All About Homemade Cloth Baby Wipes and Wipe Solutions

by Krista Davis on May 10, 2013

Cloth Baby Wipes

I know, you are asking yourself why anyone would make homemade cloth baby wipes when you can just buy disposable wipes; it’s what almost everyone does. Personally, the only advantage of disposable wipes is convenience.  Just because something is convenient/easier and popular doesn’t mean it is better. Homemade cloth wipes have a variety of benefits that you can’t get with traditional wipes:

  1. Cloth wipes save you money. You don’t have to keep purchasing more wipes.
  2. Cloth wipes are eco-friendly since they don’t contribute to landfills.
  3. Cloth wipes are healthier. Have you ever read the ingredients on the back of your wipe container? Even “hypoallergenic” disposable wipes have ingredients like polysorbate 20, disodium cocoamphodiacetate, and the ever mysterious “fragrance”. I wouldn’t want to use these on myself, much less an infant or my hairless dog.
  4. Homemade cloth wipes are versatile. You can make different wipe solutions to fit your child’s and family’s needs.
  5. Cloth wipes are stronger and clean up the mess better.

 Making Cloth Wipes

So how do you make homemade cloth wipes? That is up to you. You can cut up receiving blankets or other soft fabric – such as cotton, fleece, and flannel – and sew up the edges to keep from fraying, use socks, buy baby washcloths, or buy brand cloth wipes like Thirsties, Bumgenius, or my personal favorite OsoCozy Flannel Baby Wipes.

Containers

You will need to keep your wipes in a container available at home and during travel; plus you will need a way of storing dirty wipes. For at home, I recommend the OXO Tot Perfect Pull Wipes Dispenser. With this dispenser you don’t have to worry about how you are folding your wipes, as long as they are layered one on top of the other. The weighted opening  allows you to reach and pull out one wipe at a time with ease and the clear window allows you to see when wipes are low. I can fit 30 cloth wipes in this dispenser. For travel I recommend a Planet Wise Wipe Pouch, if you don’t want to carry the large dispenser. For dirty wipes a large wet bag works great at home (this can be used for cloth diapers too) and a small/medium wet bag for your diaper bag.

 Cloth Wipe Solutions

There are a variety of cloth wipe solutions and recipes to choose from, and you have the added choice of storing your wipes wet or dry. I personally prefer dry wipes and the use of a spray bottle for the solution (you can get small spray bottles here), to avoid mold and mildew, but using a wipes wet bag with pre-moistened cloth wipes for traveling (since there are fewer and less likely to sit around long enough to mold or mildew).

If you don’t want to take the time to make your own cloth wipe solution there are a variety you can buy:

Baby Bits Wipes Solution – Makes 1,000 Natural WipesLusa Organics Baby Wipe Juice – Certified Organic with Natural, Safe, and Gentle Ingredients – Locally Grown and Tested – Synthetic Fragrance and Preservative FREE – 8 Ounces and Makes 2 GallonsKnickernappies Baby Bum Drops – Wipe Solution Earth Mama Angel Baby New Mama Bottom Spray, 4 Ounce BottleCalifornia Baby Diaper Area Wash – Non-Burning & Calming, 6.5 oz

 Homemade Cloth Wipe Solution Recipes

First, there are four basic ingredients when making a homemade cloth wipes solution:

  1. Water is the main part of the solution; it can be used by itself or to dilute the other ingredients so they aren’t too harsh for baby’s sensitive skin. (I recommend distilled or boiled water when using wet wipes.)
  2. Oil helps the skin stay soft and helps the wipe slide gently across the baby’s skin. (I recommend Dr. Bronner’s Organic Coconut Oil.)
  3. Soap is used to cleanse the skin and remove urine and feces. (Many recipes call for baby wash – read the ingredients before choosing baby wash, many are just as damaging as those of disposable wipes. I recommend Dr. Bronner’s Castile Baby Soap .)
  4. Essential Oils are an optional way of adding antibacterial, healing, and aromatherapy properties. (Always choose pure essential oils, never synthetic, and buy organic when available to provide the most benefits possible.)

Tip: When mixing solutions first pour your water to avoid creating bubbles.

