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Fluff Fridays – Week 12 ** CLOSED **

Welcome to this week’s giveaway!!!!

What to do? Simply leave a comment telling us what kind of wipes do you currently use? Cloth or Disposables? Why you like it? Please, have in mind that you need to answer the question EACH day to make it count. Don’t forget to leave a way for us to contact you if you’re the winner. You don’t need to have a blog to win, but be sure to leave your email address if you don’t have one.

When? You should leave your comment before Thursday, January 22th at 8pm EST.PhotobucketWhat else to know? You can make ONE comment PER DAY. If you want to get more comments there are several ways to do it:

1 – Being or becoming one of our followers gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower.
2 – Being a subscriber of our blog or subscribing to our blog, gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a follower.
3 – Commenting in other posts during the week will give you ONE EXTRA comment PER EACH comment that you make. Simply post a comment on this one saying the title of the post where you wrote your comment. So, what are you waiting for?? Participating on other posts pays off!!!
4 – Advertising the giveaway in a forum or other blog gives you ONE extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are a advertising and where.
5 – Using our button on your blog (or starting to) gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you are using it and where.
6 – Being a fan of our Facebook group gives you one extra comment PER GIVEAWAY, NOT PER DAY. Simply post a comment saying that you our fan.

How? We will draw one winner randomly with an “Online Number Generator” and will make a post with the winner on Friday, January 23rd, and will notify the winner by blog or email that they’ve won.

Who can participate? US Residents and Canadians are welcome!

Important note about the winner: If we havent hear from the winner by the closing time of next week’s giveaway, we will be choosing another winner that will be published TOGETHER with next week’s winner. We promise to do our best to get in contact with the winners.

Good luck, and don’t forget to tell all your family and friends about the giveaway! In case that you dont win, what a better person to win that a friend of yours!!

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254 comments:

  1. DivaBride said...

    I am currently using a combo of disposables and cloth. In the sposies, I use the Huggies Natural Care with Shea Butter, and after those are completely gone I will be exclusively using cloth wipes. I like the fact that the cloth wipes are as soft as I have imagined something needs to be in order to wipe my baby’s bottom. I picked up a ten pack from a neat baby boutique here in Chicago, and would recommend them to anyone in the area. I also sometimes use the wipes as an extra barrier at night for when my DD has bowel movements. It helps to sustain the AIO’s that she sleeps in at night, and I don’t have to rinse the cloth heavily.

    I don’t know where you want me to put these, but I am currently a follower on FB, have you posted on my family blog, subscribed to your blog! I said it before and I will say each time I sign off, thank you for being such a great source for us CD’ing mamas.

  2. Shari & Andrew said...

    I currently am using cloth wipes–I find that they are easy to use since I just toss them with the diaper laundry

  3. Kelly said...

    I made my own wipes, which I wet with just plain water and stuff in a disposable wipe container. They are flannel on one side and fleece on the other. They work really well. I made about a million so I never have to worry about running out, which is good for me because I tend to use quite a few for poopy diapers. For on the go, I just have a bunch wet in a big zip top baggie.

  4. Kelly said...

    I am a follower.

  5. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber.

  6. Kelly said...

    Your button is on my blog.

  7. Kelly said...

    I am a facebook friend.

  8. First visit to the blog and I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE it!! And what a great giveaway.

    I currently use Organic Parents Choice wipes. I like them, but I really want to use cloth wipes instead. I haven’t because I haven’t had the money to stock up on them. This would be great!!

    I am also a subscriber and a friend on Facebook!

  9. Angela said...

    I use a mixture of Kissaluvs Knit Terry Wipes and made flannel wipes. I love the flannel wipes as they are very soft and we use cloth all the time, even with sposie diapers. They are easy to wash right along with the diaper or with regular laundry.

  10. Angela said...

    I am a fan on facebook

  11. Angela said...

    I have your button up.

  12. I currently use cloth and disposables. I like cloth more because I make my own wipe solution and I know what is in it.

  13. Nikki said...

    I use cloth, just because it’s SO much easier.

  14. Nikki said...

    I’m a follower.

  15. Nikki said...

    I am a follower.

  16. Nikki said...

    I have your button on my blog.

  17. Katrina said...

    I use cloth wipes. When I first started CDing, I used disposable, but never had a place to put the dirty wipes. The more I thought about it, the more cloth wipes made sense. No waste, and just as easy to spray off as the diapers. I currently use baby wash cloths as wipes, but would love to try other materials such as velor since it’s so soft.

