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Handy Dandy Cleaning ProductSep 09, 2008
By Nicole Martinez
"Reviews by Cole"
Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 4in1 - Citrus Scent are simplay amazing. I like wipes because I don't have to touch anything dirty and I can just throw them away. I've always hated using washcloths to do surface cleaning because I felt like the cloths became dirty and then I didn't want to touch them anymore.
I've used a variety of wipes including Clorox and generic brands as well but really prefer the Lysol Disinfecting Wipes; they're tough and thick without being a hassle (the new, thicker Clorox wipes are sort of quilted in a way that makes it easy to catch on sharp corners, fingernails et cetera).
Besides wiping up visible messes, the Lysol Disinfecting Wipes disinfect and kill the germs and bacteria the eye can't see so they're perfect for use in the kitchen (counter tops, refrigerator, freezer) and bathroom (counters, toilet, handles) where germs like to live.
I'd say the "4 in 1" claim is a bit exaggerated because the "4" things are that they kill germs, clean messes, are strong wipes and can be used in the kitchen and bathroom.
Silly advertising aside, these wipes are definitely handy to have around!
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
Lysol disinfectant wipes vs. Greenworks compostable cleaning wipesSep 14, 2010
We've grown accustomed to using disinfecting wipes for quite some time now. Sometimes, you just need something really quick to grab that's already wet. Unexpected visitors to arrive in 10 minutes? These things are quick and convenient, while leaving your kitchen with a clean scent. Lysol and Greenworks are two brands that we've tried and had a lot of experience with. I will let you know which one I prefer, and why.
Lysol Disinfecting Wipes
Lysol has been making their disinfecting wipes for quite some time now. Their claim of killing 99.9% of viruses and bacteria is what first drew us to using wipes such as these. I've used them in my bathroom and in my kitchen. They're great for cleaning lids of garbage cans, too. The Lysol wipes are strong, chemically-speaking, and work well. You can certainly tell that you are killing germs. At least I think so.
As you can imagine, while killing germs, after a few wipes, your hands start to get very dry. Gloves are probably recomended, but who has time for gloves? If I'm doing a big clean up, I can end up with white tips on my fingers. It'll go away after a good amount of moisturizing though, but it's still not great.
Lysol wipes can be found at all grocery stores, department stores, and hardware stores, among others. They range in price depending on quantity, but can be found as cheap as $2.50 at Walmart.
Greenworks 99% Naturally Derived Compostable Cleaning Wipes.
Although the title of these second wipes is a mouthful, their benefit certainly weighs in heavily. Green Works products are mainly found at Walmart, but I've now also found them at other large chain stores, like Lowe's.
These wipes are quite soft. The sheets are less `juicy' than the Lysol ones, but are sufficiently damp nonetheless. Their smell is less chemical in nature, yet still refreshes the air nicely. As the product promises, you get the convenience of a wipe without the harsh chemical residue. I've not noticed and harshness on my hands after using these. This is still quite surprising to me since they are made with Clorox bleach. My counter tops are just as clean as with the Lysol wipes, and the Greenworks wipes pick up dust better because they aren't as wet.
The Greenworks wipes work very well, and as an added bonus, they're compostible. I don't have to feel as bad about my laziness! Walmart sells the Greenworks wipes for $3.12 at the moment.
The added cost of the Greenworks wipes is minimal compared to their benefits to both my hands, and the environment. For this reason, I won't be going back to the Lysol wipes, and I recommend you try the Greenworks wipes for yourselves. They're so convenient.
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New dispenser lid neededJun 10, 2007
By Teresa Ellis
I have tried all types of bands of wipes that come in these canisters. While the product is a good one the dispenser lid is a chore to get to work. The wipes jam in the top or shred, or you get a quarter size piece of the wipe. The makers really need to look into a new way to dispense the product.
Great product, rediculous price though here on amazonMar 30, 2011
this is a fantastic product but you can find it at your local target or walmart store for $4.00 for the 80-count of wipes...unless it comes with more then one of the containers of wipes and just doesn't mention it in the product description its definitely an outrageous price, which is unusual for amazon they are usually the cheapest on everything.
These are FantasticJan 28, 2009
By JJ Stark
I love cleaning/disinfecting wipes and always have at least 2 or 3 of them at home. I usually buy the least expensive (or the best value). Most often, I buy these or the Clorox Disinfecting Wipes. The Clorox wipes are my fav (mainly for its easy dispenser), but these run a very close second. The size of each cloth are perfect for a single job, while the scent is clean and fresh. Each cloth is thick enough so not to rip. rarely will you need two wipes to finish a job. My only complaint about this product is that when you get down to the bottom, the wipes become entangled and not so easy to dispense. I almost always have to remove the entire top in order to pull them apart. There's also usually A LOT of water left at the bottom of the container once it is empty. I wish the cloths absorbed more of the "product." Otherwise, I can highly recommend these wipes!