I had some one-ply cloth diapers from before I realized the cloth diapers you pick up at Target aren't meant to be used as diapers. Cloth diapers need to be heavy duty, and these guys didn't cut it. They worked great as burp cloths during the newborn phase, but since the babe has grown and stopped spitting up, they've been sitting in his drawer, unused. My mom suggested we cut them in half and then thirds to make some nicely textured wipes.
Even *I* could sew up the edges of these wipes. (Though I admit, my mom helped...)
Just a few unused diapers made a nice stack of wipes!
I made up a solution of water and witch hazel to spray
either on a wipe or directly on the dirty booty!
Our diaper drawer is VERY well-stocked!
We wash diapers every three days, so this amount of wipes should last us from wash to wash. If not, I'll probably whip some up from old t-shirts, or even use some worn (and therefore soft) washcloths.