5-Count Organic Flannel Wipes

(2 customer reviews)


These wipes dry quickly and don’t develop odor, making them a perfect bathroom companion for many uses. At 5 x 6 inches they are easy to carry during outdoor activity with the included mesh bag and make for a perfect “bird bath” with a dab of water and Wouche Away Natural foam or mist. Rinse and place in a mesh bag outside your pack or pannier and they will dry before the next time you need them!

Folks love these natural organic flannel cleansing clothes! Made by another women-owned company partner. All have sturdy professionally surged edges. They work great with Wouche Away for facial cleansing, toilet hygiene and baby care.

They wash well and resist staining. We suggest you don’t use fabric softener or dryer sheets with cloth wipes as it can lessen their life span and change absorbency.

We Love… These flannel wipes are a great workhorse product! We looked at a lot of different products before choosing these to carry and use at our house. We use them for a quick wipe with Wouche Away after urination for gal and babies (wet wipe use for urine-only diapers increases diaper rash rates). They are also great for quick body wipe-downs with Wouche Away in place of a shower and for facial cleansing.

2 reviews for 5-Count Organic Flannel Wipes

  1. JF

    I first got some of these wipes as a sample with my Wouche Away. Now I own a stack of them and use them daily with the Sensitive foam as my main face wash! They are super soft and the perfect size. Before this Wouche Away / flannel wipe combo my face was always bright red after washing, no matter what product or cloth I used. I never knew that washing my face could feel this good.

  2. JS

    I have been using them to clean little faces after mealtime. Love them!

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Meet Green Little Nest cloth wipes founder, Makisha

Green Little Nest cloth wipes founder, Makisha
I started making cloth wipes 15 years ago when my oldest was in diapers. Both my kids ended up having terrible reactions to conventional diaper wipes. I decided to make my own, and wondered why it wasn’t more common. When my daughter started potty training, she hated the feel of regular toilet paper and cried when it ripped and tore (which was all the time!). It was an easy decision to transition to cloth, and Green Little Nest was born!

I’m happy to provide an alternative to traditional diaper wipes and toilet paper and hopefully help rid the taboo of reusables one wipe at a time.

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