  18. Katrina said...

    I am a follower

  19. Katrina said...

    I subscribe via my yahoo.

  20. Katrina said...

    I advertise Fluff Friday giveaways on my blog.

  21. Katrina said...

    I have a Kelly’s Closet button on my blog to advertise. :)

  22. Kelly said...

    I’m new to the CD world so im just starting with cloth diapers and moving my way to cloth wipes. I use disposable now, but would like to venture into cloth wipes eventually as I think it’d be just as easy. Just not sure which way to go with it.

    I subscribe to your blog.
    Im a friend on FB
    I’m a follower.

    I use BG 3.0s and LOVE THEM!!

  23. Rachel Bates said...

    We use cloth wipes and love them – so soft and absorbent! I have a variety, mostly WAHM made.

  24. Rachel Bates said...

    I am a blog follower.

  25. Terra Jones said...

    We use a combo (depending on what type of diaper the boys are in…cloth with cloth, sposie w/ sposie, lol)

    We have thirsties, kissaluvs and then a bunch of WAHM ones, I personally lvoe the kissaluvs BEST for my 5 month olds…messiness 😉 lol

  26. Terra Jones said...

    I subscribe via reader

    thanks!

  27. Terra Jones said...

    I’m a crackbook…er, um, Facebook fan!! 😀

    thanks!

  28. Cecile said...

    I’m currently finishing my supply of disposable wipes, and then I’m planning on using cloth wipes. It seems easier to just toss everything in the laundry. I like that I can toss the sposies when I need to clean a really nasty poopy, but I suppose I would just rinse the cloth wipes the way I do with the diapers.

  29. SarahMcD said...

    I use Jolly Bums wipes, and they are so much better than the disposables I used with my first child. It took me several disposable wipes to clean a messy diaper, but only one or two cloth wipes. They are so nice and grippy.

  30. Lindsay Anne said...

    I used cloth diapers with my 1st daughter but used disposable wipes. I am looking forward to using cloth wipes this time as well. I have also contemplated making my own diaper covers, but am not sure yet. In the mean time I have bought Wonder Wraps. I LOVE cloth diapers!

  31. Lindsay Anne said...

    I used cloth diapers with my 1st daughter but used disposable wipes. I am looking forward to using cloth wipes this time as well. I have also contemplated making my own diaper covers, but am not sure yet. In the mean time I have bought Wonder Wraps. I LOVE cloth diapers!

  32. Jut and Chris said...

    I use disposable, but I make my own from paper towels and a homemade solution. For baby #2, I’d like to try cloth wipes. I’d never heard of them until I had been cloth diapering for awhile. I gave some as a shower gift to a friend of mine and she loved them.

  33. Jut and Chris said...

    I’m a fb friend…

  34. Cristy said...

    I use a combo of sposies and cloth as well. I us whatever is cheepest for my sposie wipes (whick I only use for when I use sposie diapers) and for cloth I ues both dishrags that are a seperate color than what I use in the kitchen AND I serge any old towels that I can find into cloth wipes. I like the cloth the best becuase I dont have to feel like I am waistign my money whenever I do buy them from Walmart. I woudl LOVE to win this one! More wipes would be wonderful PLUS the pattern woudl be so much fun!! I already have started sewing my own diapers and woudl love to try another pattern! I LOVE all the info that I can get from your blog! Thanks for keeping it going for us! Cristy
    cristy_curuncha@hotmail.com

  35. Cristy said...

    I am a facebook friend too.. I just realized that that got me an extra entry!!! NEAT!!!!! cristy_curuncha@hotmail.com

  36. Melissa said...

    Prior to having my baby, I stockpiled several containers of Pampers Sensitive baby wipes. I was also given additional ones for presents. My supply is now dwindling since my baby is 9 months old. We’ve been using cloth diapers for almost 4 months. The switch to cloth diapers was fairly easy but for some reason switching to cloth wipes seems more difficult for us. I would love this sample cloth wipe package to try the different kinds of wipes before I spend $$ on them myself. mjones_82 @yahoo.com

  37. Kira said...

    I use bumGenius cotton flannel wipes. They are surprisingly soft and they wash up really well. I love that I can just toss them in the wash with the diapers and not have to worry about clogging up the toilet with disposables. I use them in the Prince Lionheart Wipes Warmer with distilled water and a squirt of witch hazel. I also usually take them straight out of the washer and put them in the warmer so they are already moist. Baby loves the warm wipes and we can feel good about saving money AND doing something good for the environment!
    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  38. Kelly said...

