There are, however, some dangers associated with baby wipes and their attachments. Knowing the use and limits of baby wipes is a crucial factor in their safe use. Most baby wipes contain a lot of alcohols, as well as synthetic perfumes and other chemical products that protect the wipes from mould and mildew. Whilst alcoholic beverages have some anti-bacterial qualities, baby wipes do not eliminate all germs or virus.
Never use baby wipes instead of detergents to sterilise the diaper changer or your hand. Don't ever let a baby clean a baby off of you. Babies' innate intuition is to put the towel in their mouths. Since the wipes are small enough to slip into your baby's lips, they pose a suffocation risk.
Furthermore, the alcohols and chemical substances on the wipes are not intended for use internally and may make your baby sick. Always place the baby wipes out of range. During 2010 and 2011, some baby cloth brand names were called back because they were polluted with damaging germs. There is no need to be concerned that all wipes are potentially dangerous, as most are secure and produced under very sanitary circumstances.
They should, however, follow the latest developments and regularly visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission's website for product recall campaigns on wipes and other baby articles. When your wipes are called back, discard them immediately as instructed by the Product Safety Commission. Wipes for babies are handy for changing diapers at nights as they keep the wipes hot, which is less surprising for a sleepy baby.
Several wipes have been called back due to liquid leakage from the wipes into the holding chambers, which can lead to severe shock or even electric fire. Furthermore, some wiper warmer wipes out your cloths, which makes them less useful.