By coville123 from Brockville, Ontario
I use a Folger's plastic coffee can for my container. It's the perfect size! To use: fill with cold water and 1/4 cup white vinegar and let sit overnight, this removes the coffee smell.
Does anyone have a recipie on how to make Antibacterial "Wet Ones"?
Glenda from River Falls, WI
|Does anyone know how to make your own sanitizing or antibacterial wipes??
Thanks in Advance,
|RE: Make Your Own Sanitizing Wipes?||07/28/2004|
|I used the inexpensive brand of baby wipes at BJ's and add 1 cup of water that one teaspoon of tea tree oil has been added and mixed and let the wipes absorb the the water.|
|RE: Make Your Own Sanitizing Wipes?||07/29/2004|
|Cut a roll of paper towels in half (serrated Knife works well) so it looks like two toilet tissue rolls.
Into a liquid tight container. big enough to hold the cut roll of towels (old baby wipe container or regular plastic-ware.)
1 cup water
I wouldn't use this on the baby as I do not know what it could do to sensitive skin it is related to eucalyptus. Put smooth side of roll down into the liquid, leave to 15 minutes, flip over so smooth side is up, cardboard core should lift right out of the center. I throw out the first towel as it has glue on it.
For the second Roll get another container
1 cup water pour
Soak towels flip..now leave in bathroom for a quick clean-up.
Don't confuse the two. LABEL YOUR CONTAINERS!
Alcohol is used in sanitizing products, I have not tried this with paper towels.
|RE: Make Your Own Sanitizing Wipes?||01/15/2005|
|I use alcohol, paper towels and an empty baby wipe container. I have never had trouble with anyone getting sick at my in home day care.|
|By johnsonya (Guest Post)|