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Lysol Wipes and baby wipes?
Old 07-31-2021, 02:24 PM
 
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Why do schools have both of these on their supply lists? The Lysol wipes are pretty obvious, but what are the baby wipes for? Hands?


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Old 07-31-2021, 02:28 PM
 
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Lysol for surfaces like desks and chairs.
Baby wipes for skin, like kids hands after an art or science project.
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No sinks
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I bet they are for the kidsí hands. I donít have a sink in my room, and I sure donít want them cleaning their hands with Lysol wipes, and gel doesnít get hands clean.

I wish I had thought to ask for kid wipes instead of regular ones!
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I use at least two cases of baby wipes a year in my middle school room. Cleaning hands. Cleaning my whiteboard. Dusting. Basically anything that needs more than a dry paper towel, but not a disinfecting cleanser.
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Same as Ima
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There are lots of things that I don't want to use a Lysol wipe on. Plus price wise, usuallly the cost per wipe of a baby wipe is cheaper than a Lysol wipe.


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I have used baby wipes for cleaning hands after art projects.
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I love baby wipes
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Iíd use them for many reasons already mentioned. They were a quick & easy way to clean hands, desks, etc. I used them frequently.
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