Wet Ones: Review and Giveaway

hypothesis Wet Ones Antibacterial Wipes are a great addition to any school supply list in order to combat those germs that are swapped between kids in the classroom.

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One container of Wet Ones Antibacterial Wipes, my two daughters and lunch at our local mall.  About Wet Ones Antibacterial Wipes:

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“Count on Wet Ones® wipes for a quick and easy way to clean up on hands & faces– anytime, anywhere.  Available convenient sizes for home, office, or on-the-go. Keep them everywhere, so you can keep a minor mess from becoming a major disaster! These new, thicker, antibacterial hands & face wipes are made with Dura-Strong™ fabric that won’t break on you, even when cleaning the toughest messes. And the new formula will clean even the stickiest hands without leaving behind a soapy or sticky residue. Wet Ones Antibacterial Hands & Face Wipes are hypoallergenic and perfect for quick clean-ups when soap and water are not available or practical. Use anytime, anywhere.”

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Going to the mall to window shop is a fun weekend activity for my family.  Sometimes, as a special treat, we will eat lunch at the mall….kids choice.  Lily always begs to eat at the mall rather than taking it home which can be fun, but as a Mom, I just see filthy, germy food court tables waiting to make my babies sick.  In the past, I have kept small bottle of liquid hand sanitizer in my purse, but I am hesitant to us that product on my youngest daughter.  Fortunately, Wet Ones now has Antibacterial Wipes which kill 99.99% of germs!  The wipes are also hypoallergenic and enriched with skin conditioning aloe.  The 40 count canister fits easily in my car cup holder so I always have the wipes with me (or perfect for the classroom) and individually wrapped singles are perfect for throwing in your purse for shopping trips.

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Wet Ones has a great line of products Antibacterial Wipes, Sensitive Skin Wipes, Personal Hygiene Wipes and Big Ones (for bigger messes).  The Antibacterial Wipes in the Fresh Scent worked great for my family during our shopping trip to the mall.  I also feel like these wipes should be a staple for the classroom to cut down on the transfer of germs.  Wet Ones also has some great tips to keep your family healthy and a printable coupon for $1.00 off your next Wet Ones purchase!

Would you like to try out the Wet Ones Antibacterial 40 count canister?  One Not-So-Blog reader will receive TWO 40 count canisters for their home or school!

How to enter:

1. Visit Wet Ones and tell me one tip to keep your family healthy!

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Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on September 8th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.

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