Homemade Baby Wipes

Homemade Baby Wipes

3-1 This is for the Makers out there that made some kids. Homemade baby wipes. There are many places on the web where you can get recipes for homemade baby wipes on the web. This, however, may be the only one which suggests making them with large shop tools. I think it adds an interesting element of excitement and danger to an otherwise mundane task. Link.

0 thoughts on “Homemade Baby Wipes

  1. pyromegalomaniac says:

    Be sure to use high quality paper towels that will not fall apart after being moist for some time. As a father of two, I would submit that the worst case would be a torn wipe at a crucial moment.

  2. kaden says:

    The tablesaw is a nice gimmick, but unneeded…an electric carving knife (long favoured by foam-rubber sculptors) is the *business* for chopping the rolls.


  3. Ylem says:

    I agree on the saw being a little overboard. If you cannot use your kitchen knife you might need to get them sharpened (and I recommend professionally). I use my 12″ chef knife with about three cuts I’m through with no rips or ragged cuts. If you have problems cutting through paper towels think of the extra effor you putting into cutting chicken, pork, veggies, etc…

  4. MazinBenny says:

    Speaking as someone who has actually made these before: they are nice, especially if your child has sensitive skin… no alcohols. BUT, they are not always cheaper… and, what convinced my wife and I, they started to mold before we used them all up. You would need to use them all up (the whole half roll) in less than a few days. For us, store bought wins.

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