I am so excited to announce that I was one of the lucky bloggers chosen to be a Wet Ones Ambassador! Throughout the next year, I will be sharing my family's experience with Wet Ones and sharing tips and tricks to keep your little ones germ free.
As you know, my kids are a bit older, which makes me very familiar with Wet Ones. They have always been my go to brand for many years, helping to make cleaning those messy hands a breeze.
Having two boys, things always seemed to be messy. Playing outside made dirty hands inevitable. I think boys have a special dirt magnet that just attracts the dirt more. Or perhaps it's just that unlike girls, they don't mind getting down and dirty during playtime; or any other time for that matter!
I started carrying the little Wet Ones travel packs in my purse when they boys were just tiny little things. It seemed there was always a clean up needed while we were on the go or playing at the park. It wasn't just the hands either! I can't even count the number of times I used the wipes on the knees, elbows and even their feet if they were playing barefoot in the sand!
My boys may be older, but now they seem to just get more messy. Thankfully I have lots of Wet Ones on hand to help with clean up this Fall! They came in handy for all of the kids at Thanksgiving this year, a simple way to clean up before our delicious turkey dinner.
Here are just a few of the ways that you can use Wet Ones during the Fall:
- Keep some travel packs in your purse for a quick clean up on the go.
- Send a canister in to your child's classroom to help prevent the spread of germs.
- Pack the Singles in your child's lunch so they can wash up after eating.
- It's cold and flu season, so always keep extras on hand to use after coughing and/or sneezing.
I wrote this review while participating in an Ambassador Program for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Wet Ones. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate. All opinions are my own and/or my family's, take it or leave it. Click here to view my whole disclosure policy.