No doubt about it baby supplies can add up on your grocery bill.
Several years ago I tried making homemade baby wipes, and I was unhappy with the results.
Within a few days they smelled rancid, (because of the baby oil in them) and they dried out quickly.
A friend encouraged me to give this recipe a try and I am amazed.
I've been using them for almost a month now, and the other day I used some store bought wipes and realized I like the homemade ones better!
Whisk 2 tablespoons each of baby wash and baby lotion in 2 cups of warm water.
Pour over 1/2 a roll of Bounty paper towels stuffed into an airtight container.
This container is what I use to store the wipes in, but any round or square airtight container will work.
The lotion gives them a soft baby scent that lingers on the baby.
If you prefer unscented wipes you can use scent-free lotion and baby wash.
I have my hubby cut the paper towel roll in half with his radial arm saw--makes a smoother cut than an electric knife.
These wipes could be used for any quick clean-up--not just for babies.