Back to School with Wet Ones

Back to School with Wet Ones
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My two little girls have only been in Elementary School for a few weeks and they’re already having sniffles, coughs and sneezing.  We’ve gotten three different emails about sicknesses in the school with a reminder for parents to *please* keep their kids home until they’ve been symptom-free for 24 hours.  Those three reminders were needed because the parents are not keeping their sick kids at home.
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I can’t keep my kids at home away from germs, but I can send them to school with Wet Ones.  We keep Wet Ones in both girls’ lunch boxes and backpacks so they have easy access to them whenever they need them.  
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Back to School with Wet Ones in lunchbox
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Think about all of the things the kids are touching and sharing with other kids throughout the school day. At my daughters’ school, the girls change classes so they share chairs and desks, they share computers for technology class and even share art supplies like scissors and markers.  Think of the germs that are being passed from child to child all day long, not even counting the germs on door handles and in the bathroom!
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Back to School with Wet Ones in Backpacks
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I love Wet Ones because they kill 99% of germs, but the Aloe formula doesn’t dry out or irritate my kids’ hands like sanitizers can. They’re also hypoallergenic and come in Fresh Scent and Citrus Scent, so Wet Ones make my girls’ hands smell nice instead of harsh alcohol. The girls love to pull out a wipe and clean their hands before lunch, after lunch and throughout the day when they’ve been sharing items with other kids. 
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Back to School with Wet Ones
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Wet Ones come in three convenient sizes for travel – the 40 count canister, 15 count travel pack (like in my photos) and the 24 count individually wrapped singles. We keep a canister in the pantry, the bathrooms and in my car and love the smaller travel sizes for purses, backpacks and lunchboxes.
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Back to School with Wet Ones Travel Sizes
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Visit Wet Ones online for more information about these products.

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I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Wet Ones. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.

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Comments

  1. What a great idea to add them to their lunch boxes. Ill have to grab some for the kids. They both have bottles for their desks this would make their lives so much easier. thank you for sharing

  2. Our school asks that parents provide wipes for kids, too.  I don’t mind so much…but I wonder why parents have to subssidize so much.

  3. Sarah Madrigal says:

    Providing wipes is a great idea for my children because the schools hardly ever have enough money to provide paper for the children. The bathrooms already do not have any soap to wash their hands. So sad!!

  4. These are especially useful for our boys serving in Afghanistan. My son is currently over there and this has been a “special request” from him for me to send to him.

  5. Richard Hicks says:

    we use these a lot and keep them in all the cars too in case of emergencies

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