Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes Recommended as Ideal Hygiene Solution during Floods and Hurricanes

Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes Proven Solution during Natural Calamities

Woodbridge, United States - April 30, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Aside from food and shelter, survivalists and evacuees must concern themselves with staying clean and fresh after the onslaught of a natural disaster. Water and electricity are often disrupted in a storm, leaving people without a means to cook food, stay warm, or bathe.

Placing hygiene in the backseat can affect the physical and mental well-being of an individual. Apart from general feelings of discomfort, dirty bodies serve as a breeding ground for potential bacterial and viral infections. Thus, it is essential to pack hygiene products in one’s survival kit or stash.

Surviveware, the maker of innovative adventure and survival products, released a product for outdoorsmen: the Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes. Initially designed for hikers and backpackers, these wipes have made their way into go-bags, survival packs, and bug-out bags in vehicles and offices.

These multi-functional wipes are made of a hypoallergenic and fragrance-free formulation that keeps the skin hydrated and supple while removing dirt and grime. The natural aloe and vitamin E helps maintain the skin’s natural moisture.

Apart from having skin-friendly ingredients, Surviveware fabricates the wipes of soft, sturdy cloth material. This material holds the formula without tearing or ripping during use. The sheets are also biodegradable. Unlike most wet wipes available on the market, these wipes begin to disintegrate within 28 days after use. Thus, users don’t have to worry about being a contributor to the growing piles of trash in landfills.

Due to these features, people are relying more and more on these wipes for their calamity needs. Amazon customer, Charles, shared how these wipes are a mainstay of his weekend travels and emergency prep, “These are larger than the ever-present baby wipes so many of us take. They provide the ability to give myself a pretty thorough "dry bath" when camping where water is limited or unavailable. I have two packs set aside in the house because I have been through floods and hurricanes when the power went off for some days, the water supply was disrupted, and I was basically camping in at home.

After purchase you will probably get an email from the seller, they mention that for long term storage you should turn the packages once per month to prevent all the moisture from settling to the bottom of the package - very thoughtful and useful advice.

I recommend you put these, in their bag, inside an appropriate zip lock type bag if you are going to travel with them, a little extra protection never hurts.”

Don’t let calamities alter your way of life. Purchase Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes on Amazon, and you’ll never have to worry about staying clean through floods, hurricanes, and storms.

Get your Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes today by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188

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