Thirsties Fab Wipes
- Buttery Soft
- Cost effective
- Available in assorted coordinating boy or girl colors
- Machine Washable
Thirsties two-sided wipes are made of:
Velour side: 85% cotton, 15% polyester
Microfleece side: 100% polyester
Boy 6-pack: Meadow (2), Honeydew, White, Ocean Blue, Mango
Girl 6-pack: Orchid (2), Honeydew, White, Ocean Blue, Mango
Thirsties Fab Wipes might possibly be the very best investment you
can make. The average household will spend about $550 in wipes from
birth to potty. In comparison, you will need to expense only about $50
in expense to purchase Thirsties Fab Wipes to get you all the way from
birth to potty. Switching to washable baby wipes, is clearly a simple
solution to put nearly $500 back in your pocket. In addition, Thirsties
Fab Wipes are perfect for delicate baby skin as you'll be able to
control the solution you want to use to cleanse your baby.
Reusable cloth baby wipes are an alternative for both disposable
diaper wipes and can also be used for wiping up little baby noses,
hands, and messes. We keep a stack of about 100 of them on hand that we
rotate through to suit a whole variety of needs. In addition to
cleaning diaper changes, we also use ours as little burpies, quick
wipe-ups after mealtime, and I even keep a stash of my own for
refreshing facial wipes and make-up removal. They are so soft and irresistible.
Thirsties Fab Wipes measure 8" x 8" inches and are 2 ply. A textured
cotton velour on one side to assist with bigger wipe-ups and delicate
microfleece on the other side for drying or for lighter messes. These
wipes will fold and fit perfectly in a recycled wipes container or
warmer, but we like to stack ours and display the colorful selection in
a basket above our changing table.
Thirsties wipes can be used with water or any wipe solution. Made in the USA.
Care & Use
Before use: Wash once using a cloth diaper safe detergent.
At every wash cycle:
- Prewash on warm
- Wash on hot
- Add another rinse on warm.
- You may hang to dry, or dry in the dryer. If the wipes are stiff
after line drying, you can throw them in the dryer on medium heat with
some wool dryer balls to soften them.