Two layers of 100% cotton birdseye fabric. About 7 x 7.5 inches after shrinkage with some variation. Before shrinkage they are about 8.5 x 8.5 inches. Fold in half to fit into a wipes warmer.
Quick to prep. Just wash twice and start using them.
Birdseye fabric has little "birds" woven into the fabric. This is much smoother than terry but not as smooth as flannel. Thus, they have a nice amount of "grippiness" to get stuff off with a balance of being smooth enough for softness. They can also be used as cotton diaper liners, to keep meconium off of your newborn diapers or if you need to use a cream but don't want to use a flushable liner. The cream will wash out of these more easily than a prefold or other diaper because they are thinner, yet you still might have to scrub creams off by hand. Easy washing and fast drying. Also great in the kitchen for little cleanups jobs.
We added a small seam across the wipe to help them keep their shape, yet cotton shrinkage will vary a bit of course. Suggested amount: 4 packs for a young baby, 3 packs for an older baby. 100% cotton. Two layers of fabric sewn together to keeps stuff off your hands yet they are still thin enough to be easy to use. Made of 100% cotton, exclusive o trim. Made in Pakistan. In packs of 12 wipes.
They fit in most wipes warmers when folded in half. Shown after washing folded in half.
There are many ways to use cotton wipes. Here is one idea. See how nice and flat these wipes are after washing? Trim yet substantial since they are two layers.
A stack of three packs of wipes (36 total), shown after washing, with Diaper Lotion Potion Spray and a GroVia Magic stick (both not included). The bowl of water on the left is for dipping. Dip a clean wipe into the water. Don't double dip. If you need more cleaning power than water alone, spritz the wipe (or the baby's bottom) with the Diaper Lotion Potion Spray. Or, touch the moistened wipe across a bar of gentle baby soap. You can pre-moisten the wipes if you prefer. You control the ingredients that you use on your baby's most delicate parts.
The water can be warm water for a fresh, warm water wipe. Try putting warm water in an insulated beverage container and keep that near your changing place. Wipes warmers are fine, but perhaps use something that you already own. Young babies tend to prefer warm wipes.
These wipes are a great size and thick, I typically only need one per diaper change! They are awesome!
I initially bought 24 of these to test them out and ended up getting 24 more! I love that they are square and can be folded into a wipes container. We keep them dry in the container and then dip them into a crockpot full of water... I rarely use diaper lotion potion spray, and when I use it, it’s more for “fun” than necessity. Our system works great! 24 wipes fit into a standard plastic wipes container so we have two. When one container is empty, I go ahead and start the wash (about every other day). My husband hates our cloth diapers, but he LOVES the wipes. They are grippy and large enough where we typically only use one wipe! If you are on the fence, I’d suggest at least trying it out.
They are super absorbent. This is the third pack I’ve purchased as they have quickly become my favorite cloth wipes!
I had purchased some adorable assorted printed flannel wipes and I quickly decided that they weren't for me (for wipes purposes, anyway) These are "gripper" and easier to wipe with, absolutely perfect! I prefer the smaller size but one is still enough to get the job done.
These are perfect as cloth "paper towels " in the kitchen. They are super soft and absorbent, I wish I would have ordered these when I was diapering to use as wipes. I bought 48 and may get more. They are a bit small for my liking as a napkin but just right for wiping counters, spills, dishes, little faces, etc.