The women say toilet paper is a waste of money and bad for the environment.
But that doesn’t mean their families don’t use something for well, you know.
Instead, Angela Davis, Kathleen Quiring and Mikala Earley keep a stack of cloths by the toilet.
"After the first few uses, everyone sees the wipes as an actual upgrade from toilet paper,” they claim.
Once used, they’ll be placed in a bin and later be washed to use again and again.
Going green is one thing, but this might be a bit of a stretch.
Kathleen explained her thinking to Huffpo Live. “I realized, if it's not a big deal doing it on the baby, why is it such a big deal doing it with us, too?”
Mikala looked at it like this, 'it is almost seen as a necessity, it doesn't have to be, and it's been a lot of fun to learn how to do it this way.”
All three women blog about their experiences and admit they aren’t 100% paper free.
“It's kind of hard to take it with you,” Mikala said when she talked about being out of the house.
The women also say they keep some around the house for guests who aren’t as hard core as they are.
More here, if you dare.