Our Top 10 Uses for Wipes & Are Pampers Sensitive Wipes Really that Mild?

We go through an awful lot of wipes at home. I seriously could not imagine myself living without them.

Top 10 uses for wipes in our home:
1. Getting food off the high chair, table, floor, walls (you get the gist!)
2. Removing food and dribble stains off clothes
3. Wiping toothpaste and water marks off the bathroom sink (floor, walls… is it just me?)
4. Dusting
5. Giving the toilets a quick wipe
6. Refreshing little people when it is getting hot (have you ever tried putting wipes in the fridge?)
7. Cleaning the fridge quickly when it is getting empty, just before we fill it up again
8. Wiping hands when travelling on public transport
9. Removing make-up
10. Last but not least, wiping dirty faces and bottoms!

Messy Baby
Pampers challenged us to put their wipes to the test and make a short video testing the pH of their wipes. The idea behind the challenge was to prove that Pampers Sensitive Wipes are milder than cotton wool and water. They are kind to little ones’ sensitive skin and as such, they are dermatologically accredited by the Skin Health Alliance. They are also thick and really soft to provide gentle cleaning with less wiping.

Wriggly really enjoyed the experiment, especially throwing pretty much everything on the floor. She is quick!


Check out the new Pampers “poo face” video:

I am working with BritMums and Pampers testing their wipes and featuring their new #PampersPooface video. I was provided wipes and have been compensated for my time. All editorial and opinions are my own. Click here for more information.

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  1. 28/07/2015 / 9:40 am

    Wriggly is so cute, a real star.

    Really impressed by your experiment too, although my children are older baby wipes are indispensable for a multitude of reasons.

    • 29/07/2015 / 1:40 am

      Thanks Julie! xxx

  2. 30/07/2015 / 5:49 am

    Aside from removing make up….I’ve done all of the above and more! In fact I find wipes can be superb for dusting, though nor necessarily cleaning glass. #BrilliantBlogPosts

    • 11/08/2015 / 10:36 pm

      Thanks for clearing that one out! If I have a small area of one of our mirrors to clean (every day / Jumpy loves smearing yoghurt or moisturiser on the mirror…), I use a wipe, then dry with kitchen paper or a tea towel.

  3. 30/07/2015 / 2:56 pm

    I’ve never used {or thought about it} them to quick wipe toilet or fridge but used them for everything else!

    Interesting experiment!!

    • 30/07/2015 / 11:42 pm

      It was quite fun and I really didn’t expect it to be that conclusive.

  4. Louise
    30/07/2015 / 11:11 pm

    I’m not sure how I ever managed before wipes – they have definitely become an essential in our house for all sorts of things (mostly the same things as are on your list!) 🙂

    • 30/07/2015 / 11:37 pm

      Same here. Once you’ve used wipes, I don’t think you could go back to not having them! x

  5. Natasha
    14/10/2016 / 6:27 pm

    Great list. You need to add that they are great for removing paint splats when glossing

    • 14/10/2016 / 11:19 pm

      Great point!

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