    I currently use cloth wipes. Mostly comprise of baby washclothes but have a few hemp wipes too. I love this week’s giveaway since I could always use more cloth wipes.

  39. Kelly said...

    I am a follower.

  40. Kelly said...

    I am a subscriber through Google Reader also.

  41. Kelly said...

    I commented on the Weekend Super Saver Coupon Post.

  42. Kira said...

    i’m a fan on facebook…

    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  43. I am also a friend on facebook. :)

  44. Carrie said...

    I use cloth wipes — some kissaluvs and some homemade.

    We use disposables in the diaper bag.

    ninalu1@live.com

  45. Jenn B said...

    i use cloth wipes, i LOVE them because 1) it's annoying to have to throw away a disposable wipe separate from putting the diaper into the wet bag (i use wet bags at home too). 2) they work better!! i keep water with a tad of baby soap in a wipe warmer (2 cups) & then dunk each wipe as needed. that way they get a little sponge bath at each change. & i'm such a nut about it, we actually use "family cloth" (wipes instead of TP)…well, not dh, but the rest of us. However, i've never understood buying special ones. i just use dollar store baby washcloths. work great & super cheap.

  46. Erika said...

    i’m a follower……

  47. Erika said...

    ….and a subscriber.

  48. Erika said...

    And a Facebook Fan.

  49. Erika said...

    Right now I’m not using anything…..but that’ll ALL change in less than 10 weeks :)
    My son is out of diapers but my soon to be born daughter will be using cloth wipes. Once I started researching cloth diapers it only seemed “right” to use cloth wipes as well. Just seems easier as I’ll be throwing ’em in the wash with the diapers. So
    why not?

    Can’t wait!

  50. Amanda Fowle said...

    Cloth wipes all the way!! I can get the job done with one cloth wipe (and seem to need several disposables usually). I do keep a small pack of disp wipes in the diaper bag, but I tend to still use cloth on the go. I just have water in a spray bottle that I spritz on the wipe. Even after potty training, we used dd’s wipes for baths (she likes to have a washcloth for her face and another for her bottom) :-).

  51. Amanda Fowle said...

    I subscribe via google reader.

  52. Amanda Fowle said...

    I link to you on my blog

  53. Angela Sundara... etc said...

    I use cloth wipes that I made from surging old flannel sheets and receiving blankets with old baby hooded towels I got at a yard sale. I also use them for myself as needed. Out and about we use disposable wipes.

  54. Denise said...

    I mostly use disposable Huggie wipes, I’ve been wanting to switch to cloth wipes, it would be GREAT to win this.

  55. Denise said...

    I’m a follower

  56. Denise said...

    I have your button on my blog

  57. Denise said...

    I’m a facebook friend

  58. I have some bumgenious wipes. I don’t like them much. I use huggies wipes most of the time. Anybody have any good suggestions for homemade wipe solutions.

  59. the momma said...

    I am currently using both disposables and cloth wipes. I’m hoping to switch to all cloth wipes once all my disposables are gone and DD#3 arrives in March. But, I’m not sure how to use cloth wipes with the wipes warmer or how to use them for traveling… now I just use them with a foaming wipes solution to freshen my daughters’ bums, particularly in the AM, after removing their overnight dipes.

  60. Kelly said...

    I am a friend on Facebook too.

  61. Kelly said...

    I have your Fluff Friday giveaway link on my blog.

  62. the momma said...

    I’m a follower

  63. the momma said...

    I’m a feed reader!

  64. the momma said...

    I have your button on my blog!

  65. Kelly said...

    I posted a comment on “It’s Potty Time” I missed last weeks giveaway and posting but had to post my story on that post. What a great post for those of you that haven’t read it yet, go back and enjoy!

  66. teriannm said...

    I use cloth wipes. I made them myself of one layer flannel and one layer cotton terry. I love them because they work SOOO much better than disposable wipes! I only need one for even huge poops!
    teriannm AT gmail DOT com

  67. Dani said...

    I use cloth wipes – I use softandscrubby wipes from softandscrubby’s etsy shop – LOVE THEM! I used to only use water, but just bought the Northern Essence foaming wipes solution from Kelly’s closet – I wish I would have known about it sooner.

