4 Cleaning Wipes that Will Make Cleaning a Whole Lot Easier

Cleaning wipes are the most convenient, easy, and effective way to clean your home. There’s no spray, powder, or cloth with cleaning wipes. It’s just the package and the wipes.

There are several types of cleaning wipes available to use around your home. From disinfectant wipes to stainless steel wipes. Just about any household tasks that involves a surface cleaner can be done with a cleaning wipe. Learn to save time, money, and elbow grease by using the following four wipes around your home.

Disinfectant Wipes

Disinfecting wipes are the most common type of cleaning wipes. Clorox and Lysol wipes are a household name. These wipes work well to clean surfaces exposed to germs, such as the kitchen counter or bathroom toilet.

Disinfectant wipes have become so popular among households that wipes with abrasives or scrubbing features have graced the marketplace. Now these wipes give you the opportunity to scrub dried on dirt and kill germs all at the same time. Need I say more? 

Stainless Steel Wipes

Do you have a hard time cleaning your stainless steel kitchen appliances? Don’t worry, stainless steel can be a hard upkeep. Stainless steel wipes tend to work better than regular stainless steel cleaner, they’re inexpensive, and they don’t leave streaks!

Dusting Wipes

Ah, dusting wipes. The perfect way to dust and polish all at the same time. These wipes remove dust. polish, and shine your wood with a simple wipe. Not to mention the fact that the pledge dusting wipes have an amazing lemony scent which is just an added bonus.

Glass Wipes

What’s the easiest way to clean smudges, fingerprints, and splatters off that glass coffee table? Bust out the Windex wipes! Personally, I think these should have eliminated spray Windex the moment they were put on the shelves.

Windex wipes make it easy to give glass surfaces a thorough cleaning without having to spray Windex or another glass cleaner. No need to use extra paper towels, just grab a wipe from out of the pack and start using it. Most Windex wipes have plenty of liquid so that you can get a good use out of each one.

DIY Wipes

You can also make your own cleaning wipes. They cost around nothing to make and do a great job of killing bacteria.

What you’ll need:

  • A roll of paper towel
  • 1/4 cup of water
  • An old wipe container or coffee canister
  • 1 teaspoon of dish soap
  • 5 Drops of tea tree oil
For full instructions on how to make your own cleaning wipes click here.

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