|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11.6 x 19.4 x 20.1 inches|
|Item model number||29508|
|Size||Case of 18 Poly Packs, 110 per Pack|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Georgia-Pacific Soft-n-Fresh 29508 White 1/4 Fold Disposable Airlaid Wash Cloth, 13" Length x 12.5" Width (Case of 18 Poly Packs, 110 per Pack)
|Price:||$46.37 ($2.58 / Packs) & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Soft and bulky when wet perfect for patient care in all health care facilities
- Gentle on the skin
- Convenient, protective, spill-resistant poly packaging
- Springy material and easy to open when rinsed and squeezed out
- Measures 13" length by 12.5" width
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|Patient Wiper||Hand Towel|
|Use||Patient care (wash cloths), healthcare and light manufacturing cleaning tasks||Soft - For personal care||Alternative to laundered towels for improved hygiene and lowered costs|
|Size (W x L)||12.5'' x 13.0''||14.0'' x 21.5''||19.5'' x 39.0''|
Top Customer Reviews
I found these to be an economical answer to the problem. They are strong enough to be useful and I am very happy with them.
They are great for wiping and general cleaning tasks.
For incontinent care: They are a bit larger than a washcloth, and they cover even the largest of hands. For common nursing tasks, it's easy to grab a small stack of them and soak them in a basin with some warm water, using and discarding them as needed. It's easy to use, fold, use again, then discard, and then use them as a regular cloth when any mess has been removed for a soapy wash, rinse, and dry. They can be rinsed out and re-used when it is hygienic to do so.
They are also nice for using when doing PEG tube or NGT feedings, as well as removing drains and other tasks that can cause some minor leakage. The beauty of these clothes is that they can just be put in an appropriate waste bag and tossed- no laundry or dirty linens need lie around the nursing unit waiting on collection.
They are also nice for wiping down med carts or at med doors where sometimes spills happen.
The only real question I have about these is the expense. Nurse managers may or may not find that budgeting for these is less than normal laundry services might be, but staff might also need to be reminded to try to carefully gauge their need and not waste them. If individual room billing is possible, they are packaged in nice, conveniently sized bundles that aren't too big, the plastic packaging on the 55 wipe each packs can easily hold peel and stick bar codes for billing purposes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are nice, large (13” X 12.5”) disposable “wash cloths”. FYI, I do not know what they are made of, and I don’t show it listed on the package. Read morePublished 6 days ago by G. Hearn
These are basically super-napkins, useful of course beyond the medical arena; around the house they can soak up spills and be used as washcloths. Useful!Published 13 days ago by Andrew D. Lossing
These wipes are not just for showers/baths/etc. They also work great as dusting cloths, window wipes, you name it. Rinse them and they keep going! Read morePublished 23 days ago by Jamie Bourgeois
These disposable cloths are large, soft and strong. They are DRY washcloths, and are meant to be used with water and/or soap or other cleanser. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sasha Q.
These are great to have on hand because they're versatile and efficient.
They are marketed as patient care washcloths, but we've used them for a variety of purposes. Read more
These disposable washcloths are absolutely amazing. My housemate has health issues, and the VA sends a visiting nurse out three times a week to bathe his feet and legs before... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Miss Betsy
In theory this is supposed to be for commercial use - you know just like that big dispenser of aluminum foil squares or plastic wrap you buy at Costco. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan Lebryk
These bring cool comfort to anyone during these hot summer months, but especially they are helpful to an invalid in a bed or wheelchair. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daring Di