Product Packing: 100 sheets / packet
Carton Packing: 6 packets
Carton weight: kg
Q: Why use Woosh Pet Wipes when I can just give my pets a bath?
A: Bathing pets too frequently will strip the healthy protective oils on their coat, causing an over production of those oils. This will result the pets to have stronger smelling coat. On top of that, the use of soap or shampoo can be especially drying on the pet’s skin and is more likely to wash off any topical flea treatments. Therefore, a quick solution to keep your pet clean and refreshed is to use Woosh Pet Wipes.
Q: Are these wipes safe on humans?
A: Yes. Woosh Pet Wipes are specially formulated with ingredients that are very safe for human use too.
Q: Any rinsing required?
A: Woosh Pet Wipes are soap-free so no rinsing is required.
Q: Why is your cloth different from other conventional pet wipes?
A: Woosh Pet Wipes are made with thick and tear resistant cloth for pet’s owner to clean their pet easily. These cloths are strong and capable enough to trap unwanted dirt from pet’s coat effectively.
Q: Will these wipes be harsh on my pet’s sensitive skin?
A: No. Woosh Pet Wipes are hypoallergenic and contain non-toxic ingredient making it safe and gentle enough for regular cleaning. These wipes are free from alcohol, soap and lanolin which reduce the likelihood of irritants.
Q: How can our pet benefit from Olive Leaf Extract? Is it safe for pets?
A: Olive Leaf Extract is a versatile ingredient that acts as a natural antibacterial and moisturising agent for topical usage. It is also used as an oral supplement for pets (usually in powder form) to help heal various infections (especially ears and skin.)
Q: Why not Aloe Vera?
A: Aloe Vera contains mild to moderate level of toxicity towards dogs and pets. Hence Olive Leaf Extract is a safer alternative.
Q: How to prevent the wipes from drying?
A: Always remember to reseal immediately after use, another way is to NOT place it under direct sunlight or any hot surroundings.
Tip: Place the packet upside down so the solution can flow to the top layer to prevent possibility of dryness during your next usage.
Q: Is it safe for puppies and kittens? Why?
A: Yes, it is recommended for puppies and kittens that are 6 weeks old and above. Usually the mothers of the newborns will be there to clean them but if more cleansing is required, you can always use the wipes to gently clean the mess. It is not advisable to bath the newborns.
Q: Why lanolin free?
A: Lanolin is grease from animal fur, usually derived from sheep and although it is moisturising, it may cause allergen in both animals and human beings. So instead of using lanolin, Woosh Pet Wipes contain Glycerin and Vitamin E to maintain healthy coat and paws for your pet.
Q: How often should dogs be bathed?
A: Every 4-8 weeks depending on the breed and discretion of the pet owner, or unless directed by veterinarian.
Q: How often should cats be bathed?
A: Cats are well equipped enough to tackle their own needs, by cleaning themselves naturally. Hence, it would depend on the type of coat and their cleanliness. They will need a bath when the coat is discoloured, smelly or oily despite after a thorough brush. All cats, if not most, will avoid a dip in the water. Therefore Woosh Pet Wipes will come in handy to dry clean, deodorise and moisturise your cats.