Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes Ideal for RV and Dry Camping

Surviveware Biodegradable Wet Wipes Proven Water-Saving Product for Dry Camping Trips

Woodbridge, United States - August 14, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Dry camping is gaining ground among campers who want to enjoy the great outdoors with a few more frills than those offered in backcountry camping. It allows people to travel to numerous destinations and stay in the comfort of their RV while being mindful of their water and electricity usage, and impact on the environment. Thus, hygiene products that offer an alternative to showering are essential for this type of camping.

Surviveware has grown to be a trusted brand among outdoorsmen and dry campers. Their diverse hiking and camping essentials have provided numerous outdoorsmen with better solutions for everyday needs. One of Surviveware’s prominent products is their Biodegradable Wet Wipes.

Surviveware’s wipes are known for their hypoallergenic formulation. While some wipes are loaded with alcohol-based ingredients, Surviveware's wipes contain skin-friendly components such as natural aloe and vitamin E, which provide extra nourishment for the skin while effectively removing dirt and grime.

Aside from being a gentle hygiene essential, these wipes also help dry campers save on water consumption. As each wipe is loaded with tons of moisture, it is an effective shower alternative. A true jack-of-all-trades, the cloth can also be used to wipe off counters, tabletops, and furniture. The wipes are delicate and can be used to clean camping gear and tools without leaving lint or scratching the surface.

Surviveware's Wet Wipes are also economical, measuring 30% larger than regular wet wipes. With each wipe measuring 8" x 12", one to two sheets can get most jobs done.

Dry campers can attest to the effectiveness of these biodegradable wet wipes, such as in the following review shared by a Surviveware customer and RVer:

"We dry camp a lot in our RV so it's important for us to conserve as much water as we can. These wipes are a true blessing. Size of wipes is 8" x 12" just enough to cleanse your body. Unscented and hypoallergenic. The best part is that the wipes are 100% biodegradable. A must-have when camping! We are fans so much so that we have this product on our Subscribe & Save list."

Make the most of your dry camping trips without skimping on water and hygiene with a pack of Surviveware's Biodegradable Wet Wipes.

When you order today, you can get Surviveware’s Biodegradable Wet Wipes for 20% off when you use a Surviveware Amazon discount code. Take advantage of this amazing offer right now by clicking here.

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