Basic Wipe Solution (Can be used with your favorite soap and oil.)

  • 1/4 cup oil (Melted Coconut Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Sunflower Oil, Olive Oil, etc.)
  • ½ cup liquid soap or baby wash (only 1 Tbsp. if using Dr. Bronner’s Organic Castile Soap)
  • 2 cups water

Chamomile Tea and Lavender Solution

  • 2 chamomile tea bags (Steep in 2 cups of boiling water – make strong.)
  • 2 drops lavender oil
  • 1 Tbsp. baby wash

Anti-Fungal Solution (Great for preventing and treating yeast diaper rashes.)

Tea Tree and Lavender (Great for preventing and treating diaper rash.)

  • 1/8 cup olive oil
  • 1 Tbsp. baby wash
  • 5 drops tea tree oil
  • 10 drops lavender oil
  • 3 cups water

Vitamin E Solution (Can be added to the bath.)

  • 2 drops tea tree oil
  • 2 drops lavender oil
  • 2 drops chamomile oil
  • 2 cups water
  • ¼ tsp. vitamin E oil or 2 vitamin E capsules emptied into solution

Coconut Oil Solution

  • 1 cup hot water
  • 1 Tbsp. coconut oil
  • 1 Tbsp. Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap

Traditional Medicinals Organic, Chamomile, 16-Count Boxes (Pack of 6)Dr. Bronner’s Fair Trade & Organic Castile Liquid Soap – (Unscented, 16 oz)ArtNaturals Aloe Vera Gel for Face, Hair & Body – Certified Organic, 100% Pure Natural & Cold Pressed 12 Oz – For Sun Burn, Eczema, Bug or Insect Bites, Dry Damaged Aging skin, Razor Bumps and Acne

Washing Cloth Wipes

Unless your baby is entirely on breast milk their poop will need to be cleaned off the wipe (shake, dunk in toilet, spray off –for less mess use the Spray Pal and Diaper Sprayer, or use a spatula to wipe squishy/sticky poop off), just like cloth diapers.  Some families use toilet paper to grab the bigger chunks and flush them, then use the cloth wipe to finish cleaning baby. Since I wash clothes by hand I like to boil cloth wipes for 2 or 3 minutes, then use that hot water and detergent to wash them, then get fresh water and detergent for a second wash, finishing with two rinse cycles and drying on the line. You can wash them along with your cloth diapers. Try this Eco-friendly, all natural, homemade laundry detergent on your cloth diapers and wipes.

Spray Pal and Cloth Diaper Sprayer Bundle

Other Uses for Cloth Wipes

  • Cleaning faces and hands.
  • Family Cloth in the bathroom (Basically cloth baby wipes, with or without the solution, instead of toilet paper).
  • Wiping dogs with allergies down after going outside. (My hairless Chinese Crested gets wiped down – feet, legs, and belly – after each trip outside to decrease swelling of feet and itching.)

Using cloth wipes is a versatile and easy way to make a healthy and eco-friendly habit for your child and entire family. What is your favorite cloth wipes solution and what are your tips for cloth wipe beginners?

 

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Anne August 9, 2013 at 12:35 AM

Thanks for your helpful suggestions in posting all this.

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Krista Davis August 9, 2013 at 2:35 PM

Anne, you are very welcome. I do hope this helps more families make an easier transition into cloth baby wipes, for whatever reason they choose.

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Stacy August 21, 2013 at 7:29 PM

Any of these solutions can be kept in a spray bottle, correct? Do they need to be refrigerated? I love coconut oil and use it for my skin- but will it solidify again once cooled? Thanks! side note: I have been cloth diapering for a couple months with my son, and just found out I was pregnant. I really enjoy the cloth diapering and how it makes me feel like I am trying to make a little difference. It only makes sense to use cloth wipes too. Thanks for your posts!

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Krista Davis August 22, 2013 at 6:42 AM

Thanks, Stacy. I’m glad to hear of a cloth diapering momma that is willing to use cloth wipes too.
None of these solutions will need to be placed in the fridge. I love coconut oil too. I even have a coconut oil moisturizer I use all the time. You shouldn’t have any problems with the coconut oil in these solutions since you are using hot water to mix with and coconut oil is used as a small amount in the solutions. If you have trouble with it hardening, just run the solution container under hot water and swirl the solution back together.

