What are Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes?
Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes kill 99.9% of bacteria and remove dirt from hands when soap and water are not available.
What is the benefit of using Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes over hand sanitisers?
Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes are just as effective as gel hand sanitisers in killing 99.9% of bacteria, but they clean better than hand sanitiser gels by wiping away dirt and messes. They are also hypoallergenic and won’t irritate skin. Furthermore, since they are not a liquid, Wet Ones can be carried through airport security.
Are Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes alcohol based?
Do Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes kill germs on surfaces?
Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes are designed to kill bacteria on hands.
When should Wet Ones antibacterial wipes be used?
Wet Ones antibacterial hand wipes should be used to clean hands whenever soap and water are not available.
Where can I buy Wet Ones hand wipes?
Click here to see stores that stock Wet Ones.
What is the shelf like of Wet Ones hand wipes?
The shelf life of our products is 2 years from the date of manufacture. The expiration dates can be found on the back of all packs.
If my Wet Ones wipes are dried out, can I add water to them for re-use?
You cannot add water to a dry Wet Ones hand wipe for re-use.
Do Wet Ones wipes kill viruses, including Coronavirus? Are Wet Ones effective against Coronavirus?
Wet Ones Antibacterial hand wipes have been tested for their ability to kill bacteria. They have not been tested against viruses, including Coronavirus.
How do I dispose of wipes?
Please don’t flush in the toilet, the wipes should be disposed of within a waste bin.
The efficacy of consumer antiseptic products such as antibacterial wipes or hand sanitizers is tested on specific microorganisms that are classified as bacteria, not as viruses.
Antibacterial wipes as our Wet Ones® are recommended by FDA and by other health agencies around the world, as consumer antiseptic rub products to be used on hands when soap and water are not practical or available, and are not intended to be rinsed off with water.