If you are anything like me, cleaning is NOT a strong suit. Not at all. I had known about these wipes for a while, and yeah, they’re nice to have in the car when a sink is out of the question, but when you have a sink and some paper towels right there whats really the point? I now kick myself for thinking these silly thoughts.
Why Do I Want Them?
Painting is the reason. Sometimes, you might get some paint on the kitchen counter, or maybe in the white sink that water just won’t fix.. (both of these problems that I have encountered) but these wipes are purely magical when it comes to the question, what removes paint? These wipes are my easy-yay-I-finally-found-something-paint-remover. Here are a few simple example pictures of the magical ways of Clorox Cleaning Wipes.
Is There Actually Anything Bad About These?
The only thing that I can think of is that they don’t work on paper or cloth, which is a bummer, the reason being that it will get paper soggy and ruin it due to the wateriness of the wipe, but if not for the wateriness they would never work. They do leave a scent, I know they come in citrus, this being a good or bad thing is up to your nose, I personally think it smells good.
Things You Should Know
These wonderful wipes do work on wet AND dry paint! The example photos above are used on dry. The results are just as good on wet paint as well. The wipes do come in a small soft packs great for the car, and on the go painting. They also come in the large canister shown in the picture at the very top of this post. The canister is sold for about $4.50 (plus tax) which isn’t much to me, considering they are such a lifesaver.
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Yours Truly, The Blue Eyed Crafter