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Poppets Cloth Wipe Solution
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Poppets Cloth Wipe Solution

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Description

This eco friendly cloth wipe solution has taken the cloth world by storm recently. A wonderful addition to your cloth routine, these delightfully scented cloth wipe ‘poppets’ leave your wipes feeling luxuriously soft and smelling divine.

Each reusable tin of Poppets contains 20 ‘all-in-one’ eco friendly pods made with a special blend of shea butter and coconut oil that makes a beautiful, heavenly scented cloth wipe solution.
 
A luxury eco product, it contains natural ingredients that are SLS, paraben, palm oil and cruelty free. Everything that you received is 100% biodegradable, recyclable and where possible recycled materials have been used.

We are proud to stock Poppets ‘Sugar Crush’ - A sweet, rich, fruity fragrance with sweet vanilla and cherry almond in a soft pink and white colour.

Ingredients 
Glycerin, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Aqua, Sodium Stearate, Sorbitol, Sodium Oleate, Cocus Nucifera (Coconut Oil), Sodium Laurate, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Citrate, Titanium Dioxide, Parfume.

 How to use

You will need a clean sealable tub to fill with your chosen wipes. One Poppet will make a maximum of one litre of lightly fragranced solution and will dampen around 20-25 wipes. You may want to wet a smaller amount of wipes and one Poppet will still be fine or you can cut them in half to make your supply last longer.

Boil some water and pour in to a measuring jug and over the Poppet and stir till it has melted (around 30 seconds) and then pour over your wipes. As the water is sterile your wipes will stay fresh for up to five days. 

Simply dissolve in water and pour over wipes and set aside till use. Can be used on hands, faces and at nappy changes.

A useful ‘how to use’ video can be found here