Looking for an economical non-bleached baby wipe? Look no further! bumGenius Flannel Wipes are 100% unbleached cotton and are lower priced than many competing products that offer half the amount of wipes for the price.
bumGenius Flannel Baby Wipes are designed for washing little faces, dirty bums, and for wiping runny noses. The fabric is completely natural and always unbleached. Just the right size to fit in your wipe warmer!
12 wipes per package. 100% Unbleached Cotton * No colors available.
I have no regrets on choosing to do cloth wipes, but I absolutely do not recommend BG's wipes. They are single layer, rough flannel cloths. They tear easily, and after washing, the shape warped! Seems like a minor thing, but trying to trifold a parallelogram is not a simple task. Either go to the fabric store and cut your own flannel, or go with a different brand wipe.
(Posted on 1/1/2017)
at first, my fiance said "heck no" to cloth wipes. i thought "if we are gonna use cloth diapers then why not cloth wipes?". so easy! you just throw them in the wash along with the diapers.
(Posted on 8/25/2016)
These have only been used for about 5 months and they feel so rough. Just not soft at all anymore. I just ended up going to the fabric store and making my own and they are still very soft. I don't recommend these.
(Posted on 12/5/2015)
So far I'm liking BG CDs but I'm not liking these cloth wipes. After one wash three of them began unraveling at the edge where it's stitched. I just washed them first with the baby's clothes, which I put on hand wash on the washing machine since they aren't that dirty. Then when I took them out several were unraveling. Then when I washed them the second time, more of them started to unravel. I love that they are the perfect size, they are really soft, but I don't know why they are coming apart? Not happy with this purchase, maybe I got some defective ones.
(Posted on 10/18/2015)
These are only one layer thick and cost as much as nicer wipes do. I am not really impressed with the quality, the cotton gets holes quickly and looks bad. At first they are soft and nice, but they get worn too quickly, especially considering the price. I much prefer the Grovia wipes.
(Posted on 8/22/2015)
We must have gotten 8 of these 12-packs of wipes. We have so many, but I love never running out. I love to think how many disposable wipes we have avoided using. They clean up great and we just use them again and again!
(Posted on 7/24/2015)
I thought, why not use cloth wipes, already doing the diapers! So glad I did. I use a spray bottle with water, put a little on the wipe and use the other side of the wipe to dry her off. Fresh diaper on a dry bottom with no chemical residue! Can't imagine doing it any other way!
(Posted on 2/10/2015)
It took me a bit to start with cloth wipes and now I am wondering why! These are so soft and get the mess with one or two wipes. I keep them wet in an old disposable wipe container and use far less than before at diaper changes. They are a bit thin, but it makes them easy to use.
(Posted on 1/14/2015)
I prefer my Grovia wipes to these because they are much thicker, softer, and more absorbent for the same price. You can use just one of those usually, where as these take 2 or 3. That being said, I do like that these are a natural, unbleached material. I bought a package of these and 2 of the Grovias and that seems to be a good amount. Both are much better than disposables, with their unnecessary ingredients and expense, if you're going to be washing cloth diapers anyway. Dip these in a dish of water or pre-wet for use in a wipes warmer and you are good to go.
(Posted on 11/11/2014)
These were the first cloth wipes I bought once I decided to use cloth wipes because Bumgenius diapers were my favorite brand. At first I thought they were fine but then I tried other brands of wipes and quickly found others I liked much better. They wipe well and tend to stain. They are soft though.
(Posted on 8/14/2014)
I ordered 36 of these and now I think that it may have been overkill. These puppies are awesome! They can clean up the dirtiest messes with about a third of what disposables are capable of doing. I generally wet the first wipe down with some water or homemade wipes solution, depending on the mess, and follow up with a dry wipe so no moisture is left behind. Pee diapers takes two because of follow-up method and poop diapers take 3-4 wipes. They wash and dry well. I highly recommend them!
(Posted on 7/26/2014)
These are the only wipes my husband and i use, they're great! The BG flannel wipes are great quality! We will be cloth diapering for the next many years (BIG family:) and were looking for materials that seemed like they would last through the process and we found these! The size of the wipes are helpful, i use one instead of 2 or 3 of disposables. We are pleased with our investment :) amen!
(Posted on 3/24/2014)