Kimtech Science KimWipes Delicate Task Wipers; 4.4 x 8.4 in. (11.2 x 21.3cm); 1-ply 280 count
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- Low lint and low extractables
- Absorbs 18% more water than other private label wipers
- Absorbs water 24% faster than other private label wipers
- One-at-a-time dispensing
- Won't scratch delicate surfaces when wet
|EAN||0689483050834 , 0885659506253|
|Item Weight||5.6 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Length||8-25/64 inches|
|Overall Width||4-25/64 inches|
|Size||1 Box of 280|
|UPC||689483050834 , 885659506253|
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|Brand Name||Kimberly-Clark Professional|
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From the Manufacturer
Kimberly-Clark Professional partners with businesses to create Exceptional Workplaces that are healthier, safer and more productive. Brands include Kimtech, Jackson Safety, WypAll, KleenGuard, Kleenex, Scott, and Cottonelle.
Science Wiper You Can Trust
Kimtech Science Wipes have been a favorite choice of labs, medical offices and delicate manufacturing for more than 60 years. Kimwipes delicate task wipers are specifically designed to gently clean liquid and dust and are great for instrumentation, surface, parts and lens cleaning. They have been designed to reduce lint and low extractables, so your team can use them confidently.
- Low static
- Low lint
- Light duty wiper for delicate tasks
Clean and Polish for Critical Tasks
Kimtech Science Wipes can help clean lenses and parts, thanks to their low-lint design.
These medical wipers are ideal for wiping up surfaces in medical offices.
Lenses and Glass
Use these soft, disposable paper towels for polishing glass and lenses.
These Kimwipes feature a special anti-static dispensing system, which reduces lint and electrostatic discharge. You and your laboratory staff can use them with confidence.
Kimberly-Clark Professional produces the Kimtech Brand, a world leader in creating personal and process protection for manufacturing, laboratories and beyond. For consistent, high-quality critical and controlled environment supplies, Kimtech’s superior products are the right choice, including wipes, respirators, nuisance masks and more. Count on Kimberly-Clark Professional and Kimtech to help make your workplace safe and exceptional.
Top Customer Reviews
Over the years I've gotten much advice from optometrists and other professionals about how best to clean lenses.
There are two elements involved:
Most objects you might grab to wipe the lens will either be abrasive enough to scratch the lenses, or else will contain dirt particles that will do the damage.
Even those super soft micro-fiber wipes must be cleaned constantly or you run the risk of dust particles or hair getting attached to the cloth and permanently scratching the lens or its coating
For a while, I collected the micro-fiber clothes; but washing them by hand takes time and discipline (two things humans tend to be short of).
But these wipes are professional-grade, and come recommended by my optometrist. They are inexpensive and perfect, one-use wipes.
I hope this helps!
[Since this review is about part 1 "Cloth" you can stop here. What follows is a a bit of what I've learned about part 2: "Moisture".
Your breath is insufficient
Your saliva will leave residue
pure water will streak
professional solutions are over priced.
The best advice I got was to mix 4 parts distilled water with 1 part rubbing alchohol (you can buy travel-size spray bottles at most drug stores).
KimWipes feel rougher-but are actually safe for optical lenses. They were recommended by my microscope manufacturer for wiping the oil off an oil immersion 2000x objective lens.
Just remember, these wipes are clean--but if you touch them with bare hands (or dirty gloves) they're dirty. Put on clean gloves before taking one out and wiping optics with it...of course if you're smart enough to be buying KimWipes you're probably well educated on the cleaning procedures for your particular equipment ;)
They do not leave any lint or debris behind, are very gentle and do not scratch and absorb liquids, even oils and chemicals well.
They are also very versatile, in a pinch I have used them for everything from wiping my counter to catching a sneeze!
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU RINSE WITH WATER BEFORE USING THESE, you don't want to just grind the dirt into your lenses.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These changed our life. Our 4 year old wears glasses and we were using various lint-free cloths that get lost, dirty, and sometimes leave streaks. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Crimsoncascade
Thin, takes 2 to clean glasses. Gave up and went back to major glasses store product.Published 6 days ago by R. Root
Used for a middle school science project. These were perfect size and quality.Published 7 days ago by Michael Mosley
Perfect for leaving by the sink to dry my eyeglasses when I wash them. No lint tissues that seem thin and flimsy, but hold up well for this purpose. Read morePublished 7 days ago by D. Retherford
These are great for cleaning your glasses. We used them at the Eye Doctors I use to work at and was glad to find them online.Published 9 days ago by Patsy Waggoner
Just awesome wipes. Haven't scratched my glasses one bit. I am on my second box and love them. No smears or dust left behind.Published 10 days ago by Edward Galvan
They are a little "rougher" in feel than I would have imagined, but they work great.Published 10 days ago by Jeffery W Turner
Love these for photography but I really wish I could get a travel sized pouch that dispenses one at a timePublished 11 days ago by ONElapse