First of all, I use wipes. A lot. So, buying them was nothing extra special. The only thing extra special was that I had to go to Walmart to buy them. How I feel about Walmart is exactly the opposite of how Peter feels about Walmart.
But in we ventured, through the throngs of loyal Walmart shoppers, past the golden sliding gates and into the promised land of deals.
I don't know what it is but if you are a giant conglomerate and everything is especially not red and smelling of popcorn, I want nothing to do with you. Call me an elitist.
Anyway, I went with the medium sized box of refills. Here it is in a pile of clothes, next to a stack of books and an ice cube tray, near the chair filled with boppys. Just where you might expect to find a box of baby wipes, obvs.
The thing that appealed to me about these wipes besides being free was that they claim a one and done type of special wipe power. So, naturally, the first thing I used them on was a gnarly dipe courtesy of Peter (details all the way spared). His diapers usually require the 15 and done model of wipes so I was honestly pleased to have only used 2. And since 2 is pretty much the closest thing to 1, I hear by call Huggies not a liar!
I am strict stickler for store brands/cheap so this was a splurge ($9!!!! -__-) in my book. BUT, if this 2 wipes max habit keeps up, it would be actually, truly cheaper than my go-to Target brand.
(The horror, tho...)
Anyway, let's be real real and admit that wipes are not just for bums. Wipes are for hands and faces and tables and door frames and bestly of all, stainless steel appliances (this is serious, have you tried? It's magical). I asked the kids to do some product testing on the gross, sticky edges of the bunks in order to experience the true versatility of baby wipes and also to trick them into a cleaning spree.
The excitement was palpable.
Anyway, the Huggies peeps created a few cute videos to show us the countless cleaning opportunities that await you with a bag of wipes at your side. I have approximately one of these, and approximately 4 of these (minus the dog, minus the bowl of soupy spaghettios), and at least 13 waking hours of this. I bet you do, too. Check them and commiserate.
If I were smart, I would throw a bag of these wipes in my car for cleaning banana mush out of the cup holders. But I'm not, so...
Thanks for sponsoring, Huggies!
(What's your fav brand? Am I missing out by being an emotional slave to Target brand?)