  68. Dani said...

    I’m a follower

  69. Dani said...

    I have your button (Fluff Friday & Kelly's Closet) on the sidebar of my blog.

  70. Senior Family said...

    i use cloth wipes :) love them :) i have a few jollybums and mostly Eli’s wipees (DS momma) i do also have target brand wipes for when i use sposies over nite :)
    i love cloth wipes and i can use more :)
    -jenn

  71. Senior Family said...

    i am a subscriber too 😉

  72. Senior Family said...

    got your button on my blog sidebar :)

  73. Senior Family said...

    i am also a facebook fan :)

  74. Sara in Seattle said...

    I love cloth wipes. Personally I find them a lot easier to use than disposables, because I don’t have to worry about separating the diapers and wipes this way–everything just goes in the wash.

  75. Senior Family said...

    i commented on the product focus post :) :little comet tails .. neat :)

  76. Nikki said...

    I use cloth wipes exclusively, even with sposies. I think they work SO much better! Right now I”m using older baby washcloths: they have a textured side and a smooth side which works great for cleaning my son’s bum. I’d love to expand my stash with some flannel ones!

  77. Amanda said...

    I use flannel cloth wipes. Sposie wipes have chemicals in them, are wasteful like sposie diapers and they are expensive too. Plus, it's only natural to want to keep the wipe in the diaper when your done. So there is no need to fish the wipes out prior to washing & cloth wipes really do a much better job at cleaning up the messes.

  78. Amanda said...

    I’m a follower

  79. Amanda said...

    I’m a facebook fan

  80. Amanda said...

    Commented on “Product Focus: Little Comet Tails”

  81. Angela said...

    commented on: Product Focus: Little Comet Tails

  82. Molly said...

    What kind of wipes do you currently use? Cloth or Disposables? Why you like it?

    Since switching to cloth diapers, we also switched to cloth wipes. I sewed up some of my own (flannel/terry cloth). I love the simplicity of everything going in the same diaper pail when the clean up is done!

    Molly
    sumter11@yahoo.com

  83. Rachel Bates said...

    We are currently using cloth wipes, mostly WAHM made.

  84. Angela said...

    I love cloth wipes, have used them on three babies and even when using disposible diapers.

  85. I love using cloth wipes because I can just throw them in teh wash with the dirty diapers and don’t have to deal with separating.

  86. SarahMcD said...

    The Jolly Bums wipes are such a great deal for the price. They are thick and soft, and the bright colors are fun. I bought more Jolly Bums wipes so that I could use them on my sons’ faces and hands.

  87. the momma said...

    Commented on the Little Comet Tails post

  88. Kelly said...

    I use my own cloth wipes that I made out of flannel and fleece. They are very soft and very cute, and sometimes it seems a shame to wipe bums with them!

    Here is a picture:
    http://grovesfamilyhappenings.blogspot.com/2008/07/baby-wipes.html

  89. Kelly said...

    I also posted a comment on product focus, little comet tails.

  90. Anonymous said...

    I use a combo of disposable and cloth. I use Kirkland disposables when DD is in her sposies, when I have her in cloth I use the small baby washclothes. I prefer each type with their coordinating diaper! I would prefer to use only cloth, but I am still working on making my stash of diapers.
    my email is ashollandfamily @ gmail.com
    Thanks
    Stacy

  91. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the post “Product Focus: Little Comet Tails”

  92. Katrina said...

    I use cloth wipes. I find them much easier than disposable wipes since I can just rinse them with the diaper and toss them in the pail. I have also found that I usually only need one to clean up a messy diaper, as opposed to several disposable wipes.

  93. the momma said...

    commented on the change to cloth campaign post!

  94. Cecile said...

    I have never used cloth wipes, but I really want to, since I started cloth diapering. I’m going to try to make my own, to save some money, but I’d love to see a post about the different ways to store cloth wipes, different wipe solutions (home made, bought, etc).

  95. Angela said...

    commented on: “Change to Cloth Campaign”

  96. Melissa said...

    Hi! I currently use cloth wipes, but I don’t have any “real” cloth wipes. I’ve been using baby wash cloths. When my son first came home we used disposable wipes, but I got tired of that really fast. I like my cloth wipes so much better!

