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Radians Respirator Wipes (100 ct) RW-100

Quick Overview

Sturdy, economical lens cleaning accessories provide instant access for all lens cleaning needs in the plant or office. Strategically placed stations will promote proper lens cleaning techniques extending the life of prescription and non-prescription safety glasses. The specially developed formula in the lens cleaning towelettes and lens cleaning stations will clean greasy and oily glasses while providing an anti-fog / anti-static coating. Low lint, non-abrasive tissue leaves lenses clear and streak free. Cleaning wipes for Respirators are also available in an alcohol free option.

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Radians Made in the USA Respirator Wipes with 70% IPA will help keep your respirator mask clean and disinfected. Each pre-moistened towelette is saturated with a 70% IPA cleaning solution known for its antiseptic and disinfectant properties. Plus, they easily clean grease and oil from masks too.

The wipes are individually wrapped, so workers can conveniently carry them in their pockets for fast and easy cleaning of rubber respirator face pieces. They can also be used to wipe down other frequently used personal protective equipment.

Packaged in boxes of 100 with a dispenser cut-out for easy grabbing, the boxes can be strategically placed throughout your plant or warehouse to encourage daily cleaning and disinfecting of respirator masks and other high touch PPE items.

Once opened, the wipe should be used on the respirator immediately as the 70% alcohol mixture evaporates quickly. Avoid contact with eyes.


  • Disposable respirator wipes
  • Prevents fogging
  • Reduces static
  • Excellent for cleaning glass, plastic and polycarbonate

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Manufacturer RADIANS

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