- Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 4.6 x 3.2 inches ; 5.6 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B0013HT2QW
- Item model number: 34155-1Pack
- Average Customer Review: 979 customer reviews
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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
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|Global Trade Identification Number||00036000341553|
|Item Weight||6.0 ounces|
|Material||Lint Free Wipe|
|National Stock Number||7920-01-108-7915|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||1 Box of 280|
|UPC||840371112922 , 036000341553 , 888063005961 , 641438048556 , 689483050834 , 885805108096 , 640206577304 , 885659506253|
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|Brand Name||Kimberly-Clark Professional|
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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.
Over 60 years ago, we created Kimwipes Wipers, the first and still the Number 1 lab wiper. From sterile pre-saturated cleanroom wipers to the wiper that's the industry standard for labs and research, Kimtech Brand continues to provide the high-performance wiper solutions you need for wiping surfaces, parts, instruments and cleaning lenses. This wiper is made of 100% virgin wood fiber to help prevent contamination. The dispenser box has a pop-up hole that helps to dispense wipes one-at-at-time and prevent electrostatic shock. Industrial wipes are non-woven disposable towels consisting of wood pulp, synthetic fibers, or a blend, and reinforced with a binder. They are used to wipe small quantities of solvents or other liquid from hands, tools, equipment, or other surfaces.
Size: 1 Box of 280
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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).
These were good enough to clean fingerprints and smudges from delicate optical equipment in the lab, including quartz cuvettes for various spectrometers, so I know that they won't scratch up my (polycarbonate) glasses, when I need to wipe them off. (Damage on glasses from, say, Kleenex, is not always evident right away, but scratches accumulate over time. With Kimwipes, you just don't start forming scratches.)
These absorb a little liquid. They are pretty thin and I wouldn't suggest using them in place of Kleenex when you have a cold or something, as they are not really designed to have a lot of absorbance.
I bought them for craft purposes. There are some times when I have to sand and clean a metal blank or a wire, before adding a color (e.g., enamel, alcohol ink, etc.) or soldering them or something. Of course I work with gloves on, but to just do a last step wipe-down after other cleaning procedures, I use these! They are lint-free so I am not adding junk to the surface of the metal that I have just cleaned, and they don't scratch anything I don't want to be scratched.
I make my own solution with alcohol and a drop of a popular brand of baby shampoo. I typically fold the wipe in half, spray it on the wipe, then wipe both lenses. Normally have to do two, with less solution on the second one, however, this is normal. I have yet to find a wipe or anything I can clean my glasses with using only one.
If they're very dirty I'll spray the solution directly on the lenses first.
It's much more cost-effective than pre-packaged wipes, yet it's more convenient and gets my glasses cleaner than a microfiber cloth.
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!