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Wysi™ Wipe Biodegradable Towels

These tiny compressed towels are wonderful to have on hand for quick clean-ups. Add just one tablespoon of water and the tiny capsule magically expands into a durable and reusable cloth. A softer, easier to use alternative to pre-moistened towelettes, napkins or facial tissue!

  • 100% natural and biodegradable when composted
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Wysi™Wipe Biodegradable Towels White Pkg/12

3/4" diam.

10045365

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$1.99 ea

Wysiâ¿¢ Wipe Biodegradable Towels 4.7 5 13 13
NIce to have I have these in my travel pack and while they have come in useful at times, they are so thin that sometimes they just fall apart before completing the task. They have though come in hand in an emergency when there is nothing else around and I just need a quick clean up. Not a rush out and get item but if you are the store and see them and have a bit of extra cash they are not a bad investment. March 3, 2010
Perfect for what they are! I love that these are biodegradable. Despite that, they are strong and soft. They are not solid but are more "meshy" when they expand. These do NOT have soap on them already ... which is actually great because I used them to wipe a child's eyes and face on a hot, sunny day. June 14, 2010
Nifty Idea But I'm still searching for the ideal situation in which I need these. I have a package of these stashed in the trunk of my car, but thats obviously not a good place for them, since I never get to use em. I think part of the problem is that you need two ingredients to make this product work. ⿿A cloth, and then water. Well, wherever you find one you're likely to find the other. So I'm never missing part of the equation. If I spill something in my car, then I just reach for the healthy stack of fast food napkins in the back pocket. If I need water, than I'll stop someplace (probably a fast food restaurant, or a quick mart); and again, they have napkins. (not to mention a bathroom) And I don't think it's a good idea to have one of these things tumbling around the coat pocket. The moisture of perspiration and other external factors, like rain for instance, will cause this thing to swell and become a globby mess in your pocket. (let alone if you forget about it and send it thru a wash cycle with your clothes.) And for that matter again, you can just fold up paper napkin to keep in your pocket. Same amount of work/Same amount of risk⿦ So maybe these things need a little help to make them worth while. They could be pretreated with a little soap or something. At least then, it's a gimmick that's harder to reproduce under normal circumstances. I guess I just need to take these camping with me, or perhaps to Europe, like one of the other reviewers suggests. ⿿Anywhere that'll remove me from my normal routines of preparedness. And wont you know, that'll be the exact time I forget to pack them⿦ January 25, 2011
Great little wipes I keep a tube of these wipes in my purse. They fit nicely into the Nalgene tubes sold at TheContainer Store. They are very useful when travelling, especially with children. They are strong and produce a lot less lint than paper towels when I have to clean a spot on clothing. March 22, 2013

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