Keep Kids Germ-Free & Healthy This School Year With Wet Ones

Just recently we made that yearly trip to buy school supplies. The schools around here always send out a list of items to buy before school starts, including pencils, crayons, scissors, papers, etc. Of course, we end up leaving the store with all of those things and much, much more. There are always some new items each year that the kids just have to get, but there are also some things that I make them get, too, including Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes.
Liam using Wet Ones after playing w/ our pets!
Once school starts back it doesn't take long for the germs to start spreading once again. Just thinking about those sneezing kids and snotty noses gives me the chills. Eck! Last year, Josiah got sick last year within 2 weeks of starting school. It really is amazing how quickly children can spread sickness around. That's why I do my part to keep my kids healthy and germ-free. We take our daily vitamins, we get a good amount of sleep, we wash our hands often and use Wet Ones to wipe our hands. I even use them to wipe off toys while on the go. 
My mom used Wet Ones when I was a child and, when I was recently watching an old show from the 80s, I noticed a container of Wet Ones on the counter. It's a trusted product and one that I've also purchased for years. Plus, the Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes Kill 99.9% of germs and are hypoallergenic, which is great for my son who has allergies.

The box says they even clean better than a hand sanitizer, which just makes me feel safe and like I've made the right decision for my children's health. This time last year I actually bought the Wet Ones in a container that fits in a car cup holder and it was awesome because we could keep it right where we needed it and it didn't get lost under the seat. It also fit on the cup holder of our stroller, so we could take it to the park and out walking just in case. With the Wet Ones Singles we received recently for this review, they are so small that I can easily take them along in my purse or diaper bag. To encourage the kids to keep clean, especially before eating, I put Wet Ones in their lunchbox. I've also started packing them in a reusable snack bag and stuffing them in the side-pockets on their book bags just in case the need arises. Then I check every week or so to see if they need more. 

How do you keep your kids healthy and germ-free during the school year? Do you use Wet Ones?

I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Wet Ones. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.


brett said...

oh, i love the robot bag! i didnt realize wet wipes came in single size packets, that's great for the kids' backpacks and for the teachers' first aid kits!

Whitney Jordan said...

Eek.. I am super concerned about Kynlee getting sick when she starts school. Love that Wet Ones makes the individual packets! Those will come in handy for sure.

SalemMomma said...

Antibacterial wipes are actually a required school supply, the kids are supposed to bring a package (along with a box of tissues) with them to school on the first day to give to their teacher. That's cool that they come in singles too.

Beth R said...

They request them on our list too. Definitely a must have especially for the younger ones. I love that they come in singles!!

Harmony Burmeister said...

I always keep wet ones, to wipe tables at restaurants, strollers etc. this way i know it safe for the kids

Crystal Irvin said...

i use wet ones all the time

Thomas Murphy said...

my family uses wet ones, they work great.

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