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How to Stay Healthy with WetOnes When Kids are Back To School

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It’s back to school! For my family, this means colds, flus, and all kinds of germs are starting to spread around. My kids have not started school yet, Andrea is just turning two and Andrew will be starting preschool later this year. However, we still take sanitizing measures because those back to school kiddos spread germs everywhere, including into our house!

Every time I’m short on time and skip wiping down the grocery carts at our grocery store, my kids ALWAYS end up catching a cold or something else.

Andrea is prone to ear infections, and every time my kids get sick it is inevitable that I will get sick too. To prepare ourselves for the fall and winter months, we keep Wet Ones wipes in our diaper bag for when we are on the go. I love Wet Ones wipes because of how portable they are and how easy they are to use in any situation.

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Boys will be boys, when Andrew plays outside he brings everything inside with him. The Wet Ones wipes are great for cleaning up playground messes. Andrew loves them because they aren’t runny gels, they are so easy to use when there is no water around and it’s bonus that they are 99.9% effective in killing germs.

It’s great that Wet Ones wipes have so many uses and can not only be used now, they can be a great defense against spreading germs when Andrew gets into preschool this year. I will be packing a wipe or two into his lunch box to clean up after lunch and maybe an extra one for those days when play time gets a little messy outside.

Available in two fragrances, Fresh and a new and improved Citrus Scent, Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes come in three convenient forms:

• 40 count canister, which is designed to fit into a standard car cup holder
• 15 count travel pack
• 24 count box of individually wrapped single wipes


 

“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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Amanda

Hi! I'm Amanda, a Kansas City Lifestyle Blogger, mom of two little people, social media addict, travel junkie with a slight obsession to baking and fitness.

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  • I have taught my boys that after they go to the bathroom and wash their hands in a public restroom that they grab the handle with the paper towel still in their hand, keep the door open with their foot and throw the towel in the nearby garbage can, on the floor or carry back to the table. I see way too many people not wach their hands after going to the bathroom.
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