As any parent can attest, what item, next to the baby and the diapers themselves, do you touch in those first few years MORE than the baby wipes tub? They're stashed all over the house for at least a couple of years. The unsightly (usually teal-colored) plastic baby wipes tub are not the most lovely accent item! Thus were born WipesWraps Baby Wipes Covers by the company Clever Relish.
About: CleverRelish was founded in by Jill Carreiro, an engineer, salesperson, lifelong tinkerer and thankful momma to three little ones ranging from 3 to 7 years old (and another on the way!) That's nearly SIX straight years of diaper changing! Six years of looking at the same ugly plastic baby wipes tub at every diaper change. Then one day she had an "aha" moment: Why don't we just make it a part of the decor! As a busy wife, mother, and businesswoman, Jill's cool idea was put aside for a bit. She worked hard, moving up the corporate ladder and leading teams of great people. During the process of making her aha moment a reality she became determined to empower others with cool ideas to live their dreams. Thus CleverRelishTM was founded and the launch of WipesWrapsTM swiftly followed.
So what is it? This is the world's first stretchable cloth cover to turn unsightly baby wipes tubs into the perfect accessory for any room or space. They are available in fun and fashionable prints for the nursery, living space, and bathroom. Many moms and dads go to great lengths to make there babies spaces the most beautiful and serene space they can. WipesWraps are a stylish, flexible, and fun solution to the challenge of hiding those baby wipes. Banish the unsightly tub!
What we thought: I love this product idea. It did fit my tub a little funny though. It was hard to close. They suggest leaving the tub upside down overnight and that did seem to help. I used a Huggies tub and it suggests Pampers so that may have something to do with it.
They have many designs I LOVE on their site such as Dotty Blue, Lagoon Stripes and Blues and Browns. They sent me Rosie Posie (below). I really didn't like the design. It was too busy. It didn't fit in really to my house and I have boys so I don't think it would look right in their rooms. I think this design would fit better in a baby girl's room or a feminine bathroom.
I like this product and think it would be perfect for a baby shower gift!
(I would have included a personal photo if it but Brayden misplaced the cover and I can't seem to find it. :( )
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