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Random tip for dried out wet wipes

And when it's left like this or pulled too far out you're going to have a dried out wet wipeIt seems that whoever invented wet wipe dispensers has decided to make sure that the next wet wipe, if not completely thrown to the floor, is at least in a position where it’s going to dry out due to being so far extended away.

Rather than mourning the loss of capacity, or attempting to find things that aren’t related to a baby’s junk and cleaning it, just save the dried out wet wipes next to the dispenser and use them to scrape off initial poocano eruptions.

While the wipes won’t be wet to begin with, they will be after initial contact with the enemy, and that’s about all you need.

While a dried out wet wipe won’t do anything such as sanitize or sooth, it wouldn’t have done any good at initial contact with ass fudge to begin with so, pretty much there’s no waste whatsoever.

Alternately, you can find something else to do with them, but keep in mind they’re not flushable and they make pretty inconsistent makeup removers and horrible napkins.

Alternately, according to the internet you can simply add water and the magic of a dried out wet wipe will return. I’m not sure this follows through for those that have the moisturizer compounds, but…

This random post has been brought to you by not having a brain due to it being 100 degrees in Nashville. We’ll return you to your regularly scheduled baby snark later.

Paul King

Paul King lives in Nashville Tennessee with his wife, two daughters and cats. He writes for Pocketables, theITBaby, and is an IT consultant along with doing tech support for a film production company.