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Compostable Cleaning Wipes

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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.*
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About Composting

Composting provides nutrients for soil in gardens and farms and keeps waste out of landfills, which in turn helps to reduce associated emissions.

  • What is compost?

    A mixture of organic material that’s rich in nutrients for soil and supports healthy plant growth.

  • How long does it take?

    Composting can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months depending on the material composted, temperature, moisture and exposure to air.

  • How do I compost?

    If municipal composting facilities exist in your area, conduct a search online or check your local city council website to determine if you can sign up for curbside collection.

    Be sure to check with your local facility to make sure that they accept materials like our Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes, which conform to ASTM D6400 standards for compostability. If that’s the case, you’re good to put our wipes in your compost bin with other yard and food waste.

    If municipal facilities dont exist nearby, consider starting your own compost at home. For more information about home composting, please visit the EPA or USDA NRCS websites.

  • What shouldn’t be composted?

    Non-compostable messes, such as human or animal waste. Also, don’t compost items listed as not accepted by your local facility.

About This Product

  1. Wipe Excess dirt with Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes.
  2. Wait For surface to dry. No rinsing necessary.
  3. Compost Clorox® Compostable Cleaning Wipes at home or through a municipal facility.* Do not flush.
*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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