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Chrissy September 2, 2013 at 3:21 PM

I just started using cloth diapers on my ten week old twins. I made wipes this past week using one of your recipes (water, coconut oil, and Dr Bonners). I’ve made two batches so far. As I was doing wash yesterday it dawned on me that I’m drying the cloth wipes and then getting them set again. Any reason I can’t just go from the washing machine to solution?

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Krista Davis September 3, 2013 at 7:55 AM

Chrissy, I actually hadn’t thought of that. I think as long as you are washing them with the same detergent as the baby clothes you should be fine. Otherwise, I would say dry for added sanitation. You might do an extra rinse cycle just to try and get the remainder of detergent out.
I’m happy to know you are using my recipe. Congrats on your twins!

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Chrissy September 3, 2013 at 8:11 AM

They are washed with the cloth diapers, so cold rinse, hot wash, extra rinse! Seems like a time and energy saver to me! I can be making the wipes while diapers dry.

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Krista Davis September 3, 2013 at 8:21 AM

Perfect!

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megan October 26, 2013 at 9:01 AM

I use fleece wipes (a cut up fleece blanket) and they come out of the washer pretty much dry so i dont dry and havent had any problems :)

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Krista Davis October 27, 2013 at 6:43 PM

Great! That is a wonderful way to reuse an fleece blanket.

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Brooke September 9, 2013 at 3:39 PM

Hi Krista,
First of all, thanks for your post on cloth wipes, very helpful!

Question: Do you put your cloth wipes in the solution or do you just dip a dry cloth in the solution before using it on baby? Also, do these solutions a good shelf life? I just made a double batch of your coconut oil recipe and wanted to be sure it wouldn’t go bad or anything? I wouldn’t think so considering the fact that none of the ingredients are perishable, but you never know!

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Krista Davis September 10, 2013 at 5:33 PM

Brooke,
Good question! If you believe you will be using the wipes quick enough you can already have them in the solution (use boiled/distilled water instead of tap), otherwise I use a spray bottle. Due to the ingredients used there should be no problem with shelf life.

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Hayley September 16, 2013 at 6:38 AM

Hi
I was just wondering if using oils on the cloth wipes would damage the cloth nappies at all when all washed together? Would the oils cause repelling? Thanks!

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Krista Davis September 18, 2013 at 11:27 AM

Hayley,
You shouldn’t have any problem with repelling, due to how diluted the oils are in each solution, and how very little is wiped onto baby.

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Victoria September 30, 2013 at 12:44 PM

Do you know if I could use tea tree oil and the chamomile tea bags with some Aveeno baby wash as a cloth wipe solution?

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Krista Davis October 1, 2013 at 9:14 PM

Victoria, that should be fine. I would dilute it with water.

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Ann November 30, 2013 at 2:31 PM

Krista,
Since the Tea Tree and Lavender solution contains soap, is it necessary to use pure water wipes after cleaning with the solution ?
Thank you for posting your tips about wipes, they are very useful !

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Krista Davis December 2, 2013 at 8:47 AM

Ann,
It isn’t necessary to use pure water wipes after cleaning. Traditional wipes also contain soap. The soap is a small amount used to cleanse the skin.
If you are worried about it, you could keep the solution in a spray bottle, spray directly on your baby’s skin, then wipe off with a dry wipe.

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Kelli January 17, 2014 at 7:59 AM

Thank you for these recipes! I just want to mention I use Softbums with micro fleece soakers. After using the tea tree and lavender recipe even cut the amount of olive oil from an 1/8 c to 1 TBS I have an oily film on my diapers after washing. It has caused a lot of repelling and leaking issues and I need to strip and alter recipe. After checking the list I noticed many of the recipes are heavy on oils. May not be best solution for micro fleece users. As someone new to CD I only discovered this after troubleshooting and seeking support. Is there one you suggest? Thank you :)

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Krista Davis January 17, 2014 at 8:21 AM

Kelli,
Most homemade cloth wipe users seem to use the coconut oil recipe (the last one listed).
Different fabrics can react in different ways, I prefer organic cotton, so I’m not familiar with handling micro fleece.
Since you are having trouble with repelling, first, make sure you are squeezing out your cloth wipes before use. They just need to be damp, that way they are’t dripping on the diapers; second, most parents wash their diapers and wipes together, but you might try washing them separate. You could even increase the water to oil ratio, or use strictly water (no oil or soap).
I hope you can find the wipe solution that will work with your cloth diaper routine.

