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Disposable Washcloths, Bath Wipes & Cleansing Cloths

Disposable bath cloths and wipes offer a convenient solution for personal cleansing when traditional bathing or showering is not possible. No-rinse bath cloths are perfect for incontinence care, caring for bedridden or mobility-challenged patients, or simply for on-the-go freshening up. Often embedded with skin moisturizers as well as gentle cleansers, adult bath wipes are available in dry and wet formulas, in multiple quantities, and sizes. Allegromedical.com offers an array of incontinence wipes and washcloths from industry-leading brands at the lowest prices guaranteed. For peace of mind and further savings, set up routine shipping with our convenient Allegro Autoship program. Read More Read Less

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


Can I bleach and reuse disposable washcloths?

Disposable washcloths are single-use products manufactured to help clean and moisturize your skin. With a per sheet cost of about ten cents, disposable washcloths provide a solution for convenient, sanitary cleaning and lower laundering costs. Also, even if you could launder disposable washcloths, bleaching would strip away the moisturizing and cleansing fluid embedded in the disposable washcloths’ thick nonwoven fabric. For these reasons, disposable washcloths are not bleachable or reusable. You should discard the cloths in the nearest trash container immediately after use. For a non-wasteful alternative, you can use a washable fabric washcloth capable of being laundered and disinfected.

Can disposable bath cloths replace bathing or showering?

Disposable bath cloths work well as a shower or bath substitute, particularly for elderly, bedridden patients, and people with mobility issues. In addition, disposable bath cloths are ideal for an on-site shower for workers, eyewash stations, and emergency shower stations. These large application cloths are thick and sturdy enough to clean your body thoroughly while absorbing sweat or other impurities. Also, disposable bath cloths with embedded cleansing and moisturizing fluid can replace soap and water.

What are incontinence wipes and washcloths made of?

Incontinence washcloths are strong cloth-like wipes with a nonwoven fabric blend that is soft and hypoallergenic. Specifically designed for single-use, the nonwoven fabrics used in products like Comfort Shield Incontinence Washcloths are absorbent, resilient, liquid repellent, tough, flame retardant, well-cushioned, sterile, and resistant to bacteria. These fabrics give incontinence wipes and washcloths the appearance and functionality of woven fabric, and they have very thick padding. In addition, the materials used in these washcloths cost less than other fabric blends.

What are the best wipes for adults?

According to the Best Reviews Guide, some of the best wipes for adults are McKesson Stay Dry Disposable Washcloths and Cottonelle Fresh Flushable Wipes. McKesson uses the alcohol-free and rinse-free formula as a cleansing agent. Its Stay Dry Wipes and Washcloths help rejuvenate your skin with a light fragranced formula with vitamin E and aloe. Plus, this product is safe for all body parts. In the flushable wipes category, Cottonelle Fresh Flushable wipes are about 40% larger than comparable brands, which adds protection for your hands during cleaning. They are also alcohol-free as well as paraben-free, and dye-free. Some other good wipe brands are Coloplast and Sage - Comfort.

Are adult disposable washcloths and wipes flushable?

Disposable washcloths and wipes are not flushable because they don’t dissolve in water enough to prevent clogging your pipes. Flushing disposable wipes down your toilet can cause significant and expensive plumbing problems. The best way to discard these products is to put them in an odor-proof, leakproof trash bag in an area away from your home. Also, disposable wipes and washcloths are not safe for recycling or composting. So, please do not throw them in bins marked as such.

Are disposable washcloths safe for my skin?

Disposable washcloths are safe for your skin. Along with being alcohol-free and soft in texture, they have aloe vera, vitamin E or chamomile to help soothe and moisturize your skin. Also, disposable washcloths don’t leave a soapy residue like the conventional combination of a washcloth, soap, and water. If you have sensitive skin, you can choose unscented washcloths.

Do you need to access water to use disposable bath cloths?

One of the key advantages of disposable bath cloths for bathing is that they clean your body without water. Plus, no rinsing is necessary. So, this is an excellent benefit for bedridden patients, athletes during a competition, campers, and any other consumer without immediate assess to water. As a result, these are often standard supplies worksite cleaning stations, first aid stations, and hiking waystations.

For patient care, studies have shown that disposable adult bath wipes are more sanitary than water basins for bedside bathing, reducing the risk of a patient encountering contaminated water. However, disposable bath cloths are not a replacement for showers with soap and water. They are primarily a substitute for cleaning your body. No cleaning method is better than washing yourself with water regularly.


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