3% Hydrogen Peroxide Wipes-Size: 5.6" x 7" wipe Quantity: 40 wipes - UOM = Case of 6
- 5.6" x 7" wipe
- 40 wipes per canister
- 6 canisters per case
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Top Customer Reviews
They lost a star for two reasons: First, there are no first sheet starting instructions. I worked from the center of the roll out, and that turned out to be correct, but the first few sheets tore away from the rest of the roll necessitating fishing out the next sheet and starting over. Second, there are no "safe to flush" instructions, so I've refrained from flushing a used towelette. Instead, I just wrap a used towelette in a few sheets of t-paper or a paper towel and put it in the trash.
A plus — if the towelettes dry out (they haven't, but if they do) just moisten the roll with a small amount of hydrogen peroxide from the bottle you no longer have to take with you.
According to my pharmacist nephew, hydrogen peroxide also has problems:
1. Chemically, the solution is unstable. Light and heat cause it to transform into water - note that it is always sold in black or dark brown containers. For these reasons, It has a short self life. You need to use it as fast as possible before it becomes useless.
2. As a germ killer, it is not as effective as chlorhexidine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Peroxide is not as drying as alcohol, to have it in a wipe even better. I use peroxide because you can see it working, these wipes make it convenient.Published 6 months ago by Amykle
It was wonderful to find this product available because the drug stores had quit carrying them. I use it to clean my CPAP machine and they have kept me from getting sick from a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nicholas V. Anderson