Wet Wipes



Empower your cleaning and sanitizing efforts with the unparalleled versatility and performance of Athea®'s extensive range of wipes. With over 20 high-performance options to choose from, including Facility Wipes for fitness equipment, Hand Sanitizing Wipes for hands, and Multi-Purpose Towels for any surface, you'll be equipped to tackle any cleaning challenge. Whether you're in a retail environment, a commercial gym, or just need to clean on the go, our single and flat pack options are the perfect solution for the retail market. Elevate your cleaning game with Athea®'s range of premium wipes and experience the ultimate in convenience, effectiveness, and versatility.

FAQ's on Industrial Hand Care Product For Cleaning, Conditioned, and Sanitized Hands:

A: Cleaning wipes are used for removing dirt, grime, and other types of messes from surfaces. They are convenient and easy to use, making them a popular choice for cleaning various surfaces, including countertops, floors, and appliances.

A: Cleaning wipes are designed to clean surfaces by removing dirt and grime, while disinfectant wipes are intended to kill germs and bacteria on surfaces. Disinfectant wipes contain antimicrobial agents that kill bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens, making them a must-have for maintaining a hygienic environment.

A: Polishing wipes are designed to clean and protect surfaces while leaving behind a shiny, polished finish. To use polishing wipes, simply wipe the surface with the wipe, allowing the solution to clean and polish the surface. Then, use a clean cloth to buff the surface to a shine.

A: Cleaning wipes are safe for use on most surfaces, but it's important to check the label for any specific instructions or warnings. Some cleaning wipes may contain chemicals that could damage certain surfaces, so it's best to test them on a small, inconspicuous area first.

A: It depends on the type of disinfectant wipe. Some disinfectant wipes are safe for use on food contact surfaces, while others are not. Always check the label or manufacturer's instructions to determine whether the wipe is safe for use on food contact surfaces.

A: Cleaning and disinfectant wipes should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat. They should also be kept in their original packaging to prevent them from drying out.

A: Some cleaning and disinfectant wipes are more environmentally friendly than others. Look for wipes that are biodegradable or made from recycled materials to minimize their impact on the environment.

A: Disinfectant wipes can be effective against COVID-19 and other viruses, but it's important to use them correctly. Always follow the manufacturer's instructions, and make sure to allow the disinfectant solution to remain on the surface for the recommended amount of time to kill viruses.

A: Disinfectant wipes can be used on hands, but they are not as effective as hand sanitizer or soap and water. Disinfectant wipes can help to remove dirt and bacteria from hands, but they do not kill viruses as effectively as hand sanitizer or soap and water.

A: Used cleaning and disinfectant wipes should be disposed of in the trash, not in the toilet. Flushing wipes can clog pipes and cause damage to plumbing systems. Always check the label for specific disposal instructions, as some wipes may need to be disposed of differently due to their content.


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