GoJo Purell Military Wipes 10/Pack
Designed to meet the needs of today’s military.
The towels are fragrance free.
10 Wipes Per Re-Sealable Pack
NSN # 6508-01-554-3277
PURELL® kills 99.99% of most common germs that may make you ill, in as little as 15 seconds. Use it wherever your mission takes you.Perfect for wiping down shared gear, public surfaces and equipment I.e. Steering wheels, seats, keyboards, weapons, radios etc. Great for Kids to keep their School equipment and surfaces safe. Hasty decontamination, bathing and water free hand washing. No mess keep a pack on hand with all your family members at all times.Battling bacteria is no job for a baby wipe. Until now, that’s what military forces had to use in environments with no fresh water or sanitary facilities. That’s all changed with the newest defense against germs – the PURELL Cleansing and Sanitizing Towel. Built tough enough for Military use in a re-sealable zipper pouch, the large, durable, antibacterial towels use one of the toughest names in germ fighting: PURELL, which kills 99.99% of the most common germs that may make you sick.Designed to look and feel like standard military equipment, the PURELL towels cleanse, sanitize and refresh hands, even in the harshest, most remote environments. Built tough for superior performance, the large-sized, 10 x 10.25-inch towels are designed to trap and remove dirt, while battling germs. The re-sealable, matte-finish, lightweight pouches keep 10 towels moist and ready to use, and fit into uniform pockets and pouches with ease.The product was tested by military personnel during field training missions. The outcome? The PURELL Cleansing and Sanitizing Towel was preferred 5 to 1 over the current wipe products being used.Participants enthusiastically supported the product and agreed that both the towels and the packaging meet the unique needs of military environments.
Additionally, the PURELL Cleansing and Sanitizing Towels consistently performed better than current wipe products being used in the field. Another military plus that’s a must?