    And by the way, this is the first time I have visited your blog, and it looks great! I can’t wait to look around some more :)

  97. Melissa said...

    I’m newer to cloth diapering but don’t use cloth wipes yet. We still use Pampers wipes which seem soft and convenient. I would like to switch over to cloth wipes soon.
    mjones_82 @yahoo.com

  98. Chic Mama said...

    My son is now potty trained, but we used a wide variety of cloth diapers on him- pretty much every style available! I love to experiment. For the babe we are expecting in May I plan on mostly using fitteds and covers and then more pockets and AIOs as we incorporate more outings into our life again and the baby begins to grow!

  99. Chic Mama said...

    I am a subscriber

  100. Chic Mama said...

    I am a fan on Facebook

  101. Chic Mama said...

    I commented on your Change to Cloth Campaign post

  102. Chic Mama said...

    I commented on your Little Comet Tails post

  103. Chic Mama said...

    I commented on the Kozy Pal post

  104. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the post Kozy Pal Shopping Cart cover

  105. Dani said...

    We use cloth wipes – it’s just easier to toss into the diaper laundry pail than going into another room and tossing into the trash.

  106. Dani said...

    Commented on todays Little Comet Tails post

  107. Nikki said...

    I left a comment on the “Change to Cloth Campaign” post.

  108. Shari & Andrew said...

    As I mentioned in a previous post, we use cloth wipes–at first my husband was resistant to using them because he loved the convenience of disposable. Just recently, as my husband was changing a dity diaper, he turned to me and said that he really notices that the cloth wipes are far superior to the disposable ones because they clean better. Previously we used to have to use multiple wipes for a dirty diaper, now we just use one cloth wipe.

  109. Tashena said...

    I currently use disposable wipes but am switching over to cloth. I have an order on the way! YAY!
    I am using sposies because my mom bought me 3 full cases. :)
    I am switching to cloth for ease and convenience. Won’t need to separate wipes from dipes anymore!!!!

  110. Kelly said...

    I love my cloth wipes (mainly old baby washclothes) and can’t believe I didn’t use them with my first son. I am still using disposable ones while I am out but like the idea that another commenter made about carrying a few wet ones in a zip loc bag. I just might have to do that.

  111. Anonymous said...

    I use cloth wipes (old gerber wash cloths) at home and disposables on the go.

    bullockam@ecu.edu

  112. Kira said...

    I have some of the BG egyptian cotton flannel wipes in my stash. I don’t like them quite as much as the regular flannel because they aren’t as soft, but they get the job done.

    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  113. the momma said...

    commented on the Kozy Pals Cart Cover post

  114. the momma said...

    I currently use disposables more than the few cloth wipes I have- mostly bc I’m not sure how to store the cloth wipes… do I keep them wet or dry? Do I presoak the wipes or just add some solution before use? And traveling??? I would LOVE to see a post about how to use cloth wipes!

  115. Jess said...

    I go back & forst between sposies & cloth mainly because I only have a handful of cloth 😉

  116. Erika said...

    i commented on the “kozy pal” blog.

  117. Erika said...

    here’s my monday comment.
    happy MLK day everyone :)

  118. I use disposable wipes that I make myself out of paper towels.

  119. I am in your facebook group.

  120. Kira said...

    i commented on “Wipe Out”

    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  121. hottiehp21 said...

    I am currently using disposables. However, I cant wait to convert over to cloth wipes. In fact, I plan on making my own. If I had the money to buy some, I would in a heart beat! So many to choose from and so pretty as well!
    I think I would like the Thirsties Fab wipes!

  122. hottiehp21 said...

    I am also a follower!

    My laptop has been down, so I dont get to check as often as I would like. But each chance I get, I am here!

  123. SarahMcD said...

    I can’t imagine using disposable wipes with cloth diapers, when cloth wipes are just better and easier. I borrowed a disposable wipe from a friend the other day and accidentally washed it with my diapers. I was picking fuzzies and bits of wipe out of every diaper. What a pain..

  124. the momma said...

    Commented on the “wipe-out” post!

  125. the momma said...

    I currently use both cloth and disposables, but am excited to switch to cloth full time when my disposables run out! I’m thinking I’ll make the switch now at home, and keep the disposables for when we’re out and about… messes always seem to follow us around, and sticky fingers are the bane of my existence!

  126. Kelly said...

    I use wipes that I made myself. They are flannel on one side and fleece on the other. They are both soft enough for my daughter’s bum, but they are also tough enough to clean up the messiest poop. And I never have the experience of wipes ripping, which has happened with disposable wipes.

