Pet Grooming Wipes and Compostable Waste Bags Review
Mochi’s Paws waste bags are compostable and biodegradable. This means that unlike plastic waste bags that get added to landfill, they break down in 90 days. They are made from PLA, PBAT, and corn starch. We thought that they seemed really high-quality and the material didn’t feel cheap or flimsy at all. They’re extra thick, durable, leakproof, and odorless. They can be purchased in packs of four rolls of 60 bags or eight rolls of 120 bags; the rolls fit most standard leash dispensers.
We also tried the pet grooming wipes, a useful product for when your dog needs a quick clean, but not necessarily a whole bath. Instead of cotton, they are made from bamboo, which grows faster and uses less water than cotton. We like that they’re gentle on your dog while cleaning them — free from parabens, alcohol, chlorine, sulfates, and other harsh chemicals that may irritate pets. They use natural ingredients like aloe, chamomile, and vitamin E to condition, remove dirt, and deodorize. Each canister includes 70 wipes, and the container is recyclable once emptied.