7 Alternative Uses for Baby Wipes
Baby wipes can be used for so many different things, besides cleaning your baby’s bottom! Once your kids are grown and out of diapers, you might still want to keep a pack or two around the house! I know I do.
Below I will show you some alternative uses for baby wipes, that you might want to start doing today! They don’t cost to much, and when you see all the neat things you can use baby wipes for, you might just have to run out and buy a pack.
Alternative Uses for Baby Wipes
Makeup Removal: Have you ever bought makeup removal wipes, well you can replace those with baby wipes. They are gentle on your skin and do a great job at removing makeup! They work good on most skin types, if you have sensitive skin, I recommend trying a little area.
Clean Leather Furniture: If you have leather furniture that needs clean. Baby wipes are very gentle and are generally safe on leather. I do suggest testing an area first, to ensure it doesn’t hurt your furniture.
Keep in Car: If you ever have had sticky hands or spilled something in the car while traveling, consider keeping a pack of wipes on hand. These work great for sticky hands after a sucker or ice pop.
Clean Shoes: If you are out and your shoes get pretty dirty, use a baby wipe to wipe them down. Works great on grass stains, dirt and mud. Plus baby wipes are gentle enough that the kids can clean their own shoes. I call that a win-win!
Wipe Dogs Feet: Your dogs feet could get a little muddy after coming in from a big rain, have baby wipes, by the door and wipe your dogs feet. This will help your dog not track mud and dirt all through your house.
Remove Stains on Clothes: If you are on the go and if you have a spill on your shirt, use a wipe. Most of the time it can help get the stain out right away, or lessen the mess. It is great to help spot clean so the mess doesn’t fully set in your shirt or pants.
Clean Baseboards: If you are needing to clean dirt and grime from your baseboards around the house use baby wipes. They work great at wiping away dirt, and it sticks to the wipe well.
I love these uses for baby wipes because it is a frugal alternative to expensive cleaning supplies.
Another bonus is the kids can help easily without worry over harmful cleaning supplies.
Which one is your favorite use for baby wipes?
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