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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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0, an administrator can remotely wipe disks in their original location first and then relocate the disks for disposal or recycling.
After testing seven types of wipes used in hospitals, they found the effi-ciency of the wipes at removing traces of MRSA bacteria, Clostridium diffi-cile (a bacterial infection that affects the digestive system) and Acinetobacter from surfaces was not up to scratch, and in some cases even spread the bacteria.
personal wipes accounted for a 14% value share of total retail disposable hygiene products sales in 2014.
Polyester wipes are used because they are low abrasive and ultra-low in particle generation.
Tesco floor wipes When I first opened the packet, I noticed the faint smell of lemon - but overpowering this was the smell of disinfectant.
Put the wipes back in the container and pour enough CLP on them so they are lightly saturated.
Once you are on the plane, take out another wipe to use on the arm- rests, tray table and headrest of the seat.
Most people don't know where they got the germs that made them sick, but when SaniCart Wipe is available, they will now know that it didn't come from going to the supermarket.
We thought it was a very good idea,'' says Robert Stiles, president of Gelson's Markets, adding that the company offers wipes - each sheet costs about 2 cents - purchased from a medical supply company to assure that none of the disinfectants in them will harm a customer.
The frog wipes these waxes over every part of its body, and when the lipids dry, the frog looks like it's made of plastic.
The proposal contains separate requirements for disposable towels and reusable wipes.
The KimTech Surface Sanitizer Wipe is made with Kimberly-Clarks patented HydroKnit[R] technology for durability.