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WipesWraps Baby Wipes Covers



WipesWraps Baby Wipes Covers stretch over unsightly baby wipes tubs and turn them into a perfectly stylish accessory!

Whether you use wipes for the nursery, child's room or any living space, these wraps can bring a touch of style and add to any decor with so many styles to choose from.
Super easy to use!!

I was sent a tribal print cover for review.
Using the accompanying instructions, within minutes I had it on my baby wipes tub.
Believe it or not, it matches my bathroom! That's where I keep my wipes, so that was super cool!
It's been a long time since I had babies in the house, but we still use wipes when we do a doodie. It keeps you fresher and cleaner than using standard toilet paper. Plus, when my son was younger, it kept his shorts skid-mark free! Moms of young boys can empathize, I'm sure.
The only problem I had was my container itself. The package says right on it that it works best on a Pampers wipes tub. Of course that wasn't what I had on-hand, so it had to be smacked hard to keep the lid down.
I have since got a Pampers tub, put it on that one, and it works perfectly as it said it would.

All-in-all, my inner fashionista loves these things. I'm even considering getting another for my tub in my other bathroom. Yup, too cool to pass up.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments

  1. Interesting it works best on certain brands

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    1. Hi there! WipesWraps were made to fit Pampers brand tubs like a glove, because they are by far the highest-selling tub shape. We've found that customers who are fans of Huggies and many other brands and generic tubs love the look of WipesWraps on their tubs too! #BanishTheUnsightlyTub, we say!

      Thanks for your feedback, please let us know if you have any questions.

      Sincerely,
      Jill

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  2. Thank you Freda for your fantastic review of WipesWraps! We are so pleased that you love them, and super-excited that your sample pattern goes with your décor...you're a stlin' lady, obviously!

    Readers, thank you for your comments, we love to hear from you!

    Best regards,
    Jill

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