Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Commended By Boondocking Enthusiasts

Boondockers Name Leading Adventure Company’s Wet Wipes a Go-To Product

Woodbridge, United States - February 7, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Boondocking, also known as primitive or free camping, is a favorite on the “to-do” list of campers and RVers who want to add a little spice to their outdoor lifestyle. This activity involves the practice of veering away from the well-worn trails of the park or forest to stay in the wildest of environs with extremely limited or zero facilities. Boondocking can be done in a caravan, RV, tent, or by rolling out a sleeping bag under the stars. Favorite spots for such stays are free campgrounds, truck stops, Bureau of Land Management monuments, and off-the-grid spots accidentally stumbled upon.

One of the main concerns of boondocking is how to conserve water without sacrificing hygiene. As such, it is essential for active wild campers to find other means of staying clean. Surviveware, the maker of hiking, camping, and hunting gear, recently released its solution to showering and hygiene concerns: the Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes.

Surviveware’s wet wipes are a perfect alternative to showering and bathing while off-the-grid. The wipes can do double duty as a cleaning product on furniture, gear, and tools. In Leave No Trace fashion, the wipes, when dried, can be used as tinder for starting flames. Boondocking fanatics can easily find many uses for these wet wipes.

Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes contain a hypoallergenic formula which makes it an excellent product for children and those with sensitive skin. In addition, these no-rinse wipes are free from alcohol and other harmful chemicals. Packed with natural ingredients such as aloe and vitamin E, the wet wipes can safely remove dirt and grease without drying the skin. Since the product also contains aloe, it cleans and moisturizes the skin at the same time. It’s also scent-free so people who are allergic to fragrance will not be irritated.

These wipes are the favorite go-to product of people who are “on-the-go” since they’re durable and easy to use. The sheets are made from soft cloth fiber that glides smoothly on the skin. The wipes are designed to be sturdy enough to clean the entire body with ease. As these wipes are 30% larger compared to ordinary baby wipes, an average-sized adult can freshen up with just one to two wipes, depending on how muddied they got on the trail.

Important to boondockers, Surviveware’s wet wipes begin to decompose after 28 days when buried after use. As such, users are assured that they won’t contribute waste to landfills.

The benefit of having reliable no-rinse wipes is evident in the feedbacks left by satisfied Amazon customers. In this review written by one happy client, he shared his experience in using these wipes during his boondocking trip. “Use in RV when Boondocking. Also, use on a big hairy dog after a day outdoors. The nicest quality I’ve found. Hefty, no smell, no residue. Holds up great. My favorite and I tried six different brands.”

Make every boondocking excursion enjoyable with Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes. Get them today and find out why more and more hunters, backpackers, and campers are trusting these wipes for their adventure and hygiene needs. Limited stocks are available so purchase your pack today!

Grab your Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes now by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188

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Source: MarketersMedia

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