By Mayo Clinic StaffClorox wipes have become the standard travel cleaner for travelers.
But some people may be experiencing discomfort from the wipes.
Wipes can irritate the lining of your nose, eyes, and mouth, and are potentially dangerous for your skin.
They also can cause irritation to the throat, eyes and lungs.
Clorax wipes are the standard wipe for travelers because of their ease of use and convenience, but some travelers may be irritated by the wipes, or have experienced allergic reactions to some types of wipes.
To remove Cloox wipes from your hand, open the container, pull the top of the lid out and shake off any particles that are trapped in the area.
This can help remove the wipes from the area if they have been on your hand for a long time.
Wash your hands with soap and water after using Clorax.
Avoid using any type of detergent or detergent containing chlorine.
You can use a scrubbing liquid or hand soap to clean off any residue left behind.
If you use a non-chlorinated product that contains chlorine, wash your hands and apply a gentle washcloth to your face to clean the area of the clorax wipe.
Do not use soap or water to wash your face.
You may feel a mild rash from the rubbing of the cloth, so it is best to wait a few minutes to wash it off.
If you have any other allergies, consult your doctor.
If your allergies are not completely resolved, seek medical attention if you notice irritation or discomfort.
Wipe your hands thoroughly with an antibacterial soap or detergents.
If your hand is still dry, you can wash it with soap or soap and vinegar.
Avoid getting in the way of the soap or vinegar.
Wipes may also be used on sensitive areas such as your eyes or nose, or you may need to apply a hand wash or body scrub.
If using a cloth, gently wipe it onto your hands.
Wipe it off cleanly, and then dry the cloth with a soft cloth towel or wipecloth.
Wear gloves to protect your hands from contact with Clorozone.
You might also use a handkerchief to help prevent the Clorazepam from spreading to your skin and clothing.
If this does not work, use a disposable mask.
If the mask does not protect you, contact your doctor immediately.
Wet your hands before using Clox wipes to help them stay dry.
Washing your hands frequently with soap is recommended.