Thursday, May 20, 2010

The Savings Experiment: Homemade Baby Wipes

Alecia over at Savings and Stewardship Wrote the Latest "The Savings Experiment" Post!

Homemade Baby Wipes

I attempted the unthinkable - HOMEMADE Baby Wipes! Using just a few ingredients that you probably already have on hand, you can save a TON of money by replacing those pricey store-bought baby wipes with your own - in no time!

The Recipe

1/4 c. Baby Oil (or Olive Oil)
1/4 c. Baby Shampoo or Baby Wash
2 c. Distilled Water
1 Roll of Paper Towels
1 Empty Wipes Container (or air tight container)

Mix liquids together. Cut paper towel roll in half and remove cardboard center. (Optional - accordion fold so that each paper towel is in half or a third). Soak paper towels in liquid mixture and gently wring to remove excess liquid. Transfer soaked paper towels to an old wipes container or air tight container. Ready to use! (I found this recipe HERE)

Head on Over to See
The Results

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