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Premium Washable Wipes - Cotton Terry/Fleece


Our Price:  £3.99
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  (56 Reviews)

Brand:  Easy Peasy Nappies

Easy Peasy Nappies

Our washable wipes are incredibly useful for all kinds of household purposes – bottom cleaning, face cleaning, table wiping, whatever takes your fancy. Washable wipes are a great way to have control over what goes on baby’s skin when cleaning them up. They also save you a fortune.

 

Our washable wipes are fantastic. The washable wipes/reusable wipes have terry cotton on one side and a smooth fleece layer on the other. This fabric combination make for a very versatile wipe offering a suitable surface whatever the clean up needed. For a pooey nappy the terry side is ideal, as the fabric loops grip the poo for a quick and thorough clean up. The fleece side is ideal for finishing up or wet only nappies as it’s so smooth and soft. The fleece side is also perfect to use during teething when skin can become more sensitive. The edges are fully bound making them long lasting. If baby has very sensitive skin then we also offer softer bamboo washable wipes too.

The wipes are approx 15cm x20cm which is a perfect size for clean ups and fully covers your hands. They come in packs of 10 or, for full time use, a multibuy 40 wipes.

How To Use Washable Wipes

You can store the washable wipes in a Tupperware box so they are wet and ready to go. As they are used you can put them in the nappy bucket and wash with the nappies (up to 60degrees). There is no need to dry them when they come out of the wash. Just put them back in the Tupperware box, add some more water to make them damp and they’re ready again. They won’t go stale or stagnant as you’ll go through them too quickly. A full time set of 35-40 wipes will last approx 15-20 nappy changes.

Many people who do not use cloth nappies still use washable wipes, as they are so much kinder on the skin and the pocket!

Recipes for Washable Wipes Solution
Pour all ingredients into a screw-top jar/bottle, shake and add to your clean wipes either by pouring over or using in a spray bottle. The wash solution should be changed every few days, to prevent it from going off.

Basic Recipe
1 or 2 cups of warm water 2 tbsp of baby or olive oil 2 tbsp of baby wash (e.g. liquid baby wash)

Even More Basic Recipe!
Plain water

Alternative Wash Recipe
1 camomile tea bag 1 cup of hot water 1 tsp of baby or almond oil 1 tsp of baby bath or shampoo 1 drop of lavender oil

Easy Wash Recipe
Brew a Camomile and honey tea bag in Hot water and allow to cool This is very good for teething rash/caustic poo as camomile is very soothing and honey is a natural antiseptic which doesn’t sting and aids healing. For nappy rash you can soak a flannel in this mixture (slightly warm) and lay on the night nappy.

Potential Cost Saving

Assuming you were to use one packet of disposable wipes per week over a period of three years for one child, the calculations would be as follows:

Washable Wipes:
40 Bamboo Wipes (One off initial purchase) = £34.00
Ongoing replacement costs = £0.00
Cost per year = £10.00
Total cost over three years = £34.00

Disposable Wipes:
1 x Pack of 64 disposable wipes @ £2.49 per week = £2.49
Cost per year = £129.48
Total cost over three years = £388.44

As you can see from the above calculations, simply by using washable wipes instead of one packet of disposable wipes a week you can save £95.48 per year, or £354.44 over a period of three years. This is a significant amount of money saved for very little initial outlay. In fact, these savings will more than cover a complete cloth nappy system!

Average Rating (56 Reviews):  
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Rating:  
Better than disposable wipes
Monday, 27 October 2014  | 

I got through half a pack of disposable wipes the first night I had my baby. Half a pack! Once I got home I got these washables in action & they're just brilliant. Soooo much better than flimsy disposables. You can get a pooey bottom shiny with just one wipe usually. Two tops. East to wash. No point drying them. My baby hates the cold of wipes so I take a bowl of hot water in to the nursery with me to change him so he gets a lovely warm-towel-like experience. The chamomile tea & honey recipe is gorgeous too but I can't do that & get his wipes warm so sadly had to give that up. Keep contemplating making up s thermos though... when I get a minute..!

Bottom line. I washed Bauer about buying these, thinking doing washable nappies is enough and wipes as well are a step too far. You won't need to use so many wipes for them to affect your washing load. Lob them in with the nappies. You won't regret it

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Perfect wipes
Thursday, 9 October 2014  | 

I bought these after using cloth nappies for a couple of weeks as I was easing myself into using reusables. I was impressed by the good reviews they had been given on the site and was not disappointed. The terry side is great for wiping off poo and gets lots in one wipe, then the fleece side is lovely and soft for doing a final clean-up. I keep about 10 at a time in a plastic container and moisten them with camomile tea as suggested and they are great. They're handy as little wipes for when a little bit of milk comes back up too.

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very handy wipes
Wednesday, 17 September 2014  | 

I'd put off using these at the beginning, but once we made the switch from disposables to cloth it made sense to try these as well. We use less of these for each nappy change than we did disposable wet wipes and I love the various 'recipes'. And of course they double up for cleaning up almost anything else you can think of.

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Washable Wipes
Sunday, 31 August 2014  | 

We bought a 10 pack when first trying cloth nappies. We don't use the wipes full-time (only for wee not poo) but when we do use them it's nice to just put everything in the nappy bin instead of going to multiple bins.

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Really substantial wipes
Monday, 11 August 2014  | 

I love these wipes! I had been using cheeky wipes but after a year's full time use they were pretty threadbare. These are much thicker and I think will last longer. They are also bigger so you need fewer wipes per dirty nappy. I also have a set for using in the kitchen, much nicer than throwing away usual kitchen cloths which wear out so quickly.

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Fantastic
Monday, 28 July 2014  | 

These are so useful for all sorts as well as nappy wipes. No extra work as they go in the wash with the nappies. They wash well and the fleecy side stays soft. I carry them around dry and use them with spray bottles of natural wipe solution.

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Perfect wipes
Thursday, 24 July 2014  | 

Love these wipes, used them before the nappies to break us into the reusable system, recommend that as a starting point with a small baby seemed to make the transition to reusable nappies simple.
Was sceptical about these to start with as was the other half but we were both very quick converts. Regular wet wipes don't clean half as well.

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Washable Wipes
Tuesday, 8 July 2014  | 

I find these are great at cleaning my baby's wet and dirty nappies. I've only been using them 3 weeks so far, but find the soft side works well with the runny poo, I very rarely use the rougher terry side but think it will come in useful when baby is older and needs a bit more of a clean! I only use water so far, but may try using some of the 'recipes' when my baby is a little older.

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brilliant! such a money saver!
Friday, 27 June 2014  | 

Love them!! I've been using cloth nappys for a year now but only just switched to cloth wipes I wish I had brought these earlier they are so much easier to use than actual wet wipes as they don't smear!!!

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Must Have
Friday, 13 June 2014  | 

I wish these had been around 40 years ago! Now both daughters have them and some of their friends having visited them and seen the advantages. I have a "Granny Pack".

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