  127. Kelly said...

    I also posted a comment on Wipe-Out.

  128. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the post “wipe out”

  129. Katrina said...

    I use cloth wipes. I used disposable for a few weeks, but switched to cloth wipes since I can just toss them in the pail with the diapers, instead of into a trash can.

  130. Nikki said...

    I commented on the “wipe-out” post.

  131. Nikki said...

    Another reason why I love cloth wipes: I know exactly what’s in the wipe solution and I can eliminate anything that irritates my baby’s bum. I”m currently using 1 cup chamomile tea, 1 tsp Burt’s Bee baby wash (we use that for baths), 1 tsp baby oil, and 1-2 drops lavender oil. I pre-wet the wipes (only a few at a time, to keep them fresh) and store them in a disposable wipes plastic box. It works great!

  132. Anonymous said...

    I use old gerber washcloths as wipes & spray them w/ baby bits solution.

    bullockam@ecu.edu

  133. Rachael said...

    I use cloth wipes. I use bumGenius flannel cotton wipes on my daughter, even when we’re out and about. I just bring a little spray bottle!

  134. Rachel Bates said...

    We are currently using cloth wipes – love them!!

  135. Cecile said...

    Commented on the “wipe-out” post

  136. Angela said...

    commented on: “Wipe-Out!”

  137. Angela said...

    I use cloth, most of mine are made from left over flannel and I have some Kissaluvs Knit Terry Wipes. They are so easy to just toss in the wash with the diapers and they do not get forgotte in the diapers and washed, and then you are pulling out disposable wipe scraps out of the washer.

  138. Kira said...

    I have one package of “Soft Bottom Cloths” 100% cotton squares left over from when babygirl was born (got them from The Pump Station). They work great with plain, warm water, and unlike sposie wipes, they flush easily. I still prefer my cloth wipes, but these are a decent alternative.

    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  139. Dani said...

    We use softandscrubby cloth wipes and northern essence tea tree/lavender free solution. It saves a ton of money!

  140. Dani said...

    I commented on todays Wipe Out post

  141. Chic Mama said...

    I commented on the wipe out post!

  142. Chic Mama said...

    We transitioned to cloth wipes with our DS when we transitioned to CDs and never looked back! Now I can’t imagine trying to clean up a kid with a sposie wipe- it takes so many! We love our cloth wipes and still use them with him even though he is potty trained!

  143. Amy said...

    I’m a follower

  144. Amy said...

    I also subscribe

  145. Amy said...

    I commented on Kozy Pals shopping cart covers…

  146. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the “Change to Cloth Campaign” post.

  147. Kelly said...

    I love to use my cloth wipes. Right now made up mostly of old baby wash cloths. But I do have a few disposable around since my husband hasn’t made the switch (not that he changes many diapers anyway) I also use disposables while on the go but want to change that. I have gotten ideas from this post and others on ways to make that work.

  148. Kelly said...

    I left a comment on the Wipe Out post. Love it, keep them coming!

  149. I love how soft the cloth wipes are, velour seems to be my favorite right now.

  150. Shari & Andrew said...

    I posted a comment on wipe out

  151. I currently use disposable wipes, but I wash them with my cloth diapers, let them dry and re-use them with a wipe solution in a recycled wipe box. Works great, but I am definitely open to cloth wipes. I just don’t have any yet.

  152. the momma said...

    commented on the “Do-It Yourself: How to Make Cloth Diapers” post

  153. the momma said...

    currently using both cloth and disposable wipes, but planning on switching to cloth once we’re out of disposables. Lucky DD#3 will only have soft cloth touching her newborn bum!

  154. Senior Family said...

    post of the day :o)

  155. Senior Family said...

    i also posted on how to make a cd post too :)

  156. Angela said...

    I use cloth wipes. They are just so easy to through in the wash with the cloth diapers.

  157. Amy said...

    I use old washcloths for wipes

  158. Kelly said...

    I made my own wipes out of fleece and flannel. Very easy to use and I don’t have to worry about how many wipes I use!

  159. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the Do It Yourself: How to make cloth diapers post.

  160. Katrina said...

    I use cloth wipes. Right now, they are all baby washcloths that I picked up at a local big box store. I would love a little more variety though…

  161. Katrina said...

    I left a comment on the change to cloth campaign post.

