Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes Receive Recommendation From Jeep Owner

Biodegradable Wet Wipes Receive Approval of Jeep Owner

Woodbridge, United States - November 23, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

A Jeep is more than just a car, for many, it defines their way of life. Jeeps are especially excellent during autumn - going on off-roading trips or leisurely leaf-peeping drives with friends or family. Moreover, with the crisp, cold air, going on last-minute camping trips is less of a fuss than in the humid summer.

Nonetheless, these activities can leave Jeep owners and their companions dirty and sweaty. Apart from sweating and getting dust and mud on one’s shoes and skin, jeep owners can get grease on their hands while doing some off-the-road troubleshooting. Long dusty drives can also leave the vehicle filled with soil and sand particles that may irritate once inhaled. With these party-spoilers waiting to happen, having a reliable pack of wet wipes on board helps in freshening up and keeping one’s ride clean.

Surviveware, a growing favorite adventure and hygiene products retailer recently launched a product perfect for Jeep owners and ATV riders. The newest addition to the company’s product line is their Biodegradable Wet Wipes, perfect for quick clean-ups and vehicle wipe downs. Surviveware’s wet wipes are convenient and versatile, with endless uses.

Made from soft cloth fiber, these heavy-duty no-shower body wipes are hypoallergenic and alcohol-free which help prevent the skin from drying out. Each wipe also contains vitamin E and natural aloe, which keeps the skin supple and moisturized. These biodegradable wipes are formulated to be gentle on skin, but tough on dirt and grime. They are safe to be used by children, elderly, and those with sensitive skin.

While designed to be used as a body cleanser, Surviveware’s wet wipes also work well for wiping vehicle dashboards, seats, and rims. They can take on caked-on mud, grease, and grime. Since these wipes are made from durable cloth material, they won’t scratch delicate surfaces and leave fragments on sensitive vehicle parts.

Jeep and ATV owners are now relying on Surviveware’s wet wipes for their hygiene and cleaning needs. A satisfied Surviveware customer shared his experience after using these no-shower wipes. In his review, he stated that these wet wipes are “ awesome! I am very impressed. They do a great job. I'm going to recommend these to my Jeep Club, GARDEN STATE JEEPS to keep in Jeep when running trails, camping and any time you need to get cleaned up.”

Don’t be left behind. Find out why many adventure seekers and vehicle owners are now chucking out their regular wet wipes and purchasing Surviveware’s biodegradable wet wipes. Try these wipes today and discover why these wipes are a favorite among Jeep owners.

Get your pack of Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes today by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188

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