Tiny Tush Fleece & Terry Wipes Review + Wipes Recipe

These are great wipes and with some of each fabric in your stash you’ll have a wipe for any task. The fleece wipes are soft and very absorbent and the terry wipes are great for all around use, and also for those tighter spaces. The fleece wipes will really suck up any water or solution you add to them, so make sure to wet them generously. The only cons for these wipes would be that the fleece wipes are bulkier so you will not be able to fit as many in your wipes warmer or case, and the white terry white show stains. Neither of these factors affect the effectiveness of the wipes and stains can easily be treated. 

Fleece Wipes

Overall Rating: 9

Fabric: Deluxe cotton fleece

Measurements/Size: 7.5 X 8″ (washed)

Thickness: Thick

Number of layers: 2

Absorption: Great

Finishing: Serged

Cost: $11.95/10 pack

Terry Wipes

Overall Rating: 9.5

Fabric: Terry

Measurements: 9 X 9″

Number of layers: 1

Thickness: Medium

Absorption: Good

Cost: $11.95/12 pack

Tiny Tush Wipes Recipes
Plain water is best on cloth wipes, as it cleans baby’s bottom without unnecessary chemicals. If you find you prefer something more, here are a few recipes:

Basic Recipe
2 tablespoons of baby shampoo/soap
4 tablespoons of aloe
2 cups of water (distilled is best)

Tea Tree Oil Recipe
2 tablespoons of baby shampoo/soap (may be ommitted if it dries the baby’s bottom)
4 tablespoons of aloe
2 cups of water
2-3 drops of tea tree oil (helps reduce mold, but if you only do enough for a couple days’ time, you don’t need to worry about mold.

For all recipes, mix in a jar and then pour over wipes (do enough for a couple days’ time). Store extra solution in the fridge.



Tiny Tush wipes were provided by Giggle Britches for this review.
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