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    Default Weekly Poll - Baby Wipes

    What kind of wipes do you use on your baby? Please click on the poll above ^

    Thanks to everyone who has added their baby wipes review. If you'd like to be in the running to win a Jellystone Teething Necklace just add your review by the end of Sunday - find out how here http://ow.ly/6z2ZK.
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    I use both shop-bought organic/eco and shop-bought ordinary too

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    My son has eczema, we only use wotnot wipes. Ther are fantastic, can highly recommend them.
    Since NZ banned some wipes now, I am glad we used the natural variety


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    With my DD and DS i used store brought regular wipes, but with our up and coming im going to give cloth/water/homemade wipes

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    I didnt see this thread, posted elseIhere about them bit use Dymples wipes -from BigW!
    But desperately need to find new ones. These are way to dry!

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    Water and a face washer here.

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    I use curash I love the fabric they use.

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    I used shop bought eco wipes but sometimes i used homemade wet wipes!!

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    Cloth except the pack to keep in the car for travel.

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    Store brought but home cut up and made mircofleece wipes. I use a spray bottle with water and a little squirt of gaia bath wash in it. Love it I love saving money.


 

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