Cottonelle pads can get sticky and messy, so it’s best to dispose of them as soon as you can.
But if you’ve already swallowed the pads, it’s time to try and clean them up yourself.
Here are some tips on how to get out of the sticky mess you’ve made.1.
Rinse them in water2.
Don’t soak them in hot water for an hour3.
Keep them away from other animals4.
Don`t rub them with a wet towel5.
Do not apply any lubricant6.
Never use cottonelle cleaners on your dog7.
Use a mild detergent8.
Don�t put cottonelle on your face9.
Wash your hands after using cottonelle10.
Keep cottonelle out of reach for pets and young children.1 .
Wash your paws with soap and water.
Wash off any residue with a damp towel or cotton.
If you have to use a milder detergent, wait at least 30 minutes before applying a new product.2.
Place the cottonelle pad in a small plastic bowl.
Cover with a cotton cloth and let it sit for at least 15 minutes.3.
Rinput the cottony pad with water to remove any dirt.
Remove the cloth and rinse it with water.4.
Rub the cotton on your hands to loosen the glue, which makes the pad less sticky.5.
Place cottonelle back in the bowl and let sit for another 15 minutes to remove the glue.6.
Use cottonelle as a cleaning product if you have the time to soak the pad for an extended period of time.7.
Do NOT use cottonella cleaners on cats or dogs.8.
Keep your dog’s eyes closed for a few hours before cleaning him or her.9.
Do use cottonelles in areas that are prone to scratching, such as under furniture.10.
Do store them in a cool place.
They can get messy after a while.