Alcohol-Free Hand Wipes


These hand wipes are made primarily of natural ingredients with minimal processing. Natural ingredients are extracted directly from plants or animal products as opposed to being produced synthetically. These products do not contain any substances on our Banned Ingredients List.

Personal Care, Beauty, Cleaning & Baby Care Products: These products are made primarily of plant-based, naturally-derived and non-petroleum ingredients, pure essential oils and gentle preservatives. They do not contain any substances on our Banned Ingredients List.

Alcohol-Free, Hand Wipes, 75 Individual Packets

It’s the germinator. Two truths: your baby wants to touch everything and everyone wants to touch your baby. It’s a beautiful thing. Except for the germs. Oh, and the alcohol other sanitizers leave behind. Ours is alcohol-free, moisturizes and protects longer. A must have around irresistible babies.


  • Alcohol-free plant based formula that kills 99.9% of germs
  • Skin nourishing & extra gentle formula without the alcohol to leave hands smooth and germ free.
  • Non-allergenic ingredients that are soothing to the most sensitive hands
  • Pediatrician & Dermatologist tested
  • No: alcohol, triclosan, parabens, sulfates, phthalates, artificial fragrances or dyes
  • Never tested on animals
  • Easy to use disposable wipes

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Antiseptic Wipes Safe for Computer Keyboards

Is your computer making you sick? It’s not always easy to point to the cause of health problems, but Bill Rutala is always looking for sources of infection. 20160823
His job is to battle bacteria at hospitals and clinics in the University of North Carolina health-care system. A few years ago, his focus landed on computer keyboards. The keyboards that Rutala studied were in a hospital, but what he found applies to keyboards everywhere — if they’re shared.

Rutala knew keyboards could carry bacteria, and although most of those bacteria are harmless, a few can cause problems. But there was something he and his colleagues didn’t know: Would disinfectants harm keyboards?

His team laced keyboards with bacteria, and then tried out a variety of commercial disinfectants, as well as sterile water.

“We determined that all of the disinfectants we used were effective in removing the microorganisms that we intentionally contaminated the computer keys with,” Rutala says.

Even the sterile water worked. And one class of disinfectants, which includes Sani-Cloth Plus, Cavi-Wipes and Antiseptic Wipes, kept bacteria from re-growing for two days or more. None of the compounds harmed the keyboards, and the computers remained functional.

For once, this is an experiment you can try yourself.

“It might be a good idea for anyone who shares a computer with other people to clean the keyboard with a antiseptic wipes before use by a different person,” he says.

But cleaning your keyboard doesn’t mean you’ll be completely protected.

“Everything in our environment is contaminated with microorganisms,” Rutala cautions, from pens and phones to eyeglasses and chairs.

If you’re not up for wiping down every surface you touch, Rutala recommends one of his own practices: frequent hand-washing.

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Lens Cleaning Wipes


Lens Cleaning

Whether you need to clean a pair of glasses, your camera lens or your computer screen we’ve got the lens cleaning products in stock. Our selection of pre-moistened lens wipes include economical generic brands as well as the popular Sightsaver Lens cleaning cloths.

Safety Glass Cleaning Stations

It’s important to keep your safety glasses clean and free from dirt, grime and debris to provide the utmost protection for your face and eyes. Our selection of lens cleaning station combine a lens cleaning liquid solution and handy wiping towels that will not scratch your lens. We have complete stations as well as lens cleaning refill packs for existing wall-mounted stations.

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Bamboo Dish Pad & Wiping Cloth


The bamboo cloths reviewed here are sold for washing dishes, but we also use them for wiping tables and countertops. For this use, they have many advantages that make them simply superior to both bamboo kitchen wipes and cotton cloths. The first thing you notice when you touch them is the thick, quality feel that just feels just right in your hand. They are soft and absorbent like cotton, but don’t get that super heavy feel when soaked with water. It’s like a cross between synthetic quick-dry and cotton.

Even after many uses, they will not get that mushy feel of bamboo kitchen wipes. Due to anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties of bamboo, they don’t end up smelling either. Since they don’t smell, feel mushy or look like wet napkins, you are much more inclined to throw them in the washing machine. This fact alone makes them last much longer.

When used for washing dishes, the bamboo cloth is quite good for cleaning items that are not too dirty. The makers say that you can wash your dishes without dish detergent due to bamboos anti-bacterial qualities. We use the cloths, without detergent, for washing things like glasses, cups and for dishes that have been used for serving fruit, bread, etc. For heavy duty cleaning we still use a sponge pad.

For the right uses (wiping tables/countertops and cleaning dishes that aren’t too dirty) the performance of this product is definitely superior to the existing products on the market. We are glad to find a product that not only more ecologically sustainable, but also provides improved performance.

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