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Baby Wipes – Do Not Use On Leather

Baby Wipes

Very bad For Your Leather, just look at some of these ingredients found in some of the baby wipes…..

This is some of the additional ingredients that might found in baby wipes that are known to cause minor to more serious interactions with babies, so can you imagine the damage its doing to your leather items….

These can include Disodium EDTA, a chelating agent used to absorb impurities; sodium citrate, a urinary alkalizer; phenoxyethanol, an antiseptic agent; ethylhexylglycerin, a cleaning agent; benzyl alcohol, an anesthetic and bacteriostatic; dipropylene glycol, a solvent; lauryl glucoside, a surface-active agent; carbomer, a suspending agent; anisic acid, an antiseptic; and coco glucoside, a fragrance.

Gaining an understanding of why this causes damage to leather is essential, So Please DO NOT USE THEM ON LEATHER ITEMS

This is why so many leather goods get dried out, crack and have colour loss, when using baby wipes…

To get the best care advice for your leather, contact us as we can help, baby wipes are not the way forward at all…

We have specialist cleaners and protectors for all types of leather and can provide advice free of charge….

The best time to start looking after your leather items is the day you take delivery of them, even if it has some form of a stain guard protection system on it

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