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Toilet paper tablets
#11
Been giving out a handful to several of my nieces that have just had, or are about to have more babies.  Baby wipes are the go-to of course but these are a bit stronger for those times when the little ones have a 'blow out'.  And being so small and light they take up no room in the baby bag.  Nice just-in-case prep.
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#12
the above is not a just -in-case-prep..... thats a darn emergency mode when the tikes do that ! Smile
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#13
Thanks for the tip on these. Never heard of them before. Been looking at buying a bunch off of ebay for 3-4 cents a piece.
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#14
i ordered 100 off e-bay i will let you know what i think when they get here, if i like em ill order more.
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#15
I use to bring a small pack of those wipes to work for that 'oh so fresh feeling' after taking care of business.  But they always seemed to dry out before I reached the end of the pack no matter how well I sealed the top.  The big pack we keep in the bathroom at home stays fine till the end so I figure it's going back and forth in the car and being out in the elements that has an effect on the small pack?  

Anyway, these things are quite a bit more useful in 'that department' and take up practically no room in my work bag.  And they're cheap enough as well.
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#16
we've used them a number of times to try out.... always worked well with water added.
as mentioned, wife loves them and got a bunch in each day bag
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