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51 Ways to Use Baby Wipes That You May Not Have Thought Of (But Totally Should!)

51 Ways to Use Baby Wipes That You May Not Have Thought Of (But Totally Should!)

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Baby wipes are a parent’s best friend. They are the parent hack that have cleaned many messy disasters and not just the poonami kind. Baby wipes make cleaning a breeze and can be used for a myriad of chores and difficult tasks.

WaterWipes are the safest wipes you can use. They are different to ordinary wipes as they don’t contain any chemicals. They are made using only water and grapefruit seed extract. They are safe to use on newborns, toddlers and adults, when removing body excrement or paint and make-up.

You can be assured that WaterWipes are not only safe, but they can prevent rashes that can occur from the use of wipes in delicate areas.

When you know the wipes you’re using are better for yourself and your kids, you can get more creative on using them for everyday chores and activities.

We’ve found 51 ways to use baby wipes that you may never have considered.

  1. Remove make-up from face
  2. Remove make-up powder and residue from the vanity bench
  3. Clean and polish the taps
  4. Remove face paint
  5. Clean the vanity basin grate
  6. Clean the toilet seat (please don’t flush down the toilet)
  7. Use as a toilet wipe if run out of toilet paper, but please dispose in a bin
  8. Use as a tissue
  9. Remove mascara mishaps while applying make-up
  10. Clean window tracks
  11. Clean door tracks
  12. Clean door knobs
  13. Clean lunch bags
  14. Clean and polish shoes
  15. Remove dust from the car console and dashboard
  16. Clean ink and paint from rubber stamps
  17. Clean the computer keyboard
  18. Clean the Ipad or Iphone screen
  19. Remove dust from fake plants
  20. Clean marks off the walls
  21. Wipe over plastic chairs
  22. Wipe over leather chairs
  23. Clean a white board
  24. Clean a blackboard
  25. Clean the inside of a handbag
  26. Clean between your toes if you’ve stepped in dog poo
  27. Clean the outside of the bin
  28. Clean the inside of the bin
  29. Clean exposed light bulbs
  30. Clean over public change mats and tables
  31. Clean public eating area tables
  32. Clean hands after going to the bathroom
  33. Use to clean yourself after sweating or camping
  34. Clean bird droppings from car
  35. Clean hands and benches when crafting with glue or paint
  36. Clean dolls
  37. Clean outdoor toys
  38. Clean minor marks on clothing
  39. Clean marks off carpet
  40. Clean plastic or wooden shutters
  41. Clean remote controls
  42. Clean light switches
  43. Clean desk
  44. Wipe marks from the kitchen bench
  45. Clean the outside of appliances
  46. Remove dust from fan blades
  47. Wipe away cup marks on coffee table
  48. Wipe away nail polish runs
  49. Wipe over high chairs
  50. Wipe over place mats
  51. Wipe over plastic table cloths

With all those usage ideas, baby wipes are definitely a must have item for every household. But when you use them for more than just wiping your baby’s bottom, your household can go through quite a few packets of wipes. It’s important to check that what you’re wiping away, isn’t wiping something more dangerous onto the surface.

We’ve listed 51 ways to use baby wipes, but maybe you can suggest some other ways you use them in your everyday life?

WaterWipes are available from Coles, Woolworths, Chemist Warehouse and selected pharmacies and online.



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Rebecca Senyard

Rebecca Senyard

Rebecca Senyard is a plumber by day and stylist by night but these days she changes more nappies than washers. She is a happily married mum to three young daughters who she styles on a regular basis. Rebecca is not only an award winning plumber, she also writes an award winning blog called The Plumbette where she shares her life experiences as a plumber and mother. Rebecca also blogs at Styled by Bec believing a girl can be both practical and stylish. Links to the blogs are and


  1. Fab to wipe my dog down with, when he comes in from the rain, after all he is my fur baby!

  2. Baby Wipes refresh make up brushes; one of a kind while handy during artistic adventures that are creatively entwined. As a family, fabulous when we are out/about – sometimes with food all over little faces and on clothes throughout.

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