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I think wipes so useful, not only for my baby nephew but myself and his parents. Their just so handy, you can clean bums with them, use them for wiping up sick and thats without just general use.
Anyway, what sort do you like? Scented, or not? Any particular brand? What sort of dispensing mechinism? Or whatever?
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replied August 7th, 2008
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Like with the diapers, whatever I have a coupon for/is on sale. Mostly Huggies. I HAVE to get the hypoallergenic ones, which really aren't hard to find. I'm not sure of the scent, but I know it's some type of green, lol. I have one solid dispensing box and I just buy refills, whole lot cheaper that way.
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replied August 7th, 2008
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tesco non scented
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replied August 8th, 2008
Yeah, my brother uses tesco scented wet wipes/baby wipes for my nephew. He likes the nice scent, believing it takes some of the stinky diaper/poo smell away. I think so too.
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replied August 18th, 2008
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The best ones are the huggies pop-ups or the pampers popups. They have this soft, cloth-like texture that I love. I love the scents too. I don't mind changing breastfed babies, but once they start eating regular food or formula, time to get out the scent lol.
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replied September 8th, 2008
Yeah, i know what you mean about scents with regular foods.
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replied September 8th, 2008
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Huggies are the softest, but in a pinch or for older babies I don't mind using scented Parents Choice (generic brand at walmart). I figure they get the poo off all the same!! I would use softer huggies for the lil newborns soft lil behinds!
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replied September 18th, 2008
I use Pampers Sensitive Wipes for newborns! =)
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