DIY No More Germ Ease Hand Wipes - OK For Kids

August 25, 2016

Germs. Are. Everywhere. And we’re not just saying that to scare you, but to bring your attention to a troubling trifle. When we learned that there are nearly 22 million school days lost annually due to the common cold, we knew we had to make a change (1). Thus, Germ Ease OK For Kids blend was born, and we believe it’s the next best thing to hand washing. This protective blend of top quality essential oils is a germ-killing machine, meaning more school days and less doctor visits.


No More Germ Ease Hand Wipes


Love hand wipes but hate harsh chemicals? So do we! That’s why we love this DIY No More Germ Ease Hand Wipes recipe. This recipe is free of harmful substances, making these hand wipes a great natural alternative to store bought wipes. You can take these wipes on-the-go or use them at home to wipe down any place germs might be lurking, like counter tops, shopping carts, door knobs, public restrooms and restaurants.


What you need


1 roll of Paper Towels

Circular Container or Ziplock Baggy

Knife

1 c. Distilled Water

½ c. Grain Alcohol

½ c. Lemon Juice

1 tsp. Liquid Castille Soap

80 drops Germ Ease OK for Kids blend


How to

1. Cut the roll of paper towels in half and place one half in the container.

2. Thoroughly mix water, lemon juice, grain alcohol, soap and Germ Ease.

3. Pour the solution over the paper towel roll, and let soak before use.

 

(1) "Healthy Schools, Healthy People." Healthy Schools, Healthy People. It's A SNAP, n.d. Web. 24 Aug. 2016.

COMMENTS

These comments were contributed by customers without influence from Edens Garden. The opinions expressed in these comments are 100% the authors' own and do not reflect the views or opinions of Edens Garden.

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Jennifer! We recommend grain alcohol as it is generally 120-190 proof. This high a proof of alcohol is necessary to preserve and solubilize the oils in water

    On September 01, 2017

  • Jennifer says...

    Several of your recipes call for grain alcohol. Can I substitute isopropyl alcohol? Is there a particular reason why E.G. uses grain alcohol?

    On August 31, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Jenna! These wipes can be used on both hands and surfaces; they are safe to use on children 3 and up.

    On March 24, 2017

  • Jenna says...

    Are these for cleaning hands or surfaces or both? Safe to use on my 3 yo’s hands?

    On March 24, 2017

  • Edens Garden says...

    Hi Susan! We recommend using grain alcohol.

    On August 30, 2016

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