Do you have a question? Post it now! No Registration Necessary
- Posted on
- kinda OT - alcohol wipes
August 18, 2005, 6:13 am
rate this thread
ok, i know there's more than a few of us who get sick of cleaning things
with either a tissue and bottled isopropyl alcohol, or those crappy little
alcowipes that seem to leave fibres on anything and everything.
baby-wipe size but with iso alcohol would be perfect for cleaning screens
etc, i'll keep the small ones for cleaning the rubber off remote control
pads when the buttons stop working.
Least they're cheap, last box of alcowipes cost me $6.50 for 200.
anyone have a viable alternative? expensive "re-usable" cloths are useless
because they pick up too much dust and crud that's been sitting inside
things for years, and you can never wash it all out.
Preferably medical-grade and sterilised, on the odd occasion I slice myself
open and use one for disinfecting the cut.
Re: kinda OT - alcohol wipes
"mark jb" <nukeleer at internode dot on dot net> wrote in message
I was at the Royal Childrens hospital last week and they had some great
disposible wipes, that you just added water to, to use them as wet wipes.
They where soft but stronger then tissue and woven with holes about 1mm
square in them. I didn't take a close look after use to see if they left
any fibres behind, but I thought they would of been cheap and handy around
the home. Unfortunatly I forgot to pick up a name.
- » OT: Geologists are not like other people
- — The site's Newest Thread. Posted in » Electronics Design