I often see and correct Marines who use Baby Wipes to clean their weapons. There is a reason you should not use Baby Wipes and I will explain it now so that everyone knows 'why'.
First, a list of ingredients found in Baby Wipes;
Potassium Laureth Phosphate = Salt & Alcohol.
Glycerin = Holds other ingredients together, retains water from surrounding environment.
Polysorbate 20 = Detergent.
Tetrasdium EDTA = Acid used to dissolve limescale.
DMDM Hydantoin = Preseravative used in Shampoo, Conditioner and Baby Wipes.
Methylparaben = Anti-fungal agent containing acid.
Malic acid = Citric acid.
Aloe Barbadensis = Moisturizer.
Tocopheryl Acetate = Vitamin E that slowly absorbs into human skin when applied.
Ammonium Salt = Amonia and salt, and acid.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine = Detergent used in bath products.
Methylchloroisothiazolinone = Preservative used in water based personal care products.
Methylisothiazolinone = Anti-microbal.
Nothing in the above list is good for your weapon. Baby wipes contain water which will cause corrosion (rust) to form on metal. Salts, which
combined with the water will accelerate corrosion. Acids, which breaks down the oil on the metal. Detergents which, once again, break down the oil on the weapon. Preservatives which cause the water and salt to stay on the surface longer, aiding in corrosion.