Throwing in an alternate suggestion - DS had a super sensitive booty as a newborn and we found using a spray bottle with mildly soapy water along with a baby flannel/washer worked best. The baby washers come in handy for more than just bottom wiping and we had been given a few packs of 10 or so. Just chuck them in the wash and re-use. Saves money too. Not for everyone, but worth considering especially for home use.
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07-10-2015 20:58 #31
07-10-2015 21:29 #32
we only use huggies for nappies and wipes (fragrance free) have done for all 4 kids :-)
the cheap wipes are fantastic for cleaning though :-)
also as people have said stocking up can be bad if bubs isn't suited to the product or is big in size for nappies my first 3 were in newborn nappies for ages but ds spent like 2 weeks in them lucky I only had a box
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07-10-2015 22:02 #33Senior Member
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Cheeky wipes are the best! For the environment and a baby's skin. Out and about we use water wipes. Wotnots are also good. Any of the big names available at big stores and pharmacies are just full of chemicals and I wouldn't even use them on myself.
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08-10-2015 03:56 #36
Water wipes and Naty nappies - never had a problem!
08-10-2015 05:04 #37
Curash. Our kids have sensitive skin. Tried homebrand for wiping hands/faces once and it really affected their skin.
08-10-2015 10:21 #38
Thanks for everyone's help
08-10-2015 11:06 #39
On the other hand, I've now switched to using Cheeky Wipes reusables. I thought they'd be a real pain but the trick is they sit in a net bag like a be bag in the mucky container, you chuck that in the wash (so they all stay together) then after the wash they go straight back into the fresh container with some water and a couple drops of nice smelling oil.
You don't need to dry them although I think some people do dry them periodically (say every few weeks).
Not having to peg the feckers out on the line means it's really quick and simple. Saving so much money and planet this way also better for bums.
08-10-2015 11:32 #40
We are going to use the Aldi nappies and wipes- everyone I have spoken to only has high praise for them.
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