fda alcohol wipes
spunlace non-woven fabric or customized
10-80gsm or customized
16*16cm, 15*20cm, 14*19cm, 18*20cm,20*30cm
25pcs/bag,50pcs/bag or 80pcs/bag
1.Open the package of wet wipes, take out and unfold the wet wipes.Starting from one side of the surface, press S-type from top to bottom to wipe the entire surface one by one for 2 minutes.
2.After the use of wipes into the unified treatment of medical waste.
Q: Can i have my own design for the packs?
A: Yes,welcome to do your own design.
Q: How long to make my order?
A: Samples need about 3-5 days, for mass production need about 15-25 days depend on your quantity
Q: Its ok to custom the size and color?
A: Yes, just tell us your size and color, we can do for you
Q: What's your payment?
A: Our payment is T/T. 30% deposite and 70% balance before shipping.
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