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Instructions for the Prince Lionheart Wipe Warmer

By Elizabeth Falwell ; Updated April 18, 2017
Using a wipes warmer can keep wipes at a comfortable temperature for your baby's bottom.

The Prince Lionheart company makes a wide range of products for your baby's nursery, including a warming dispenser for disposable wipes. The "Wipes Warmer" and the "Ultimate Wipes Warmer" are both designed to gently warm up disposable wipes. Both models use the same set of simple instructions.

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Remove the unit from its packaging.

Plug the power cord into an electrical outlet connected to a 110 to 120 volt circuit. The power light on the wipes warmer will turn on once the cord has been plugged in correctly to an acceptable circuit.

Press the button on the top of the unit to open. Place your preferred brand of wipes into the tub; the unit is designed to hold roughly 80 to 100 wipes at a time.

Allow the unit three hours to warm up to its standard operating temperature.

Clean the unit periodically with a clean, non-abrasive wipe. Unplug the unit from its power source before cleaning.

Things You Will Need

  • 110-120V electrical outlet
  • Disposable wipes


Always place the unit on a flat, solid surface for best results.


Do not immerse the unit in water or any other liquid to clean, as this poses the risk of electrical shock and damage to the unit.

The heat and moisture used in the Wipes Warmer system may cause discoloration or water damage to surfaces on which it is placed.

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About the Author

Elizabeth Falwell has been writing for the TV news industry since 2005. Her work has appeared on WXII 12 News, WMGT 41 News, NewParent.com and multiple parenting blogs. A graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University, Falwell holds a Master of Science in broadcast journalism.

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