If bubs hasn’t arrived yet, we recommend that you buy the full washable baby wipes kit – even if you’re planning on using washable nappies. Why? Well, I’ll be brutally honest. I did use cloth nappies (and am still using Itti Bitti’s on my little girl).
However quite a few of my friends tried washable nappies and didn’t continue for various reasons – too much hassle, no drying facilities etc
If you buy the full kit, then no matter what happens with your cloth nappies, you can still use your wipes because you’ll have the mucky wipes box and bag for out and about.
And if you get on fine with your washable nappies, then you can use the mucky box as an additional soaking box, having one in the kitchen and one by the changing table for example
My baby is wearing disposable nappies.
If you use disposable nappies, our full baby wipes kit is the one you need as it contains a mucky box and out and about bag which you’ll need for storing your mucky wipes. You can choose from cotton terry, bamboo, 'Ultimate' cotton terry & velour for bums and faces. Need help choosing which wipes?
My baby is wearing cloth nappies.
If you’re already using cloth nappies and have a nappy bin (not everyone has!) then you’ll just need our mini kit. You might want to add an extra mucky out and about bag, depending on whether you have a nappy wet bag or not. Again, choose from cotton terry, bamboo, 'Ultimate' cotton terry & velour for bums and faces. Need help choosing which wipes?
My baby will only use Cheeky Wipes for faces and hands.
If you’re only going to use Cheeky Wipes for faces and hands, then you should be fine with the mini kit, because you won't need to soak poo-ey wipes in the mucky box - you can throw them directly into the washing machine. However we’d recommend that you go for microfibre, Ultimate cotton velour or bamboo wipes which are supersoft for faces and hands. Need help choosing which wipes fabric?