I love this size, the feel, and the practicality of the 2 different sides. May fit in your wipes warmer without folding. I find it easiest to use several wipes per poopy change, grabbing a fresh wipe as needed, rather than folding a larger wipe over and over. These wipes are a less overwhelming size for a young baby's small bottom, yet still fine as baby grows. To me, flannel on one side and terry on the other has the best "feel" for the job. Suggested amount: 4 packs for a young baby, 3 packs for an older baby. 100% unbleached cotton, exclusive of trim. Wash several times before first use. Made in Pakistan.
2 packs, shown after washing. Because they are two different fabrics sewn together, expect some waviness to the edges because the two fabrics will shrink slightly differently. If you like flatness, choose organic birdseye wipes or velour wipes. It's a small tradeoff for the very handy and practical choice of actually having two different fabrics to use for the varying need at the moment in one wipe.
The white version are thicker than the unbleached on this page.
White on left, unbleached on white. White are thicker because they have woven terry which grabs better but is thicker, whereas unbleached have thinner knit terry on the reverse side.
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I tried 3 different types before my friend recommended these to me. Like her, I fell in love with them. Why? The different sides make cleaning up after a messy poop fun and easy. I have yet to use more than one wipe even on the most messiest. So I've turned the other types into reusable napkins and solely using these. They also wash great (do not wrinkle, everything comes off, soft as the day we received them), and super absorbent after prewashing. Thank you GMD for such a great product!
After reading Waste Not, I had to make some changes around the house. I use these as my reusable toilet paper (for #1 only). They are soft, easy to wash and dry and more importantly, they are soft.