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Natasha August 16, 2014 at 9:52 PM

I had the same issue with Best Bottom stay dry inserts, but not my hemp ones. I used these to make a concentrate I can keep for weeks. I changed the recipe to 1/4 cup olive oil, 2 cups Dr. Bronners, and then 10 drops of lavender and tea tree oil. I use 1 tbsp in a cup of filtered water and pour over wipes in a plastic contain. Lasts a couple of days. Waiting to see if I have repelling issues with the new recipe.

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pallavi March 29, 2014 at 10:28 PM

Hi Krista,

I loved your recipes for the wipes and I am sure I am going to be using a few of them atleast… (my baby will certainly enjoy some variety there :)

I wanted to ask you – can I make a concentrate and store it, to be diluted with water each day?

for example i make a concentrate that can last me 3-4 weeks, and i only take a few capfuls each day and dilute it with water. can this work for the basic wipers and lavender and tea tree oil solution?

Do you think it is a good idea to keep the ingredients mixed for so long?

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Krista Davis April 3, 2014 at 2:50 PM

Pallavi,
I hadn’t considered making the concentrated form. I believe it should be fine mixing the oils and soaps together, then adding water when needed. Since they will be stored in a separate container away from fabric they should last awhile. Make sure it is an air tight container and check the smell before each use. Let me know how it works for you.
-Krista

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Britta March 31, 2014 at 11:09 AM

Hi Krista,

Thanks for the great wipes recipes!! I was wondering if you could use any brand of pure liquid Castile soap? It’s not very easy to get Dr Bronners in my country!

Thanks again, Britta

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Krista Davis April 3, 2014 at 2:45 PM

Britta,
That should work, just make sure you read ingredients.
Good luck with your homemade wipe solution,
Krista

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Amanda April 11, 2014 at 7:14 AM

Hiya, love the recipes for homemade solution, thanks!

We use the lavendar nd tea tree one and I was wondering if it is safe for baby hands and face too? Obviously anything on the hands ends up in the mouth!

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Krista Davis April 13, 2014 at 9:31 PM

Amanda,
I personally wouldn’t use the essential oil solutions on the hands or face. There are essential oils considered safe for ingestion but I wouldn’t risk it with an infant, and I would do more research to determine which are safe. However, it can be beneficial to use to oils with another carrier oil, such as coconut oil, for a massage, or for aromatherapy.
-Krista

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Amanda Odegard April 17, 2014 at 4:51 PM

I’m new to cloth diapering and cloth wipes. Can I just pre-moisten the wipes with the solution and place them in a warmer? If so, how moist do the wipes need to be?

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Krista Davis April 17, 2014 at 10:38 PM

Amanda,
In the wipe warmer place your wipes, then pour your warm wipe solution over it. Don’t put too many wipes in, since you don’t want bacterial growth due to per-longed moisture exposure. Also, make sure you clean your wipe warmer at least once a week.

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Elizabeth April 30, 2014 at 4:42 PM

I’m new to cloth diapering, could I just use water for the wipes?

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Krista Davis April 30, 2014 at 5:46 PM

Elizabeth,
Yes, you can use just water for the wipes.

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Elizabeth April 30, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Thanks

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Emily May 4, 2014 at 6:16 PM

This may be a silly question (but I looked and looked and didn’t see it on here). How much water do you use with the solutions you listed above? I am using a diaper service that brings and launders cloth wipes as well, so I was wanting to find a cheaper option for making wipe solution and these mixtures sound perfect. I plan on making it and keeping it in a spray bottle, but I wasn’t sure what amount of water to use. And when you say distilled water, I am guessing that would mean the water coming through my Pur filter would work? Thanks!

