Sonja Draven wrote:I spent a good chunk of my Sunday turning a thick flannel sheet into "toilet cloth" aka pee rags. I have only been using them for number one and only during the day (when I'm home) so I don't accidentally flush them at night.
I just rinse them with water after and hang dry. Will wash with laundry. So far so good. And my toilet paper stash should last a good long while now.
Ashley Cottonwood wrote:Wow! That's more impressive than my method. I cut up old cotton T-shirts! We have a "butt sprayer" so it's just for drying. We've been using this system for 2 weeks. Looks like we ain't going back to TP ever!
I've been washing them separately. Hang dry is a good call!
Bihai Il wrote:We used cloth wipes for my son when he was a baby. Now, I've been trying to use them at least for #l. I'm having to untrain myself of taking toilet paper when I won't need it! The other part I'm struggling with is where to put them in the bathroom in my reach but not a toddler's plaything. Toddlers love containers.
Still, the hard part is changing my own habits and creating a system to maintain.