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Review: Nature’s Miracle Deodorizing Bath Wipes (2018)

Would you give a small child a bath just because he had some dirt on his face? Of course not! You would use a wet wipe to clean his face. Did you know that dog grooming wipes offer that same convenience for your pet? Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath Wipes are just one option available, and I checked them out to see if they are worth buying.

Grooming wipes are very cheap grooming supplies that every pet owner should have in their pet care toolkit. As long as you purchase safe wipes, they can be used to clean your dog's face, ears, paws or any other part of their body.

Keep in mind that grooming wipes are not meant to be a substitute for regular bathing. Your dog still needs to have a full bath sometimes, and the grooming schedule you follow will depend on your pet's coat type and any skin or health conditions that he may have.

You have to pay attention to the ingredients used in the wipes you're considering purchasing. As with any other products, high-quality, natural ingredients are the best way to go!

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Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath Wipes Review

Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath WipesThese grooming wipes are mild enough to use on your dog's coat every day. They're very handy to keep in the car or take with you in a pack while you're hiking. They're durable enough to remove sticky substances (like tree sap) from your dog's fur, but they will rip if you scrub too hard.

Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath Wipes are made with moisturizing conditioners that help to keep Fido's coat shiny and his skin moisturized. They don't leave any residue behind, which is a must for me. Grooming products that leave a greasy mess behind are counterproductive and a total waste of money.

While these wipes from Nature's Miracle are alcohol-free, they are not made with all-natural ingredients. The full list of ingredients from the company's website are:

  • Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath WipesPropylene glycol
  • Potassium sorbate
  • 5-Chloride-2-Methyl-4-Isothiazoline-3-one
  • 2-Methyl-4-Isothiazoline-3-one
  • Polyaminopropyl Biguanide
  • Cocoamidopropyl betaine
  • EDTA-2Na
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Fragrance(Honey Sage)
  • Water

These dog grooming wipes measure 8″ X 7″ and is large enough to use with even the biggest dogs. In my video guide above, I show you how easily the wipes cover my hand. They work well for Labrador and our Beagle, so I would recommend them for multi-pet households.

I do like the scent of Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath Wipes, even though it's an artificial fragrance. The honey sage aroma is pleasant without being overpowering. Although I prefer to use products with natural fragrances on our dogs, the benefit to artificial fragrances is that they last longer. The scent sticks on our dogs for a couple of days before it fades away.

Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath WipesYou can also see how well these wipes remove hair and dirt from our dog in my video review above. I keep a package of Nature's Miracle Deodorizing Bath Wipes in the car and use them to clean our dogs' paws before I take them for a ride. They remove most of the dirt, but they will rip if they get caught on a rough patch on the dog's pad or snagged on a nail.

If these wipes were twice as thick, I would like them a lot better. They are ideal for cleaning the coat but would work a lot better on dirty, muddy paws if they were a bit thicker.

You can buy a 100-count package (which comes in the dispenser featured in my video review) for $4.22 on Amazon. They are extremely affordable and very comparable in price to other products made with similar types of ingredients. There are also options to purchase the wipes in bulk if you're interested in them.

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Samantha’s biggest passion in life is spending time with her Boxer dogs. After she rescued her first Boxer in 2004, Samantha fell in love with the breed and has continued to rescue three other Boxers since then. She enjoys hiking and swimming with her Boxers, Maddie and Chloe.