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When traveling with little ones, lots of smaller packs of wipes are better because of you can have them in multiple places, in bags and backpacks, and they won't dry out the lot as fast as one big bucket.
high chairs and table surfaces at restaurants (stomach flu prevention) airline seat, buckle, tray (flu and cold prevention) post-diaper change to surfaces and gear (oral fecal bacteria contamination prevention) knobs, rails, handles (MRSA, HFMD, flu and cold prevention) public toilet seats if there are no seat covers (or even if there are)
Canadians are being urged to be more bacteria-conscious. Our FDA is poo-pooing (possibly a poor choice of term) anti-bacterial hand sanitizers. Tell it to the nurses, who approve this product -- and I appove of listening to them.
I've used these for years, keep a pack in the car and in the garage to use when water/soap aren't close by. I prefer these to the ubiquitous liquid hand sanitizers, which though probably kill germs, don't clean your hands. These do.
Literally, I can't leave without it! For me, this one such a "life saver":on the go, in the restaurants, basically, everywhere you go - you MUST have'em. Unfortunately, Costco, stopped selling them or I will be continue to buy it where.
I looked all over and couldn't find these, so I was glad to be able to get them from Amazon. Their very good for cleaning little kids' hands without leaving some kind of flowery smell behind that they don't like (and would ruin the taste of their snacks).
These came in very handy when I had to make a tire change. I'd thrown one pack into the glove compartment and forgotten about it. Didn't have soap and water available, yet these saved the day. Just wish the peel and seal opening was more robust. I just placed the rest in a plastic bag to keep em from drying out.