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    ButterflyBaby1107 posted:
    Anyone use cloth wipes? What do you use? What is the process you follow-ex do you store them in a solution or keep a solution in a bottle? What are the best wipes to use and where do you get them? I am new to all of this--considering using cloth while at home as it seems gentler and better for babies skin.
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    RoseLynn02 responded:
    Cloth wipes at home are great for baby. Really you can just use an infant washcloth or any other soft washcloth & all you need is some warm water. You can use a mild soap if you like. No need to make anything ahead if you're only using them at home.


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