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    Because it's cold at the moment, I keep a thermos filled with warm water and aclittle bowl next to the change table. I just wet the wipe with warm water for my little guy.

    Using a mixture of cheap cotton wash clothes, and bamboo wipes.

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    I had all types and the best we used were flannel ones and itti bitti wipes.

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    I got the whole cheeky wipes system & have been using for 12 months. Love them!
    If you use mcn don't bother with the mucky container, just get the wipes & the fresh container & throw used wipes in nappy bucket to be washed with mcn.
    In saying that you can do just as well with flannels & an ice cream container !


 

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