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My Take:
If your anything like me you have wipes everywhere. I keep them in several rooms of the house, in my car, my purse, you name it.  I am always giving them to my kids to wipe their hands among other things. They really do come in handy especially when your out on errands and they thing they "have to" have a snack in the backseat of the car. Wet Ones to the rescue! And if they dry out all you have to do is add a little bit of water to the canister/package and they are good as new. Wet Ones are great for messes and for killing bacteria on hands/faces and multiple other surfaces. They are my all in one go to wipe!

Win it: One lucky reader will win a
Wet Ones Survival Kit stocked with a Canister, Singles and Travel variations. This giveaway will end January 17th at 12:01 AM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email. If no response, a new winner will be chosen. Open to residents of the US.

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Disclosure:  Thanks to PR Firm/sponsor I was provided with this product(s) for the purpose of my personal review. This blog post is not a paid post and the honest opinions stated are my own. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, entry via Facebook like is completely optional. Please allow 4-6 weeks for prize delivery from the sponsor.

137 comments:

  1. Wash your hands regularly!

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  2. Use hand sanitizer when visiting people at the hospital.

    I'm entering on the rafflecopter with my FB username Mary Happymommy. Thanks.

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  3. Make sure to wash your hands

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  4. Washing hands is number 1, but also sharing that habit with people who are less willing to do so I think will encourage them to do it more!
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  6. don't go out
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  8. cough in your arm instead of your hands. AND wash your hands for LONGER than a few seconds.

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  9. Anonymous12:00 AM

    Wash your hands for as long as it takes to sing "Happy Birthday"
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  10. Switch out hand towels frequently!

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  11. soap and water!

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  12. Anonymous5:32 AM

    Regular, thorough hand washing is the best way I know to help stop the spread of germs :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

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  13. Anonymous5:35 AM

    Shared the giveaway on Facebook

    You didn't leave an extra info box on the Rafflecopter form.

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  14. wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters
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  15. wash hands after touching common things like door knobs

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  16. lots and lots of handwashing!

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  17. Wash hands and cover your mouth.
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  18. Anonymous3:46 PM

    Wash hands regularly and use hand sanitizer.

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  19. Anonymous5:22 PM

    My favorite tip is to remember to wipe down the things that get touched every day - door knobs, light switches, remote controls, etc.! It's amazing how many people forget that these are breeding grounds for germs, too!

    Dara Nix
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  20. Anonymous5:24 PM

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  21. WASH YOUR HANDS W/SOAP AND WATER !!!

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  22. Sneeze and cough into your elbow not hands sheshult@hotmail.com

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  23. Ofcourse hand washing, but more and more cruise lines I read are implementing a no handshake policy while on board to prevent the spread of germs.
    jill24295@yahoo.com

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  24. No place to leave share link on raffelcopter: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=309724735739636&id=1469400854
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  25. One tip is to never drink after another person!
    janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

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  26. Shared on FB 1/3
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    Janet Watson
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  27. Wash your hands and don't cough in your hand instead cough in your arm
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  28. Sneeze and cough into a kleenix.


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  29. Lots & lots of handwashing!

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  30. chantal cooper10:00 PM

    i keep hand sani on me at all times and wash my hands often

    chantal cooper
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    thischattanoogamommysaves.blogspot.com

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  31. I have my son wash his hands as we leave daycare. (Erinn Sluka)

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  32. I think that we not only wash our hands a lot but but make sure that we have the right things around the house to help with the germs.
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  33. I like to use clorox disinfecting wipes on all doorknobs and light switches and Lysol disenfectant spray on toys.

    sarahacarroll22@gmail.com

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  34. frequently wash your hands

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  35. Wash your hands!!!

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  37. Shared on FB 1/4
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    Janet Watson
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  38. Cough into your elbow.

    Jennifer Rote
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  39. Mary Calabrese12:50 PM

    wash, wash and wash your hands.

    ighmeg at yahoo dot com

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  40. wash yhands numerous times during the day
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  41. Frequent hand washing
    janet vickers

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  42. Always carry no water antibacterial soap and USE it. After everything!

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  43. Wipe the doorknobs often, you remember to wipe your hands but never the doorknobs!

    erica.heft(at)gmail.com

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  44. Wash hands often.
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  45. keep your nails short

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  46. Shared on FB 1/5
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    Janet Watson
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  47. Laura Jacobson3:27 PM

    One tip for us is just to wash hands often. We just had a horrible flu go round, and washing hands is so important.
    landfjacobson @ charter.net

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  48. Anonymous3:28 PM

    wash your hands

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  49. Shared on facebook 1/6
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  50. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=205564036200683&id=100002065244707

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  51. Keep wipes with u at all times!!
    Carla
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  52. Wash your hands! I always have hand sanitizer or wipes for the times when a sink may not be available.

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  53. Handwashing all the time!

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  54. Wash those hands! Hand sanitizer!

    Also, sneeze into your elbow!!

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  55. Shared on FB 1/7
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    Janet Watson
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  56. https://www.facebook.com/k.catlin.grant/posts/248569255215834

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  57. Shared on FB 1/8
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    Janet Watson
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  58. I keep the family keyboard, phones, and light switches wiped down

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  60. Shared on FB 1/9
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  61. Shared on FB 1/10
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  62. My favorite tip to avoid spreading germs is the very basic & simple: wash your hands! I make sure my kids wash up all the time!

