but when ds had a sore red bottom I used to put hot water in a thermos with salt in it and shake it up, then I'd pore a little bit in at a time so the water was warm and healing for his little bottom. Otherwise just water for us

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    thanks ladies!
    water it is then

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