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First time mom here. Do I need a wipe warmer? If you have one, do you use it? I've heard they can burn the wipes. I'm due in December (if that matters) and I think I can get one second hand for about $10 (if that matters).
Totally unnecessary. And if you do get it, and your out and can't warm your wipes, your baby could be super cranky that there's a cold wipe on his/her bum.
Echoing some of the sentiments already expressed, it's not a necessity, but a luxury. We actually really enjoy this little luxury for DD since the wipes come out nice and warm and it doesn't startle her during cold nights or early morning diaper changes.
We use Lionheart and have not found that it burns the wipes at all. As previously mentioned, you just need to make sure the pad is always wet when adding new wipes into the warmer.
I like it, I recommend it as a luxury, but that's just me.