Environmentally Friendly Baby Wipes
Natural baby wipes – protecting the planet and your baby's future
Just think about every disposable baby wipe you throw away. In 2007 almost 21.3 million tones of waste ended up in landfill in England so this is a perfect chance to do your bit to protect the environment for your children.
If you’re already doing your bit by recycling your newspapers, glass and tins – then using Cheeky natural baby wipes is just as easy. No more disposable baby wipes sitting around in landfills until your baby has grandchildren of their own!
The future of our planet is literally in our hands.
Cloth Baby Wipes – a more gentle way to clean bottoms
Cheeky cloth baby wipes are an eco-friendly, green and natural way to clean your baby’s bottom! Our lovely natural washable cloth baby wipes use just water and 0.16% (or 4 drops!) safe essential oils, which are biodegradable and smell great too!Cheeky Baby Wipes don’t create mountains of washing either as you can just pop them in with a normal load. Even better, they don’t need to be dried every time, so no tumble drying makes another environmental bonus!
Natural Baby WipesUsing Cheeky baby wipes does your bit for the environment – a green, natural, and affordable wipes option!
You can take back control of your planet with a few simple steps and some hassle free Cheeky Baby Wipes.
"Landfill is a load of rubbish and you know it! Try Cheeky Wipes instead and bin disposable wipes for good!"
Game Changer - If you're tempted... Try it!!
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 | S
This kit is absolutely fantastic. From first use I never looked back.
They're the perfect amount of cloths to keep on a comfortable rotation, and the design is so clear and easy. It's a much more pleasant experience than disposables because they're always a bit wet so you really feel you're washing every time.
I thought it would be a bit disgusting and especially thought the mucky box would have to be a bit gross, but wanted to give it a go... The mucky box is literally never even the slightest bit off.
I've also discovered that using one of those plastic, round clothes peg hangers means I can easily hang them all up to dry after a wash and leave them until I'm ready to put them away so no stress or issues finding space. I've just received my second kit today for my second bathroom!
Definitely, if you're even tempted to try, you should because it'll completely be worth it.
Wednesday, 29 April 2020 | Rachel
I bought these for my 17 year old daughter. We both love them! Having used washable nappies with both my children, the idea of washable sanitary pads was nothing new and I don’t know why I didn’t do it earlier! These wash brilliantly and are very easy to rinse out. When you do so , you realise how absorbent they are. I have washed them at 40 degrees (admittedly with a squirt of laundry ‘bleach’ and sometimes some whitener) and they look like new. Have just purchased some mucky wipes oil (from here to soak them in and a box to soak them in so they smell nice before washing. I also bought a white mesh bag to pop them all in the wash. Will be recommending these pads to my younger friends. Think I will need to buy more for my daughter so she has enough for a whole period. Husband delighted that he no longer has to buy sanitary products at the supermarket. A win win !
Tuesday, 28 April 2020 | Carrie
I bought this kit to bypass the toilet paper shortage caused by panic buying before the COVID-19 lockdown, and with the understanding that it's likely the same will happen again when Brexit takes effect. For context, I am a single woman living alone and well, I love these. Now I'm used to using them, I don't think I will be going back. My toilet never gets blocked any more; I have the peace of mind that I'm not flushing waste that will take ages to biodegrade into the water table; it feels like using luxury wetwipes every time (and is quicker to get clean). The only cost to me in terms of convenience is that I have to do an extra hot wash once a week with stain remover and Miofresh (or you could use Napisan); I put my towels and household cloths in the same wash. They wash up nicer if you don't use the mesh bag, so I'm now using that for lingerie in a delicates wash instead. This is the future of bum-wiping! Toilet roll is now for guests only in this household!