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    Lola has a weepy right eye and her folds were looking irritated. So, I ordered Malaket wipes from Amazon and got them a couple days ago. I've used the wipes twice now and have a question. Are they supposed to smell really weird? They are pink in color and the smell is something like nail polish remover with some kind of fruit scent. Lola sneezes and rubs her face all over the couch and floor after I use them. I'm afraid they've gone bad or something isn't right with them. The smell stays on my hands for a couple of hours after I use them (even after washing), and it's just not pleasant at all.

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I just got them as well and they are a pinky colour. They smell as well. I read the reviews and some people complained about the smell. Bonez has red yeastand bad tear stains, so I am gonna stick them out. I do use bathroom tissue and dry after I use them. I am also using the shampoo as well. They don't seem to bother him. I got mine from amazon as well. If you haven't already done so ,read the reviews . They might help as well

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I have never used the malaket wipes so can't really comment ... I've always used Baby wipes for sensitive skin, and then dried with a cotton wool ball. A lot of people are using witch hazel too.

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I just bought Witch Hazel today! So i can let everyone know how it goes with Sumo's stains

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I've been using Witch Hazel on Wilson's yeasty paws twice a day and it has really been helping a lot. I've also been cleaning his tail folds and forehead wrinkles with it.
    Wilson & BabyGirl

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    Yeah, I've been using witch hazel (works great for her tail pocket and ears) but it wasn't clearing up the irritation of the fold between her eye and nose rope. I decided to try something stronger. Sounds like the Malaket is just smelly. I also tried putting corn starch there after the witch hazel, didn't work either. If the Malaket doesn't work I'll try Desitin, too. Oy.

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I also bought the Malaket wipes; They stink horrible and my dogs won't let me near them with them.
    Since these guys are so sensitive, something natural would probably be best; I have heard that cornstarch can help whiten dogs white fur and helps keep the moist areas dry, but you would have to be doing it all the time as it absords the moisture but turns into a gross little ball of gunk....

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I had planned to try this (but my dogs stains cleared up and havent come back; not sure why):

    "Milk of Magnesia, corn starch and peroxide

    Use equal volume of MOM (plain white) and peroxide, and then use the corn starch to make a good paste of this; put on and work well into the stained area and let dry 4 hours. Wash out, CONDITION WELL. Keep doing this for several days until tear staining is gone, although I would recommend skipping a day or two between applications if possible. Apply a thin coat of desitan diaper rash ointment after the area is washed out and dry. Try this every other day if possible and the choice way of doing it. If your dog has heavy stains then do this for 3 days in a row, then skip every other day.

    It works well but give it a few days to show results. "

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    Yes! That's how they smell and they work great. I have to chase Jake all over to use them...he hears me opening the jar! But they have been awesome on every little bump and really work.

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I like the Douxo pads... they don't smell bad, and the pad is larger and thicker, which allows me to get through the wrinkles with a single pad vs a couple when I used Malaket

    http://www.amazon.com/Douxo-Chlorhex...6321406&sr=8-1

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    I have the liquid Malaket that I put on cotton balls and wash his face with. IT STINKS HORRIBLE!!!! Vegas runs faster than I have ever seen him run when I come out of the bathroom with a cotton ball with the solution on it, and I wash my hands over and over and they still stink!! I use to throw the cotton balls in the trash and it would stink up the whole kitchen, now I flush them...BUT they do work great!!!! and you don't have to dry afterwards it is self drying. Vegas does go into his crate after I have wiped his face with them and rubs his face all over his crate. He hates the smell too!!!!

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    Default Re: Malaket wipes

    thanks @JAKEISGREAT and @KMARINO!!

    Exactly what I wanted to know. I should have known she was just being a baby!

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