Review: Utensil Wipes, all-natural cleaning on the go

As a member of the Tomoson community, I received a pack of Utensil Wipes to review.

Utensil Wipes


Michael, the creator of Utensil Wipes, developed them after a bout with illness during a trip overseas. He decided there had to be a “better way” to prevent illness while traveling or participating in outdoor activities.

Unlike many utensil or pacifier wipes on the market, Utensil Wipes do not use alcohol. Although they should never be intentionally ingested, the wipes are non-toxic and uses 4 percent food-grade lemongrass oil as an active ingredient.

My Experiences:

I think these wipes will work great for a picnic with Baby J, but with the crazy, unpredictable weather lately, we haven’t had a chance! I have tried them out with utensils in the kitchen. I like the smell, and they’re simple to use. Just rub the utensil’s surface (the part you put in your mouth) for at least 10 seconds. Then wait until the utensil dries before using it to eat. I’ve also used the wipes to clean utensils that have already been used. When we finally get to picnic, I want to clean off used spoons and forks before placing them back in our picnic bag, so these will work great.

These wipes would work great for deployed troops, college students, airplane travel, and anyone who’s looking for a way to clean food surfaces on the go.

Want to know more? Visit the Utensil Wipes website. Right now you can purchase 12 packs (120 wipes) for $36. Pacifier Wipes will be rolling out in 2014, so look for them in coming months. Check out the Utensil Wipes Facebook page to see how others are using their wipes.

Note: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. The opinions above are my own and may differ from yours.

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