Stay clean and healthy with city wipes and masks

Stay Clean & Healthy / City Wipes & Masks

While cold, flu, and virus season are surging again this winter it’s so important that we protect ourselves and others. Experts are recommending using higher effective masks like KN95’s and N95’s to help reduce the spread of germs with new contagious variants.

We have all you need to keep everyone safe this season which includes face masks and disinfecting wipes.


Experts are warning against using reusable cloth masks as small particles can still break through and are advising on using tight fitting KN95’s (and N95’s  and KF95’s) in non high transmission able locations. Kn95’s can be reused as long as they don’t have any fluids on them or damage. The best way to clean them is to leave a used mask in a paper bag for 3-4 days to give viruses time to die off. (For more information regarding masks and appropriate protocols click here for the CDC website)

City Wipes

Our wipe buckets have 400 wipes to keep your surfaces clean for longer. The formula is strong on surfaces and fragrance free. They are also quick drying and ready to serve you with a multifold design. It’s still so important to slow the spread of viruses by wiping down commonly touched surfaces often. Especially when people are in close proximity to each other like in office and school settings. Our wipes are still awaiting EPA approval, but, wipes contain ethyl alcohol and quaternary ammonium compounds, which are the same active ingredients currently listed on EPA List N for the use against SARS-CoV-2 (Covid-19). We recommend checking the EPA list for similar products’ chemical make up for comparison.

We’ve Got Them

We have masks and wipes at a discount because we want to do what we can to slow the spread of this virus. Our 400 count wipes are on sale for $22 a bucket. And KN95 masks are only $0.95 a piece.

Contact us if you’re interested in any of these products at a great price at 419-422-7924 or Let’s all do our part in slowing down this virus and get stocked up on supplies.

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