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  64. rebecca frost5:04 PM

    avoid public bathrooms!!

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  65. My tip is to cover your cough!

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  66. we teach the kids fromthe time they are in diapers to wash their hnds after they use the bathroom even in their diapers.

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  67. Shared on FB 1/11
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    Janet Watson
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  68. wash your hands with soap and water

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  69. carry mini gerx ex's in your purse! Just in case !:)

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  70. Grocery cart covers!

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  71. Wash your hands regularly!

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  72. Shared on FB 1/12
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    Janet Watson
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  73. Anonymous3:33 PM

    When you cover your mouth to cough, use the inside of your elbow instead of your hand. You don't 'shake arms' to greet one another, so less germs should exchange.

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  74. Anonymous3:36 PM

    Facebook share
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  75. Wash your hands often and sneeze/cough into your elbow.
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  76. wash your hand often as you can
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  77. Shared on facebook 1/13
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    Janet Watson
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  78. facebook share-https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=147859965325592&id=100002394242718

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  79. Wash hands often and sneeze into your elbow.
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  80. Anonymous9:17 AM

    We regularly wipe down our door handles and light switches in order to get rid of germs.

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  81. Keep washing your hands.

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  82. Wash you hands singing ABC, when you are done with the alphabet you are done washing! And COVER you mouth with something other than your hands.

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  83. Shared via FB...

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  84. I believe in constantly washing your hands and I keep lysol on hand for knobs

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  85. Wash, wash, wash those hands...
    I also wash our doorknobs, remotes and light switches everyday!!!

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  86. after you wash hands use a paper towel to dry and open bathroom door

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  87. Shared on FB 1/14
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    Janet Watson
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  88. Always wash your hands before eating

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  89. sneeze into the crook of your arm not your hand

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  90. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=154202388023118&id=100002065244707

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  91. wipe down all light switches, door knobs and anything else that might have germs living on it

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  92. Zinc decreases the severity of colds because it prevents the virus from multiplying. So if you use Zinc at the first signs of a cold then you will get over yours quickly and won't spread as many germs.

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  93. Wash your hands regularly and stop touching your face!

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  94. The best tip I can give is to wash your hands frequently.

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  95. Anonymous2:20 AM

    Wash your hands as much as possible, thank you for the giveaway! addrianne_day@yahoo.com

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  96. Shared on FB 1/15
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    Janet Watson
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  97. Sanitize the doorknobs and tv remotes!

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  98. Never flush your toilet with the lid up!

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  99. I always wash my hands.

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  100. Always keep hand sanitizer handy!

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  101. Anonymous6:27 PM

    Stay home when you feel yucky.

    arudig at comcast dot net

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  102. wash your hands constantly

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  103. I always make sure to replace the toothbrush of the person who was sick as soon as they are better.
    laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com

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  104. http://www.facebook.com/donna.d.george/posts/235423426533042 shared

    To stop germs, make sure the clean the forgotten areas - toothbbrush handles, toilet flusher, etc

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  105. hand washing alot,

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  106. wash hands frequently

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  107. Frequent handwashing with antibacterial soap.

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  108. My tip is to wash hands before eating or touching food.

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  109. Anonymous1:40 AM

    Washing hands often and definitely before eating or touching food.

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  110. You should wash your hands before eating or having anything to do with food including preparation.
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  111. Shared on FB 1/16
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    Janet Watson
    janet3rdgrade@yahoo.com

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  112. Wash your hands, using soap and hot water!

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  113. To stop the spread of germs, I spray my laundry basket with lysol after taking the dirty clothes out and putting the clean ones from the dryer in! Weird, I know, but I used to work at a hospital and knew my scrubs had germs. :)

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  114. we use a lot of hand sanitizer

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  115. https://www.facebook.com/KathyLPease/posts/326179034081558

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  116. Hand washing!! Too much is not a bad thing!

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  117. wash your hands often and sneeze or cough into your elbow thanks crystal allen

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  118. Hand sanitizing/washing is key, also keeping doorknobs and other comonly touched items santized with wipes.

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  119. I have a bottle on germ-x on my school for the kids.
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  120. I drink ornage juice to get enough vitamin c.

    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  121. wash your hands

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  122. Anonymous5:22 PM

    wash hands alot
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  123. wash hands a lot
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  124. when anyone is sick have them wash their hands before they touch anything-even utensils or plates, fridge, etc. in the kitchen
    spcale at yahoo dot com

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  125. Anonymous10:46 PM

    Shared the giveaway on Facebook

    You didn't leave extra info boxes on the Rafflecopter form. [You need to check mark "I need extra info to verify this entry" and "Tell your entrants what info you need."]

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  126. Gina P10:57 PM

    hand sanitizer

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  127. Frequent hand washing.

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  128. Use Hand gel lke Germ-x & wash hands alot. I spray/wipd door knobs & handle around my home & also Shopping cart handles!
    zestywonderland@gmail.com

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  129. Wash hands!
    Jessica K.

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  130. http://www.facebook.com/ZESTYWONDERLAND/posts/321362917903707
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  131. Laci Piazza11:34 PM

    The best way to prevent germs and spreading of germs is regular frequent hand washing for at least 20 seconds!

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  132. frequent handwashing
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