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Use Baby Wipes For Cleaning Shoes

I was looking for a way to clean my 12 year old daughters shoes. We all know how expensive shoes can be and I didn't want to risk washing them in the machine. A friend told me to try baby wipes, it worked like a charm. Just a couple of swipes, and the leather looked new. From that point forward, I have kept a jar of wipes around, (even though there isn't any babies in the house), and I use them to do quick wipes on a lot of things. We also use them for the couch, eye makeup remover, and simple wipe downs of the bathroom. I buy the large refill bags and sometimes cut them in half. I also keep them in my car for those messy moments all moms have.


By Annie from Mpls., MN

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February 7, 20080 found this helpful

I use the unscented ones to clean my cats. I found out I was allergic, and since there was no way I was going to give them up, I knew I had to bathe them; I wipe them down with one then follow with a paper towel and I'm done, usually before they realize what I have done.

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February 7, 20080 found this helpful

Re: Cleaning the cat with baby wipes: This is a great idea, especially unscented, I was just at petsmart where the charge from $7.00-$9.99 for the cat bath wipes, with the same ingredients as unscented wipes. My opinion is they slap the word cat on there and charge 3 times the price. What we as consumers must remember is that for pet supplies, it is all about the marketing and the mark ups!

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February 10, 20080 found this helpful

does anyone know if these are ok to use on carpet? When my 6 yr. old was a baby I would always clean up spills on the carpet with them, but then wondered if it was leaving a residue that dirt and dust would stick to. Now I have various stains that the steam cleaner won't get out and wonder if I could use the baby wipes. they worked great back then.

TC in MO

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February 12, 20080 found this helpful

I, too, use baby wipes for makeup removal, easy touchups for quick cleaning, etc. I purchase the White Cloud Aloe unscented Wipes in the lavender colored plastic resealable refill package, 80 ct. at Walmart for $1.58. I've used several brands of wipes, before finding this one, now I only purchase these, as the "cloths" are actually cloths, not made of paper which tears easily.

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