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Krista Davis May 5, 2014 at 11:55 AM

Emily, your filter will work fine. The amount of water needed is listed with each individual solution recipe. For example, the basic wipes solution and chamomile tea and lavender solution both require 2 cups of water. However, the anti-fungal solution only requires 1/2 cup of water. All recipes are listed towards the bottom of the article with the amount of water listed among the ingredients.

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Emily May 5, 2014 at 1:54 PM

Wow! Can I pull pregnancy brain on this one! :) Totally missed that!

Thank you!

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Krista Davis May 6, 2014 at 4:05 PM

That is a completely valid excuse! I am already using it for my brain glitches. LOL

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Patty May 12, 2014 at 8:08 PM

Sorry if this is a silly question but I am new to the cloth diaper and wipes. Would these solutions be ok to use on a newborn’s face as well or just on the body and bum esoecially in between bath days. I wasn’t sure if I should just use plain water to wipe the face instead so there’s no irritation? Thank you for posting this!!

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Krista Davis May 13, 2014 at 8:37 PM

I wouldn’t use any essential oils on the face or hands, since most aren’t safe for consumption. The coconut oil solution could be used. I would recommend drying them off after washing. Or spray a little in your hand, rub, in then use a dry cloth.

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Amanda Felton August 5, 2014 at 7:04 PM

What an awesome post! Thank you for all the information. Can’t wait to make and use some cloth wipes!

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Melanie August 6, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Hi Krista,
I noticed the chamomile recipe calls for 2 tsp lavender oil. I am used to seeing recipes that call for 1-2 drops of essential oils. Is there a different type of lavender oil that I should be using for this large quantity? I think this would be my entire bottle of lavender! Thanks.

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Krista Davis August 14, 2014 at 12:25 PM

Melanie,
Thank you for pointing that out. It should be 2 drops of lavender oil.

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crystal August 8, 2014 at 1:01 PM

Hi! So I notice that the anti fungal solution doesn’t have an oil( ie:coconut/olive oil) would it decrease its effectiveness if I added aa bit? Also, I have read where vinegar can tend to burn their little bottoms if it is already sore… Any thoughts on this? My little one currently has a yeast infection that we are battling =( She is 7 weeks old.

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Krista Davis August 14, 2014 at 12:29 PM

Crystal,
The aloe vera should counterbalance any possible burning the vinegar can cause. The vinegar helps kill the bacteria and is used in a very small amount. I don’t see why a small amount of oil wouldn’t hurt. I would personally use organic coconut oil. Instead of mixing it into the solution, I would apply a small amount direct to the infected area after cleaning.

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Marina November 4, 2014 at 3:05 PM

I love this!! This really helped me out zoo much! I do have a question, do wipes that are used for bottoms during diapering need to be kept separate after washing from wipes that I will use on faces etc? I’m not planning on using any solutions or anything like that but I planned on buying extra cloth wipes to keep in my diaper bag for drool spills etc & I was just wondering if I need to keep them separate from diapering ones.

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Marina November 4, 2014 at 3:06 PM

I meant soo, not zoo! LOL

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Krista Davis November 5, 2014 at 7:04 AM

Marina,
Just in case something goes wrong with sanitizing them during cleaning, I would keep a few separate, but honestly I do use my family cloth at times to blow my nose (it feels so much better than toilet paper or tissue) and I have never had a problem, but with little ones, I am always more conscientious.

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LuAnne Kuelzer January 9, 2015 at 4:11 PM

Krista,
My youngest son and his wife will be cloth diapering when their baby arrives. I suggested they also use homemade cloth wipes; I did this when my boys were babies. So I’m cutting up my babies’ old flannel bassinet sheets for my new grandbaby’s cloth wipes.

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Krista Davis March 3, 2015 at 7:49 PM

LuAnne,
That is wonderful!!! Congrats on the new grandbaby.

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megan w March 31, 2015 at 8:47 AM

Hi, Krista! I’ll be using receiving blankets for our wipes (I was gifted a ton of them!). How big would you suggest cutting them, to include enough for hemming? Thanks for a wonderful article! I look forward to exploring the rest of your site!

