My husband was pretty much on board with cloth diapering from the beginning, but I had a little harder time convincing him to use cloth wipes. In fact, I just had to start using them to get him to do it. Once we started using them, we loved them. It only takes one wipe to clean up the mess (unless it's a blowout). They're soft, durable, and it's another thing that we can do to help save the earth. We just wet them in the tap and use to wipe her bottom. I know that some people use a solution of water and baby soap or water and tea tree oil and lavender, but we've used only water thus far. In our stash, we have 24 wipes and we've never run out of wipes by doing laundry every other day. We have two types and I like both.
The first type, I bought while I was pregnant. Unfortunately, I'm not really even sure what brand they are, because they don't have tags on them and my pregnant brain didn't pay attention! Once we decided to switch to cloth wipes, I went back to the cloth diaper store where I purchased them and they weren't there anymore!! When I asked about the wipes, the clerk told me that she thinks that they are GoodMama brand. The two sides of this wipe are distinctly different, one side is almost like velour and the other side is more fuzzy. They are super soft and before we used them as wipes, they made great spit cloths. These came in a pack of 12, but I honestly can't remember the price. I remember that I bought them because I thought the price was reasonable.
I was really upset that these wipes were out of stock at the store, but I was in desperate need to get wipes (I basically went cold turkey on disposable wipes). So I had to get a second kind. I picked Thristies Fab Wipes, which came in a six pack for $10.95. They are soft on both sides, almost like a terry cloth, but softer. They come in cute colors and about the size of a baby wash cloth.
Once you start using reusable things, I think that it gets a little addicting. In fact, I love cloth wipes so much, I even briefly considered not buying anymore toilet paper and switching to cloth wipes myself. But, that might be taking it a little too far, plus my husband immediately nixed the idea.
The bottom line is that if you're going to cloth diaper, you might as well use cloth wipes. You'll be doing one more thing to help the environment, you'll save money, and save yourself the hassle of having to dispose of wipes. Cloth wipes aren't very expensive, and if you don't want to purchase them, I've seen lots of ideas for making your own on the internet.