Friday, September 17, 2010

***CLOSED*** Back 2 School Game #7

 

There are two questions today to double your chances to win!  Enter separate comments for each question:

#1 How do I prefer my wipes (dry or pre-moistened), and how do I store them?

#2 What is my wipe solution?

The Prize:

One winner will receive a package of 15 flannel wipes with any purchase!

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Rules:

You must comment here on the blog to be considered eligible (Facebook rules prohibit comments on our fan page being used as entries). 

You may comment as many times as you like, but each comment must contain a different answer/guess.

Each question will be open for a random amount of time – anywhere from 30 minutes to 24 hours.

Answers can be found on our website (www.doablediapers.com), here on the blog, or from general cloth diaper knowledge.

The winner is Jennifer L (comment #1).  Please email iwon@doablediapers.com for instructions on claiming your prize!

15 comments:

Jennifer L said...

I keep my wipes dry and on the dresser. I use my peri bottle from the hospital with my wipe solution and just squirt what I need at each change.

Jennifer L said...

My wipe solution is a squirt of arbonne baby oil, arbonne baby wash and arbonne lotion with a peri bottle full of water. Works well, doesn't cause build up and makes her smell so nice!

The Clothspring said...

your wipe solution

4 cups of hot (or boiling) water
3 Tablespoons baby wash or shampoo (I really like to use the nighttime bath that is fragranced with lavender)
2 Tablespoons baby oil (or olive oil)
A few drops of tea tree oil or essential fragranced oils (optional)

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The Clothspring said...

you prefer your wipes moistened

Sasha Renee said...

Your solutions is 4 cups hot water, 3 Tablespoons, nighttime bath with lavender fragrance, 2 Tablespoons baby oil, and a few drops of tea tree oil. Mix and store :)

Sasha Renee

Sasha Renee said...

You like to pre-moisten your wipes :)

Sasha Renee

Sasha Renee said...

Extra entry

I personally like to store my wipes dry and the wet when needed :)

Sasha Renee said...

extra entry

My solution is just warm water at the moment. Im still trying to find the best solution for DS sensitive bottom :)

Lindsey Galvez said...

You prefer your wipes pre-moistened and store them in a Disposable Wipe Case (folded so they'll come out the top like disposable wipes do)!
lindseygalvez at gmail dot com

Lindsey Galvez said...

Your wipe solution is:
4 cups of hot (or boiling) water
3 Tablespoons baby wash or shampoo (I really like to use the nighttime bath that is fragranced with lavender)
2 Tablespoons baby oil (or olive oil)
A few drops of tea tree oil or essential fragranced oils (optional)

Hope it's ok that I copied and pasted, but I was guessing you wanted us to look it up on your blog! ;)

lindseygalvez at gmail dot com

Lindsey Galvez said...

How about a bonus entry...

You store your wipes pre-moistened in a small wetbag when you are on the go! ;)

lindseygalvez at gmail dot com

Lindsey Galvez said...

I prefer to keep my wipes dry. Well, actually, I haven't tried pre-moistening them, so I might just have to try that. Does it makes them come out of the box easier, or make it harder? Some of my wipes are a little thick, which makes it a bit hard.
I saw the folding trick on another blog and have been storing them the same way that you do!
lindseygalvez at gmail dot com

Lindsey Galvez said...

I just use water. I tried to mix in a bit of Baby Wash, but my daughter started having a mild diaper rash. I've been wanting to try tea tree oil or grapefruit seed extract oil, but I haven't bought any yet!
lindseygalvez at gmail dot com

Rachel said...

you prefer your wipes pre-moistened

dakotaring at yahoo dot com

Rachel said...

Your wipe solution is:

"4 cups of hot (or boiling) water
3 Tablespoons baby wash or shampoo (I really like to use the nighttime bath that is fragranced with lavender)
2 Tablespoons baby oil (or olive oil)
A few drops of tea tree oil or essential fragranced oils (optional)"

dakotaring at yahoo dot com

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