This was originally posted on another blog of mine (Happy Homemaker Reviews).   I consolidated them to continue to simplify my life.   – Jen  (04.2012)


I am totally loving all these new cloth diaper wipes! Last week, I shared how the single-layered (budget) diaper wipes fared. This week, I’m going to tell you what I thought of the double-layered wipes.

First up were the flannel/terry wipes from J Holton Quilts. I loved these! The flannel side works great for pees, but the terry side is heavenly for getting stubborn poop off squirmy babies quickly. The size was good and they were very well made.

Next, we had the flannel/OBV wipes from Sweet Bobbins . These were so soft and luxurious! These were a little smaller but they were not too small. In fact, I think these were really the perfect size.

The third set, from My Beautiful Girl, were OBV/ Sherpa. These were also very luxurious. These were specifically made as a travel wipe so they are a smidge smaller then the Sweet Bobbins wipe. They were very soft & gentle.

Last up were the flannel/minky wipes from J Holton Quilts. These were so gentle and so soft that I think I’m going to keep them for myself :). As a diaper wipe, they would be fabulous for a baby with sensitive skin or with a bad rash.

These wipes were all very well made and were very luxurious! One thing that I didn’t really consider when purchasing them is that they take up twice as much room and need more water in the wipes container–both minor issues but things I hadn’t considered.

And we aren’t done yet! Next week, see back to find out which were my favorites and other uses for cloth diaper wipes.

Jen S.



The Cloth Diaper Wipe Series is sponsored in part by:, a online store specializing in Itti Bitti cloth diapers, Rockin’ Green laundry detergent, and Moby Wrap slings.

1 Comment on Cloth Diaper Wipes – Double-Layered {The Green File}

  1. Becca
    13 April 2012 at 10:51 PM (10 years ago)

    We loved wipes with a terry or sherpa side and a flannel side! My son is 7 now and still uses his wipes for nosebleeds and for dusting his room. They still look cute after so many washings. So much better than slimy disposable wipes!

    About thick wipes using more water: We squirted the water from a bottle instead of soaking wipes in it, and one nice thing about that is (especially if you fold the wipe) you can keep your hand pretty dry while wiping baby with a nice damp surface.
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