Reach your healthy goal; no one wants to be exposed to someone else’s germs. Many businesses only have maintenance to thoroughly clean at night or 1 - 2 times during the day. What about the periods when someone is sharing your space…office, desk, phone, fitness equipment, break-room table, etc.?
The best defense in healthy living is to use *The Cleaning Station wet wipes frequently; ensuring the best protection against illness when wiping before and after use. Wipe away what others leave behind and things that linger on keyboards, telephones, gym equipment, food court tables, and countless other public areas.
The Cleaning Station System was designed to wipe a surface and clean hands. Wet wipes are not for use on your face, arms, or other body parts, as they are intended for surfaces only. Follow best practices and be sure to hand sanitize after wiping down surfaces. That is why The Cleaning Station is the ultimate choice against other standalone wet wipe dispensers on the market today.
Stock your Cleaning Station with freshly scented Pre-moistened Wipes. Accessorize with The Cleaning Station acrylic sign holder to let users know that one wipe is enough.
- Color: White
- 800 wipes per roll
- 4 rolls per case
- 3200 wipes per case
- 8.4” x 6” wipe size
- Free of bleach, alcohol and phenol
- Non-abrasive and lint free
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*The Cleaning Station works with many other dry or wet towels; however we cannot guarantee pull reliability, bunching, or possible damage to The Cleaning Station. Please refer to The Cleaning Station Warranty. You may contact us @ firstname.lastname@example.org or 203-466-3365.
Let us show you how convenient and easy it is to use your wet wipes…simply thread the touch-less wet wipe through the custom designed half-moon nozzle, pull out the top and you are ready to clean away invisible microbes on surfaces. Toss the dirty wiper and sanitize your hands, (see How-To install your wet wipes).
The origin of the wet wipes started as baby wipes in mid-1950. People needed a way to clean up while traveling on the go. The first company to manufacture these was called Nice-Pak.