Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes pick up dirt — and compost back into dirt. They come in both Simply Lemon and Free & Clear, an unscented version for those who prefer a fragrance-free clean. Best of all, they’re safe to use around kids, pets and food.
They’re made with a compostable plant-based cloth, which makes them safe to compost at home, or through your local municipal facility.*
*For municipal composting, check locally, as appropriate facilities may not exist in your area. For home composting, do not compost wipe if used to clean non-compostable messes, such as human or animal waste. Wipes should generally be no more than 10% of home compost pile.
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Check with your local municipality to see if they accept wipes that meet the requirements under ASTM D6400. If not, consider starting your own home compost. Composting at home is a great way to take your environmental impact into your own hands. Composting fruits, vegetables and other organic matter provides nutrients for soil in gardens and farms and keeps waste out of landfills. To get started composting at home you may want to consider purchasing a rotating composter with two chambers. That way, you can have your old compost break down in one chamber and add new material to the other. If you start to compost but have no place for the compost to go, get in touch with neighbors or growers who will likely be excited to use it. Trust us, people love good dirt. For more information on composting, please visit the EPA or USDA NRCS websites.
Yes, Clorox® Compostable Cleaning wipes have a unique, clear-drying formula that makes them great for cleaning shiny surfaces like metal fixtures, glass stove tops and kitchen counters.
Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes pre-saturated with an effective cleaning formula so that you can simply pull the wipe and start cleaning. No need to use sponges or dishrags that can harbor and spread germs. Best of all, the wipes are compostable at home and municipal facilities.
Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes are tough on grease, soap scum, dirt and grime. They are safe on a variety of surfaces including acrylic, fiberglass, and vinyl and they do not require any rinsing for surfaces that come in contact with food.
No, Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes should be used for daily cleaning of grease, dirt and grime. For disinfection, please check out our line of disinfecting products here.
No. Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes should not be used for personal use or as a baby wipe.
Yes, Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes are safe for use around children, pets and food. Always follow label directions and do not use wipe directly on food, for personal use, or as a baby wipe.
No, Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes do not contain any bleach. They have a plant-based cleaner derived from corn, coconut and palm kernel oils.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) created the Safer Choice program to help consumers choose products that are safer for human health and the environment. The EPA reviews all product ingredients for human health and environmental effects and conducts annual audits to ensure standards continue to be met. Specifically for wipes products, the substrate must be compostable. Safer Choice recognition does not constitute endorsement of this product by the EPA.
The wipes contain a naturally derived cleaning agent: caprylyl capryl glucoside. This plant-based cleaner is derived from corn, coconut and palm kernel oils.
The wipe is made from 100% plant-based fibers.
Yes! This product contains no added fragrances or masking agents.
No. Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes contain no animal-derived ingredients and are never tested on animals.
You can find stores near you that sell Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes on our Where to Buy page. It's a good idea to call the store before going, to make sure they have it in stock. If you have any trouble finding it at a nearby store, you can also buy it online.
Yes, Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes are safe on a variety of surfaces including counters, sinks, stoves, toilets, and non-wood or sealed wood floors. Always test a small area first.
No. Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes should never be flushed down a toilet. They should be composted as part of a home compost pile or composted municipally. If composting is not available, discard wipe in trash.
Yes, please empty the canister, attach the lid and place in your recycling bin.
Compostable products will break down in a properly maintained compost pile, either at home or in a municipal setting. They must meet ASTM D6400 testing requirements. Do not simply throw the wipes into the environment as they need the right conditions to break down.