Thanks for sharing check out @the.well.mama for some great tips and recipe for using cloth wipes! Switching to cloth wipes was the best decision!! They work way better, you usually only need one, they're so cost efficient, better for the environment being in the laundry opposed to a landfill AND look how cute they are 😍😂 I got these wipes from @farmgirldesign.nb they're a really generous size and very well made! My bambino has the most sensitive skin and we have had far better results with these than any organic, or free and clear wipe I had tried, and let's not kid ourselves, they were in no way entirely organic. Plus did I mention the savings? We would go through sooo many baby wipes because we used them for literally everything. And buying organic was costing us about $10 a pack. With 3 kids we were spending $80 a month on wipes and would still run out. These are only costing me a few dollars a month and they're really not as inconvenient as you may think. Here's the recipe: .*1.5 cups distilled water
1tbs witch hazel
1tbs coconut oil
1tbs Castille soap
5 drops lavender or gentle baby (if there is a rash present you could add a drop of teatree)
Shake the ingredients together really well in a jar and pour solution over wipes. It's that easy. I don't always need all of the solution, so I save it in the jar and add as needed.