You thought you only bought those baby wet wipes to help with diaper changes. It turns out those little wet wipes come in handy anywhere you go.
Here are some ways you can use baby wet wipes:
- Wipe off the kitchen counter
- Clean up the spilled liquid off the floor
- Wipe up that mess around the toilet when your kid misses
- Clean hands in the car
- Clean kids’ hands when they refuse to wash in the sink
- Get bird poop off your car windshield or hood
- Get bird poop off swings or slides at the playground
- Wipe off the insect repellent from your kids once they are done playing outside
- Swipe away the sweat from your face on a hot summer day
- Sanitize after using a public bathroom with the kids, especially if there was no soap
- Wipe sticky food/residue off of toys
- Get the dirt off your hands after you just loaded up your truck with mulch at the home improvement store
- Dislodge crusty boogers from around your kids’ nostrils
- Wipe off the dog or duck poop you stepped in while playing with the kids at the park
- De-stickify the outside of your kids’ water bottles
- Remove the residue that always seems to appear on your deck furniture
- Dust your hard surface furniture
- Remove dirt, grime, stains, and crayons from your walls
- Help clean up a skinned knee
- Quickly clean up the bathroom surfaces before guests arrive
- Remove the grease and dirt from your hands after you worked on the car
- Clean off your car’s dashboard
- Remove make-up
- Sanitize your computer keyboard
- Clean the handprints and smudges your kids leave on the car windows
- Clean up after play-doh, glue sticks, and washable markers
- Wipe down doorknobs and switch plates
- Don’t forget to have one or two handy after you finish that Chick-fil-A!
- Wipe up spit-up from the leather couches
- As a bullfighter’s cape when your rowdy toddlers want to be the bull
- Hasty wipe down of the table after you’ve been seated at the restaurant but before your server appears
- Compress to soothe fevered brows
- Cleaning up twin bums after your twins have synchronized poops
What would you add to the list? What is your favorite use of wet wipes?
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4 thoughts on “33 Ways You Can Use Baby Wet Wipes”
use a wet wipe to wipe off your leather tennis shoes.
@Michelle – that is a good one. I’ve used them for this very purpose.
Sounds like #30 is a more personal experience.
They are also really good at getting some small stains out of carpet and furniture before they dry.
@George – great tip!