Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Review: Wysi Wipes

I was never a girl scout, but I do live by their motto of "Be Prepared." I'm the kind of girl who carries a sewing kit in her purse, stores aeseptic vegan milk in the cupboard, and stashes wet wipes in the car. So you can imagine how frustrating it is to pull out those wet wipes when disaster strikes, only to find them dried out. In the Texas heat, it's better to trust products such as Wysi Wipes to get the job done.

  • Portable
  • Affordable
  • Great for camping, travel, etc.
  • Can fill a variety of needs
  • Biodegradable
  • Soft texutre
  • Suitable for Sensitive Skin
  • May be hard to find in stores
Wysi wipes won't dry out like wet wipes. They come to life with a little water and are ready for use. I love how versatile they can be with the use of various sprays and soaps. This means more control over what goes on them, and the potential for a very safe product.

Wysi wipes are a modest size and are essentially a cross between a paper towel and a washcloth. They do have a thinner weave, so I'd recommend wearing gloves if you plan to use them with any strong cleaning products.

These wipes are great for travel due to their compact size and ease of use. I was especially glad to see that they are biodegradable and made of cellulose. Wysi Wipes are a nice alternative to traditional wipes and I'd recommend them to anyone looking for safe and portable cleaning products.

Also available on Amazon.com.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


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