Organic Cloth Baby Wipes: Are They a Hassle?

organic cloth baby wipesWhy should you use organic cloth baby wipes?

So, you have chosen to use organic cotton or hemp cloth diapers on your baby. Your next question will center on the use of disposable and cloth baby wipes to clean up after your baby’s pee and especially poop.

Well, we say why stop with the cloth diapers when you can also use organic cloth baby wipes?

Just like with the switch from disposable diapers to cloth nappies, the decision to use cloth wipes is based on the many benefits of the latter. These benefits include:

• Lower financial costs since cloth wipes can be reused again and again after proper cleaning. Now, contrast that with buying cans and cans of disposable wipes that can make a big dent on the budget.
• Lesser inconveniences as cloth wipes are always available for use and it is not necessary to make a trip to the garbage can every so often.
• Disposable wipes are not as effective at cleaning pee and poop as cloth wipes. Plus, it can be messy since poop can penetrate through the thin material of disposable wipes.
• The environment will benefit more from organic cloth baby wipes since lesser number of disposable wipes is getting dumped on landfills and flushed down toilets.
• Baby’s skin is more protected since organic cloth baby wipes have little to no chemicals in them.

So, are organic cloth baby wipes a hassle?

The answer is definitely not considering all of the above -entioned benefits. Yes, your laundry load will be added with the cloth wipes but since these are small cloths, you will hardly notice the increase.

organic cloth baby wipesmay seem too expensive for many parents. It is better to use baby wash cloths instead since these are more affordable, easier to clean and friendlier on the conscience should you choose to throw them away after so many uses. But overall, organic cloth baby wipes are the best companion for organic cloth diapers.

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