The Science Stuff 

There’s a lot of interesting work undertaken before you can buy a pack of wipes. Nonwoven material has to be manufactured, optimal lotion for the wipe has to be selected, and then the wipes have to be packaged before being distributed to shops and stores. Find out more about these processes in our articles below.

 

We Love Wipes World of Nonwovens

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Wipes can be used to clean and dust pretty much anywhere in your household. Glass, wood, upholstery, worktops, white goods, plants, blinds – you name it – there is a wipe for that!

Nonwoven materials are used widely in disposable products, and also in durable products. You may not be aware of this, but you’re probably every day in touch with an item or a product which has nonwoven material in it. Are you a tea lover? Well for example the bag that holds the tea is made of nonwoven material – similar to the material used in wet wipes! We bet you didn’t know that. Check out the cool presentation that shows you what is made up of nonwoven materials and let us know what YOU didn’t know.

Are you a tea lover? Well for example the bag that holds the tea is made of nonwoven material – similar to the material used in wet wipes! We bet you didn’t know that. Check out the cool presentation that shows you what is made up of nonwoven materials and let us know what YOU didn’t know.

 

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