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Krista Davis April 2, 2015 at 5:14 PM

I would measure off of a wash cloth. That seems to be about the same size as the cloth wipes I use.

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Briana Sawyer April 13, 2015 at 3:51 PM

I am curious if you have any suggestions for essential oils that would have anti-bacterial properties (and help with smell) that are not either lavendar or tea tree oil? Almost all recipes use these two oils.
Thanks!

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Krista Davis April 23, 2015 at 6:38 PM

We just use tea trea oil. We haven’t had any issues with smell, not even with my son’s diapers.

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Chrissy Hanisco April 27, 2015 at 8:39 AM

Roman Chamomile would be another essential oil that you could use Briana Sawyer. However, I never added essential oils to my wipe solution because Dr. Bonner’s baby castile soap has several in it already. I modified Krista’s recipe and just did water, coconut oil and the soap. While in cloth diapers we rarely had an issue with diaper rash, but if bums started to get red I used coconut oil which is safe for cloth diapers. If it got worse I added lavender.

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Veronica Ng July 14, 2015 at 8:53 AM

Hi! First of all love these recipes it’s so much more cost effective and smells great! I was just wondering how effective the anti-fungal recipe is for treating a yeast rash

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Krista Davis July 16, 2015 at 9:24 AM

My son had a yeast rash that was making him bleed. After two diaper changes using the anti-fungal solution, it was already healing. I hope it works just as well for you.
I will admit, I probably went a little heavier on the white vinegar, since I estimated due to mixing the solution quickly at night, while he was upset. Also, due to supply issues, I also used aloe vera juice, instead of gel, and copaiba essential oil (we had this from when we had his lip and tongue tie revised, since his dentist uses it to heal skin and decrease pain), instead of calendula essential oil.

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Veronica Ng August 7, 2015 at 11:51 PM

Just wanted to get back to you and let others know that it worked very well for me too! So nice to have such a natural and environmentally friendly alternative. Thanks!

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marina August 17, 2015 at 6:39 AM

If we put castile soap on the mix and the wipe our baby’s skin,won’t it need to be rinsed with water After?

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Krista Davis August 17, 2015 at 8:49 PM

Soap is also in the baby wipes you purchase from the store. I have never had an issue with needing to wipe it off, just make sure it isn’t used on their hands or face.

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marina August 17, 2015 at 6:43 AM

And can we put aloe from a plant? Won’t it go bad in few days?
And chamomile fresh that I use,someone told me that if you leave the chamomile without consuming it within an hour,it goes bad..

Help..!

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Krista Davis August 17, 2015 at 8:48 PM

The solution isn’t for consumption, so let it be at your own judgment of when it is bad. If you are intending to keep the solution for long periods of time, keep it in an air-tight container, by itself.

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Kim October 31, 2015 at 8:31 AM

Hi, it seems my 1 yr old is allergic to coconut oil. After trying the coconut oil solution, his but got all red when I went to change his diaper again later. Is it okay if I use olive oil to replace the coconut oil in the recipe? Thanks in advance.

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Krista Davis November 2, 2015 at 5:39 PM

Yes! Try olive oil, sunflower oil, or grape seed oil. I hope you can find something to work. Sorry to hear about your son’s allergy.

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Melissa November 9, 2015 at 2:32 PM

Is it safe to store cloth wipe solution in a plastic spray bottle if I’m using essential oils? (Since pure essential oils by themselves should be stored in dark glass bottles)
Thanks!

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Kim May 16, 2016 at 3:44 PM

Hello! Just started using your basic cloth wipes recipe and I’m wondering if I can use this same solution in my spray bottle for other things… Like as their baby wash in the tub and for laundry etc?

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Kim May 16, 2016 at 4:00 PM

And to clean out the wipe warmer can I spray some fresh bask wipe solution and wipe out to clean it? Or what would you recommend especially if there’s a mildew smell. I messed up my last batch and didn’t use boiled water I used tap and it reaks

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Krista Davis May 17, 2016 at 4:46 PM

I think adding it to a bath would be fine. To clean the mildew smell out try using vinegar.

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