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wipe

(wīp)
1. To rub with a fabric, e.g., for cleansing, sampling, or sterilizing a surface.
2. A piece of cloth or paper impregnated with an antiseptic or disinfectant.
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The last several years have seen a number of retailers either adding new private label baby wipes or upgrading their offerings.
Of the 15 lawsuits that involve flushable wipes and their alleged impact on sewer systems in the U.
retail sales of store brand baby wipes, the largest subcategory, rose 3.
100 percent polyester interlocked wipes and 100 percent polyester Purity wipes with a knit construction for exceptional absorbency and cleanliness.
Anticon, formerly part of the Milliken group but acquired by Contec a few years ago, has come up with a treatment that can be applied to many kinds of wipe that permanently bonds to the fabric and traps many more particles than an untreated wipe and then retains 95% of them.
It is usually a stressful day when someone calls in sick in the office, so maybe taking a few minutes to wipe down areas besides in the operatory will help prevent this.
It wipes this wax all over its body to create a waxy barrier that locks in moisture, which helps it conserve water.
The proposal contains separate requirements for disposable towels and reusable wipes.
The EPA- and NSF-registered KimTech[R] Surface Sanitizer Wipe from Kimberly-Clark Professional kills 99.
Over the past few years, big-time marketers such as P&G, SC Johnson and Clorox have launched new wipe products--think baby wipes for kitchen counters--in record numbers.
Among the new products that the major private label and value brands tampons and incontinence vendor is launching this month are two baby wipes that come packaged in a tub that facilitates single-hand dispensing so that parents can keep one hand on a baby while removing a wipe.