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Here is the solution I use to moisten reusable cloth baby wipes.
Note, I did some web research into different recipes and many seemed very complicated for such a simple matter. So I made up my own blend. It's very easy.
Melrose Organic Castille Liquid Soap
Organic Camomile Tea Bags
I boil about 2 cups of distilled water and put in a bowl with the organic camomile tea bag and let cool. Then I apply a small squirt of castille liquid soap. I pour into the spray bottle dedicated to Juan's wipes. If necessarily, I fill the spray bottle with more distilled water. Easy.
That solution lasts about a week or so.
However, I would like to point out that lately I've just been wetting the wipes with water. Nothing else just pure simple water. While Juan is on breastmilk, I think that is all that's necessary. Probably when he starts eating solids and those pooey nappies take on a whole new meaning I will go back to this solution.
Note: The castile soap is actually a bit harsh when I used it to wash my hands on a regular basis, so that's why I only use a very small amount diluted in the tea and water. The castille soap contains: purified water, organic olive oil, organic flaxseed oil, organic palm olein (Columbia), organic sunflower oil and glycerine.