The 10 Best Travel Wipes Cases
This wiki has been updated 10 times since it was first published in March of 2018. When you're riding tour buses, strolling through museums, and taking in the views of a new city, you need a convenient and portable way to keep your baby clean and fresh. That's why we rounded up these travel cases for wipes, so you can help your little one stay spick and span no matter where you are. They're designed to take up minimal space and retain moisture while being easy to carry. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best travel wipes case on Amazon.
All Things by Dee Monogrammed A great baby shower present, the All Things by Dee Monogrammed comes in colorful printed fabrics and lives up to its name by being customizable. You can complete the gift with a range of other personalized options, including bibs and burp cloths, all for reasonable prices given that these pieces are handmade. etsy.com
June 01, 2020:
From cute to subdued styling, we've kept a range of options at this time to suit all needs. On the simple side, we still like the Buti-Bag Butipods, if choosing a pattern is important to you, and the Huggies Natural Clutch N Clean, if you're fine with receiving a design randomly. As with most of our choices, these will accommodate many types of baby wipes, as well as disinfecting wipes and more. We added the Ulvbabi Lightweight, as well; these aren't as hard-wearing as some, but they're affordably priced for a pack of six, so you'll have extras on hand.
As for "fancier" choices, we selected the Tactical Baby Gear Pouch 2.0, the perfect pick for moms and dads who prefer rugged rather than dainty or precious. You can use the MOLLE straps to attach it to most compatible bags, which helps justify its relatively large price tag. Or, for something that looks more like a purse, there's the Baby Bumco Clutch. The strap goes just as easily on your wrist as on your stroller, and there are plenty of attractive colors available. We removed the K. Quinn Black Diamond, however, as it doesn't retain moisture as well as some.
Finally, after some consideration, we've kept the Oxo Tot On-The-Go, as it works for many users but is not without its drawbacks. The biggest issue is that if you throw it in a cluttered bag, the items inside can trigger the lid, opening it and letting moisture out. For this reason, we think it's best for those who will keep it somewhere it's not likely to get bumped and banged around.