terms & definitions

  • VOC’s Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) are a large group of chemicals that are found in many products we use to build and maintain our homes. Once these chemicals are in our homes, they are released or “off-gas” into the indoor air we breathe. Best Working Wipes contain little or no VOC’s.
  • Spunlace Spunlace is a nonwoven fabric, based on the bonding by waterjets of carded web. Basically Spunlace is made  by using water under pressure to create a woven web of the fibers.
  • Polypropylene Non-woven PP (plastic) is made by taking polypropylene polymers and spinning them using heat and air into long fluffy threads, like cotton candy, then pressing the threads together between hot rollers to get a flexible but solid fabric with a weave-like texture similar to canvas. Most wipers are made from this plastic substrate.
  • Woven/non-woven wipes – Woven wipes are knotted together by a machine like your cotton T-Shirt whereas Nonwovens are engineered textiles made from made from bonding short fibers and long fibers. Knitting or weaving the fabric together is not needed in the manufacturing process, resulting in an economical way to produce a finished product.
  • Agitator technology – This is a special technology on our wet wipes to help you remove the hardened grime, oil, paint, etc. form your surface or hands. It is non-abrasive and makes the cleaning job easier.