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    Aldi unscented wipes in the blue packet. Love them, bargain for $2.49!

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    Woolies homebrand and the aldi ones

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    Curash (any type)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CozWesty View Post
    Mostly I use the cloth wipes and monkey doodles mix as well - it smells so good! If it's poop or I'm out and about I have found the Toys r us homebrand (Superior I think) fragrance free to be the least irritating on my sensitive bub. Curash are also nice as they don't tear.
    Yes! I love the Toys R Us brand too - and for a box of 6 packs (of over 250 per pack) works out waaaaay cheaper than some of the other brands.

    For food - when at home I have started keeping one of my kitchen sinks half full with soapy water n a wash cloth.

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    Coles or Kmart branded the cheap ones 6x250 pack

    All huggies branded wipes and nappies gives my boy the worst rash


    Mumma to Connor - 25/8/2011
    And bub #2 due - 24/8/2013

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    Curash or J&J

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    Aldi unscented

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    With my DD1 i used Huggies wipes as i found them the best from the few i tried. With DD2 i happened to try the Coles fragrance free thick wipes (in green pack) & i now preffer them over the Huggies wipes. They're just as thick as Huggies but i find Huggies feel a bit dry compared to the Coles wipes now.

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    I use the kmart wipes and have no problem with them

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    Plain water and an old cut up flannel/cotton sheet - very absorbent, not exactly sure what material it is but it's extremely THIRSTY! If we're cleaning up poops we wash with a bit of baby wash under the tap, but otherwise just plain water & cloth.

    And I have a question while we're on the subject of baby wipes...

    ARE YOUR BABY WIPES EDIBLE? Yes/no? (Check the ingredients)

    If NO, then why wipe baby's hands with them if baby is going to suck on his hands straight afterwards? If you won't let baby suck on your baby wipes, should you be using them to clean baby's hands? Something to think about.
    Last edited by debsch; 12-07-2013 at 11:33.

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