15 Clever Ways to Use Wet Wipes

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Many people never buy  baby wipes until they have children.  But it doesn't take long until they start to wonder how they ever lived with out them.   

This all purpose product can be very helpful around the home and in everyday life. Here are 15 clever alternative uses for baby wipes, that have nothing to do with babies.
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REMOVE MAKE UP


Baby wipes are great for removing make up, especially eye make up.  I personally use wet wipes  for removing my make up the most, especially when I'm traveling. They  are gentle and efficient at getting the job done and way cheaper than the ones labelled ‘ beauty wipes’.
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USE ON YOUR SWIFFER

So, I only do this occasionally, but wet wipes fit great on the Swiffer Sweeper  and clean just as well.   They just dry up faster than the wet cloths, because they aren't as wet. You may not be able to do your whole floor with one wipe, but they work perfect in a pinch, like when you run out of Swiffer pads.

  • SEAL ENVELOPES: If you hate to lick envelopes and have a lot of invitations to send out, wet wipes can do the job.
  • REMOVE MARKS:  Pen, pencil, crayon and paint can be removed from most surfaces and skin with the help of a wet wipe.
  • CLEAN RUBBER STAMPS:  crafters use wet wipes to clean rubber stamps use for card making and scrapbooking. 
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REMOVE STAINS

Baby wipes can be use to blot up fresh stains on clothes, upholstery (especially microfibre) and even carpet. 

 Retailers  use them to remove make up marks from clothes and  they are perfect for getting rid of white deodorant marks on dark clothing. 
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CLEAN HOUSE PLANTS

Larger house plant leaves tend to get dusty and need to be cleaned to keep them healthy. Grab a baby wipe to wipe down the leaves.   It’s easy and the wipes are gentle ao they won’t harm your plants. 

  • CLEAN SHOES:  Wet wipes can be used to bring leather shoes and boots to a shine, as well as wiping the sides and bottom of trainers and hiking boots after stepping in wet grass or mud.
  • FRESHEN DRAWERS:  Place a few drops of your favourite essential oil on a wet wipe and place it in a dresser drawer as a sachet.
  • REMOVE FINGER PRINTS:  Clean your touchscreen devices (tablets,  phones and computer monitors) and appliances. Wet wipes are soft can get all the sticky fingerprints off.
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CLEAN TOYS

Wash  baby doll faces as well as other kids’ plastic toys. 
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CLEAN UP PETS

Wipe off your furry friend's paws and messy face.  

Remove stray hairs from pets. Have a pet that sheds?  A daily rubdown with a baby wipe will remove some of the excess fur and cut down what ends up on the furniture and floors.

  • REMOVE SPRAY TANNER OVER-SPRAY:  A baby wipe works wonders if you've been a bit over-zealous with the at-home spray tanner.  
  • STATIC TAMER :  A quick swipe with a baby wipe can calm crazy fly-away hair that is full of static electricity.
  • CLEAN THE BODY:  from messy faces and hands, to toilet paper replacement, to cleaning yourself when there’s no shower available (think camping) wet wipes are perfect when you're in a pinch.
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