Have just begun using Bumbles and now that I have escaped the use of plastic nappy bags I'm wondering how you all dispose of the wipes. Do you flush them with the liner? Bin them? Or do you all use washable wipes instead?
I'm using washable wipes this time round. Before I used to bag and bin the wipes. But tbh the washable wipes are so easy - keep some damp in a plastic box (the ones from takeaways are ideal) - and then they just go through the wash with the nappies.
washable fleece wipes, lovely and soft and so so cheap, must have saved ourselves ablout £4 a week! i used water and occasionally a mix of baby bath, water and few drops of lavender oil. i bought my wipes off ebay BTW
25p tesco value face cloths. didn't bother to cut them up, liked them big (ds was about 15 months by the time we switched to cloth though). Just used warm water from the top as changed nappies in the bathroom.
You could buy fleece and just chop it up into suitably sized pieces (no stitching needed fleece doesn't fray). A nice mix to use is chamomile tea, few drops of baby oil and few drops of lavender. Bit of a faff but worth it if bum sore.
came on here to post and see I don't need to - thanks purple turtle
What i used as well as washers, off cuts of old towels, flannelette - just cut and hemmed - was heavy duty jay cloths - cut them into 8ths I think and almost 2 1/2 years later they are still going strong. Not sure if you can get them in the UK - will try and find a pic. Think I bought three packs - they had three in each and I got tonnes.
here you can get them in Aus - not sure of the UK equivalent.