  162. SarahMcD said...

    Even sensitive disposable wipes made my son’s bum rashy, but I haven’t had any problems with the cloth wipes. I use Dr. Bronner’s Liquid with tea tree oil. The tea tree oil also helps keep the smell down in my diaper pail.

  163. SarahMcD said...

    I am a follower.

  164. Kelly said...

    I use cloth wipes while at home and disposable on the go. Hoping to change to all cloth wipes very soon. And looking into making a few of my own out of fannel and fleece, those sound so soft. Right now my stash of cloth wipes consist of old baby wash cloths.

  165. Angela said...

    commented on: “Do-It Yourself: How to Make Cloth Diapers”

  166. Dani said...

    We use cloth wipes – I found that it is easier to use cloth b/c I toss it into the laundry pail. Before I switched to cloth, I would accidently toss the disposable wipes in with the cloth diaper.

  167. Angela said...

    I am a cloth wipe user… I love cloth wipes, so soft, so easy to wash:)

  168. Rachel Bates said...

    We currently use cloth wipes, mostly WAHM made. We love them!

  169. Chic Mama said...

    Left a comment on How to make Cloth Diapers

  170. Chic Mama said...

    When we started out with cloth wipes we were just using baby wash cloths, not thinking there would be much difference. Then I got some thirsties- wow! They were so soft and lovely and I like them so much better!

  171. Cecile said...

    I commented on the “Do-It Yourself: How to Make Cloth Diapers” post

  172. Melissa said...

    I just started using cloth diapers, and right now I am using Pampers Sensitive disposable wipes.

  173. Kira said...

    We use cloth wipes 90% of the time but still have some of the Costco wipes leftover, so we use those on the go. I don’t like putting those chemicals on her booty, so if I can, I’ll rinse them with clear water first. And for people who do like disposables, these seem pretty gentle, and they are CHEAP!

    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  174. Erika said...

    I just commented on the Cloth Wipe blog.

  175. Erika said...

    Here’s my Wednesday comment…..Did everyone watch the Inauguration yesterday?!? So awesome! :)

  176. We use paper towels cut in half. We just wet them down or use a spray bottle with dry towels. I found the spray bottle is the best at cleaning our kids before they started solids.

  177. I am a follower. I also use target brand wipes when we are out of paper towels or for a quick clean.

  178. Carol said...

    I am planning to use cloth wipes for my little one on the way. My mom is making me some from flannel, so I hope I like them!

  179. Carol said...

    I am a follower.

  180. xandraandsammyd said...

    I use cloth wipes. I have a combo of baby washclothes and BumGenius wipes. I use Kissaluvs Diaper Lotion Potion Concentrate mixed with witch hazel and spray either on the wipe or right on the bum.

  181. xandraandsammyd said...

    I am a fan on facebook.

  182. Amanda said...

    left a comment on “Change to Cloth Campaign”

  183. Amanda said...

    commented on “Kozy Pal Shopping Cart Covers 20% off today only”

  184. Amanda said...

    left a comment on “Wipe-Out!”

  185. Amanda said...

    left a comment on “Do-It Yourself: How to Make Cloth Diapers”

  186. Maggie said...

    I’m currently pregnant and planning on using cloth wipes, but not using them yet.

  187. the momma said...

    commented on the “Do-It Yourself: Making Cloth Wipes” post!

  188. the momma said...

    Currently using both disposables and cloth, but will be switching to cloth exclusively once our disposables run out. I’m going shopping for fun wipes material to try making my own!

  189. Amy said...

    I use old washcloths, but my mom uses BG flannel wipes & is pleased. I'd really like to win some of these wipes & replace what I've been using, though.

  190. Amanda said...

    commented on “Do-It Yourself: Making Cloth Wipes”

  191. Kelly said...

    I made my own wipes out of fleece and flannel. They work wonderfully and I hate the rare occasion I have to use a disposable wipe. I still have a couple on hand because I got about a million for my baby shower almost a year ago. Every once in a while I am surprised with a poopy diaper and only one cloth wipe, so I have to resort to the disposable wipes for back up. But that doesn’t happen very often, thankfully!

  192. Kelly said...

    I also posted a comment on Do-It-Yourself: Making Cloth Wipes.

  193. Nikki said...

    I commented on the “Making your own cloth wipes” post.

  194. Tanya said...

    I am a follower.

  195. Tanya said...

    I don’t currently use cloth wipers but I want to start.

  196. Tanya said...

    I am a Facebook Fan.

