Currently we have 6 containers of 70% Isopropyl Alcohol Wipes in stock for a quick selling. It is common size and package, ready for put your private label and fresh productive date.
1) 100PCS/tub, 15*20cm. Using 70% cellulose 30% polypropylene, 50GSM embossing spunlace fabric. 63000 Tubs Total; 0.X?USD/TUB ONLY.MOQ 12000 Tubs
2) 250PCS/tub, 15*20cm. Using 70% cellulose 30% polypropylene, 50GSM embossing spunlace fabric. 14000 Tubs Total;2.x?USD/TUB ONLY.MOQ 3000 Tubs
3)800PCS/tub, 15*20cm. Using 70% cellulose 30% polypropylene, 50GSM embossing spunlace fabric. 4000 Tubs Total;6.x?USD/TUB ONLY.MOQ 2000 tubs.
WIth a price lower than dry price you get finished brand wet wipes, FDA/CE/SGS/MSDS available. These 70% IPA wipes can be also used as surface wipes, household wipes, and industrial wipes etc.
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Why use 70% IPA wipes instead of 75% alochol wipes?
70% isopropyl alcohol have better disinfecting and cleaning effect, which is more used as a medical wipes.70% isopropyl alcohol costs is 30% higher than 75% Ethyl Alcohol.
Ethyl vs Isopropyl Alcohol
The most common hand sanitizers use isopropyl alcohol, aka isopropanol, 2-propanol or just rubbing alcohol. You might have a bottle of it under your bathroom sink. You cannot drink this stuff without getting sick, and it will not get you drunk.
The alcohol you can drink is ethanol, aka ethyl alcohol or grain alcohol. You might have a bottle of this in your liquor cabinet, since it’s the kind of alcohol in any liquor that’s distilled from grain, like whiskey. You can definitely get drunk on this stuff; your tolerance may vary. The ethanol in hand sanitizer, however, is denatured and will not make you drunk, but it will make you very sick.
These two alcohols have similar structures, but their chemical variations are enough to make one drinkable and one dangerous to ingest. But when it comes to hand sanitizer, they work the same way: They both disrupt the proteins and lipids in viruses and bacteria, which kills those germs. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a solution of 65 to 95 percent alcohol using either ethyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol in any hand sanitizer to do the job.