Monday, August 12, 2013
Sometimes, when you have a hectic schedule, it's easier to just get something to eat at a restaurant. Instead of cooking a meal, which can be time consuming. When you have dined out, have you ever noticed that sometimes the silverware, glasses or plates are not very clean? I have and I think it's very unprofessional for a business to have dirty tableware! It makes you think that they are full of germs and could be potentially hazardous to your health. How many times has this happened to you?
I was just reading an article called, Norovirus Survives Restaurant Dishwashing Protocols and it stated that the typical dishwashing procedures used by most restaurants can’t wash away viruses! So, how does that make you feel? It makes me feel like, is it worth it to eat at a restaurant and could I get sick?
For this review I received a package of 10 Utensil Wipes! Now, this sounds like an awesome idea! The wipes smell awesome, like lemongrass and the wipes are a good size. Okay, they pasted that test with flying colors, now for the ingredients.
- Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (Food Grade)
- Lemongrass Essential Oil
- Silicon Emulsion (Food Grade)
About the Utensil WipesThe website states that the Utensil Wipes are the ONLY all-natural wipe made exclusively to clean surfaces that touch your mouth! Perfect for utensils, plates, glasses, water bottles, and more--their natural lemongrass formulation cleans and eliminates potentially harmful germs.
12 Packs/120 Wipes! For $36 (includes shipping and handling). A $60 value!
They developed these wipes in the USA because they believe that safe eating, drinking and childcare is critical. They use them and their children use them.
The active ingredients in our wipes are ALL NATURAL and 100% safe for oral contact.
- NO ALCOHOL
- NO HARSH CHEMICALS
- MADE WITH FOOD GRADE ESSENTIAL OILS
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