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LOVE this product for using in a wipes warmer. We use cloth wipes in a standard warmer and I can make almost a weeks worth of solution (3 cubes to 3 Cups water) and it doesn't get funky! I previously tried witch hazel, tea tree oil, lavender EO, coconut oil, and boiling my water, all to no avail. Within a few days the wipes on the bottom would be slimy or funky. Not with this stuff. It's nice that we didn't have to ditch the wipes warmer, my little Princess was NOT a fan of the cold bottle of solution and dry wipes. Not only does it work better than any home remedy, it smells nice (not strong at all) and cleans tooshies smoothly. My only complaint is I didn't try this sooner and now we're close to the end of cloth diapering. Totally recommended. Made in Gainesville, FL.
We've been using these for a year to make our own baby wipes for our daughter. I heat up water in the electric kettle then mix 1 1/2 cups of the hot water with one Baby Bits square. Stir to dissolve (takes less than 1 minute) then pour over our Green Mountain Diaper's double sided wipes. We store them in the Prince Lionheart wipes warmer. This routine has worked great for us and the key is the Baby Bits! They make it so easy.
I've been using this with my Prince Lionheart wipes warmer for over two years. I have reusable wipes I put in them ( I use cloth diapers at home) and this solution has never smelled moldy or felt slimy! I've developed my own method for dissolving the solution (not manufacturer recommended, just mine for convenience).For a full container full of reusable wipes I usually run hot water under my sink, put one cube of the solution into an eight ounce cup, and dump it into the bottom of the wipes warmer container. I make sure what hasn't yet dissolved of the cube stays to the side of the Prince Lionheart pad submerged in the water. I shut the lid and I let it sit typically an hour or so (or whenever this mom remembers!!!). While the cube is fully dissolving in the container, I put another cube in the eight ounce cup and fill half with hot water and set it aside until I'm ready to load the diapers into the container. After the cube in the container has dissolved to my satisfaction I put the wipes into the container. I then go get the half full cup with water and a partially dissolved cube (the water cools so it won't be completely dissolved) and I swirl it while my water is heating. Once the water's as hot as it'll come out of the tap, I fill the rest of the cup up and leave enough room for me to gently swirl to dissolve. Sometimes not all is dissolved completely and I use it anyway and just know that first wipe will be more concentrated with solution on it. I pour the solution water over the diapers and close the lid. Ready for use!I like the tea tree oil component in this as it's naturally and anti-fungal and I think it helps keep this solution from getting funky like others have. It's gentle on my young baby's skin and still does the trick with a diaper-bomb toddler!
These little cubes are amazing. We plan to transition to cloth diapers and wipes once the LO is a tad older (and we run through the bags of newborn diapers we were gifted) but I experimented with the cloth wipes and baby bits solution to see how it worked. I find that cloth wipes clean much much better than disposable ones and a poo clean up that would take 2-3 disposable wipes is easily doable with just one cloth wipe. The solution is pleasant smelling and my LO seems to like it better than disposables. I also use it to do a quick body rub down in between bath days and it leaves his skin clean and smelling great. The product is a total winner and if you have enough cloth wipes on hand, you'll never run into the "oh no, it's 2am and we're out of wipes".
I love Baby Bits! Really, it smell incredible and is really easy to use. I dissolve one cube in hot water and pour it into a spray bottle once it cools. I spray it onto cloth wipes when diapering my baby and love that it's natural and gentle on baby's skin. I also like using it to clean baby's bottom after a shower. And it's really true that one cube will last you a long while, especially if you use it in a spray bottle.It also make my cloth diaper closet smell amazing! The packaging is really cute and compact. I really have nothing bad to say about it. I've never noticed diaper rashes with this and will definitely repurchase if I ever run out, which likely won't be for a while. Definitely recommend it for anyone who cloth diapers, or even as a gentle way to clean baby's bottom during/after baths.