  197. Nikki said...

    One final thought on cloth wipes: they’re handy for other things after baby outgrows the need for wipes. We use them for cleaning dirty hands/faces, etc, and my daughter (Age4) likes to use them when she has a BM instead of regular toilet paper. The old worn-out ones made nice dustcloths, too!

  198. Dani said...

    Cloth – I find them easier to use than disposables because I can toss them in the pail with the diaper.

  199. Dani said...

    I commented on todays – make your own wipes post

  200. SarahMcD said...

    I think I would use cloth wipes even if I used disposable diapers. They work so much better, and are gentle on the bottom. I like the velour on the Jolly Bums because they are grippy but still nice and soft.

  201. Kelly said...

    I love my cloth wipes and finally three a few wet ones in a plastic bag for my diaper bag but of course haven’t had the opportunity to use one on the go yet.

    If I don’t win this weeks drawing I just might have to take advantages of the free shipping giveaway and put some new cloth wipes in my cart. I am definitely turning into a cloth diaper junkie!!

  202. the momma said...

    Commented on the “Fluff Fridays: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)” post!

  203. Cecile said...

    I commented on the Fluff Friday FAQ

  204. Cecile said...

    Cloth wipes make sense, and it looks so much softer and better for baby’s skin. I’m planning on sewing some wipes this weekend with receiving blankets, but I’m not sure yet on big I want the wipes to be. Any recommendations?

  205. erinsmomma said...

    We actually use both, sort of. I’m trying to use cloth, which are actually just baby wash clothes, since it’s easier to just put that in with the cloth diaper. But my husband fine the disposable wipes easier.

  206. erinsmomma said...

    I am also a follower

  207. erinsmomma said...

    I also subscribe to the blog.

  208. erinsmomma said...

    I’m a Facebook fan.

  209. erinsmomma said...

    I have the Fluff Fridays button on my blog

    erinsmomma.blogspot.com

  210. erinsmomma said...

    I also have the Kelly’s Closet button on my blog

    erinsmomma.blogspot.com

  211. Maggie said...

    I’m pregnant with my second and planning on using cloth wipes.

  212. Maggie said...

    I just signed up as a follower too.

  213. Maggie said...

    I subscribed to the blog using live bookmarks.

  214. Amanda said...

    I commented on “Fluff Fridays: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)”

  215. Amanda said...

    When I switched to cloth diapers and wipes I used all of the left over disposable wipes for quick clean-ups at meal times. After that I went back to my damp washcloth routine. :)

  216. Katrina said...

    I posted a comment on the FAQ post.

  217. Katrina said...

    I posted a comment on the making your own cloth wipes post

  218. Katrina said...

    I use cloth wipes. I am currently using 24 baby washcloths that I bought locally. I make my own solution using punkin booty bits and store the wipes in a recycled disposable wipe container. I LOVE my cloth wipes – so much better than disposable.

  219. Kelly said...

    I commented on the DIY: Making your own diapers

  220. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on DIY: Making Cloth Wipes

  221. Kelly said...

    Left a comment on Fluff Fridays FAQs

  222. Senior Family said...

    i still love my cloth wipes ;O) I think i prefer them prewet .. but that takes time so i am still tweaking my system for now i keep them dry .. wet in sink and have the spray bottle to get the cleaning aspect :)
    -jenn

  223. Senior Family said...

    i posted a comment on the fluff fridays faq post :) thanks for clearing it up :)

  224. Erika said...

    i commented on the FAQ blog….thanks for the clarification :)

  225. Angela said...

    I use cloth wipes… I just like the feel of them better then disposable.

  226. Angela said...

    Commented on:”Fluff Fridays: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)”

  227. Angela said...

    Commented on: “Do-It Yourself: Making Cloth Wipes ** UPDATED with PHOTOS!!!”

  228. Kira said...

    On the rare occasion that all of the cloth wipes are in the wash, I use some of the baby wash cloths that I received as shower gifts. I like the terry cloth for its “grip.” Also, I just wanted to sing the praises of the Northern Essence Foaming Wipes Solution (the lavender/tea tree oil free version). It is fabulous! Smells good and leaves baby’s bottom squeaky clean!

    kira_williams2003@yahoo.com

  229. the momma said...

    commented again on the making your own wipes post. Now that pictures have been added, it is a lot more helpful! Once I get my second fabric, I’ll start making some wipes myself, too!

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