Sunday, July 5, 2009

"From Scratch Saturdays"...Baby Wipes

I'm sorry about the late post but my Internet was not working after we switched providers but without any further is this weeks "From Scratch Saturdays" project...Homemade Baby Wipes!

I have been making these for about 2 months now and I love them! They last us for about a month...because I use them for wiping hands, noses, feet, tears, messy faces and bottoms.

They are so easy to make and all the ingredients are common when you have small ones at home.

Simple Recipe Taken From The Duggar's Book "The Duggars 20 and Counting"

•Cut a whole roll of Bounty paper towels into thirds (we've found that Bounty is the only brand that works. Use an electric knife for best results).

•Place one of the halved rolls vertically into an empty and thoroughly cleaned one-gallon ice cream bucket. In a large measuring pitcher, mix two cups water, two tablespoons baby oil, and one tablespoon rubbing alcohol (some families also like to add a tablespoon of baby bath).

•Pour the liquid over the halved roll of paper towels in the ice cream bucket, and soak for 30 minutes. Remove the cardboard center. Feed the top corner of the paper towels through an X-shaped slit you've cut in the lid of the ice-cream bucket so you can pull out and tear off one “wipe” at a time."

God Bless Ya'll!

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