Ashton: Oh, boy, Newton.
Newton: What are you doing back there?
Ashton: You’ve got a dingleberry back here. You better not sit on the bed like this or you’re going to be in trouble.
Newton: This is so embarrassing.
Part of having plush fur like Newton means that sometimes dingleberries hang on while he’s taking care of his business in the litter box. And Newton is right, dingleberries can be really embarrassing, not to mention messy if they make it to the furniture.
That means when you see a dingleberry, you’d better take action to clean it up in a hurry.
That’s where earthbath tushy wipes come in.
Before nice people at earthbath sent earthbath tushy wipes for review, I always reached for a baby wipe when there was a dingleberry alert in the house. But products made for babies aren’t meant for cats. For something to be safe for a baby, there are different considerations than there are for cats. Babies don’t lick themselves all over, after all.
So I was pretty excited that instead of being a baby wipe, earthbath tushy wipes are intended for use on pets. They’re safe, and they don’t have a bunch of scary-sounding, unpronounceable chemicals in them. The baby wipes I had in the house included ingredients which can irritate skin and even cause carcinogenic effects with long-term use. I don’t want Newton licking a chemical like that!
I didn’t have to worry about Newton grooming his fur after I used the earthbath wipes to clean up his dingleberry. The most unpronounceable chemical in the wipes is saccharomyces ferment filtrate, a type of yeast that helps neutralize unpleasant odors.
Also unlike thin baby wipes, earthbath wipes are thick and textured, so your fingers are safe from the dingleberries when you’re cleaning them off.
Newton: Look, everyone! No dingleberries! Thanks, earthbath!
FTC Disclosure: We were compensated to review earthbath wipes, but tthe opinions in this review are my own and not influenced by any outsider.