The fibers break down quickly when flushed, yet are still strong in use
Wipes are pre-moistened with rinse-free formula that cleans, moisturizes and soothes the skin
Formula is pH balanced, hypoallergenic and does not contain alcohol
Available with a light, gender-neutral scent or fragrance free
Also available is ReadyFlush PROTECT that contains 3.2% dimethicone skin protectantple content
Absorbent Material: Hydraspun Dispersible
Alcohol Free: Yes
Area of Application: All Over Body-Perineal
Container Type: Pop Up Tub-Interfold
Contains Dimethicone: No
Length Inches: 12.00000 IN
Width Inches: 8.0000 IN
ADULT WIPES / DISPOSABLE WIPES
When purchasing washcloths and disposable wipes for adults, there are many different options to consider. You can choose between wet, dry or flushable adult wipes. Other types available include incontinence or perineal wipes, baby wipes, large wipes for adults, and adult wipes with aloe or other soothing additives.
Dry Wipes vs. Wet Wipes for Adults
Wet wipes for adults or children allow for convenient cleansing, and this is especially true with wipes that are disposable. Another benefit of wet wipes is the large selection available, including scented and unscented wipes as well as flushable wipes for adults.
Disposable washcloths, also known as dry wipes, are preferred for their lack of chemicals. Although they are less convenient than pre-moistened wipes, they are fairly simple to use. Disposable dry washcloths can easily provide user comfort by wetting with warm water.
Usually, standard dry wipes cost less than regular wet wipes. The lower price is due to the lack of solution in the dry wipes. Another benefit of dry wipes is its versatility for use as a “wet wipe” if needed. Rather than having all of the different solutions and ingredients that come with wet wipes, a dry wipe can simply be wetted with water, and then used. This process avoids harsh ingredients that may irritate the skin, so that the user can remain comfortable.
Dry wipes are also a viable solution when it comes to absorption needs. Since they contain no additive ingredients, they often offer higher absorbency than a wet wipe will. The downside to using these wipes, however, is that for some, they may not clean as well, or they may be too soft. Many dry wipes have adequate absorbency to serve in clean-up scenarios as well.