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Killing 99.9% of germs, the new wipes help to create a safe eco-environment for babies both in and out of the home

Bournemouth, UK – 3rd July 2019Milton, the leading expert in sterilising, today announces retail availability of its all new biodegradable Antibacterial Surface Wipes. 

The Milton Wipes are made of 100% plant-based viscose and lyocell, are compostable, 100% biodegradable, and degrade very quickly.

They are totally rinse free and food safe, giving parents a one-step solution to wipe clean soothers, teats, teething rings plates and cutlery both in the home and out and about.

The wipes are bleach free, preservative free and fragrance free, killing 99.9 % of germs quickly and leaving no residue or odour. The active ingredient is Ethanol produced from non-genetically modified beetroot, effective on viruses including Rotavirus, which is responsible for gastroenteritis and Candida albicans, bacteria and fungi. They are ideal for cleaning babies’ small accessories as well as their general environment, including high chairs, potties, changing mats, car seats, buggy chairs/handles and surfaces within the home and are an ideal home cleaning solution after family sickness.

Christine Chevalier, Marketing Manager at Milton said “We are thrilled to launch another of our new eco-range products as part of Milton’s new plant based strategy. Parents today want to be able to care for their children, whilst caring for the environment as well. Our new biodegradable wipes give parents this option.”

The pack has also been made more portable, weighing only 40 grams, making it easier for parents to take them out and about with children.  

Milton has been giving parents peace of mind with effective sterilisation solutions for over 70 years. The Milton Method of cold-water sterilising in just 15 minutes has won numerous awards and still favoured by midwifes today. 

The Milton Antibacterial Wipes have a RRP of £2.35 and are available at Boots, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Waitrose, Ocado as well as many independent Pharmacies and nursery retailers.

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