We think you’ll love these Disinfecting Wipes.
Here are a few reasons why.
The price >> The same as other leading brands for a fraction of the price!
Kill 99.9% of germs >> Wipe away and kill germs such as Salmonella and E.coli.
Thick and strong texture >> Strong enough to get all the messy cleaning jobs done.
Remove grease >> Perfect for the stove and rangehood.
Wipe away dirt and grime >> Your home will be clean and sparkling in no time.
Light and fresh Lemon Lime Fragrance >> For that just cleaned smell!
Suitable for most hard surfaces in the home >>
- Kitchen surfaces including food preparation areas, appliances, walls, bins, sinks and floors.
- General bathroom use to disinfect and clean toilet seats, sinks, walls and floors.
- Surfaces frequently touched by young children such as door knobs, change mats and high chairs.
- Office desks, keyboards and phones.
What are the ingredients? For a full list of ingredients click on the ingredients tab.
How do I get them out of the canister / How to open? Open the lid and pull cap up firmly to remove the entire cap from the canister. Locate the wipe at the centre of the roll and insert corner through the opening in the cap. NO NOT PUSH FINGERS THROUGH THE OPENING. Replace the cap on the canister and snap lid securely shut. Make sure the lid is properly closed after use to prevent drying out.
Are they flushable? These disinfecting wipes are not flushable. Please dispose of them with the general rubbish.
What is the fabric made from? A very thick and strong polyester which makes even the toughest cleaning jobs a breeze.
What is the use by date? Two and a half years from date of purchase as long as you keep them sealed and in a cupboard away from light and heat.
Where are they made? Red Nose Baby Wipes are made by Aussie Wipes in a state of the art facility in Bayswater Victoria in Australia so you can feel great knowing they are pure and very high quality.
Where can I buy them? These wipes are only available online from our online store.
Do I have to rinse after wiping? No simply leave the surface to dry, no need to rinse.
Are there any surfaces that aren’t safe to use these on? Avoid lacquered surfaces; most hard surfaces should be fine. If you are unsure, test an inconspicuous area first.