Life’s Icky, Sticky Messes Cleaned Up With Wet Ones

With a 4 year old boy in my house, I cannot tell you how many times we’ve had to use wet wipes to clean him or whatever object he decorated with food or dirt. He is literally a noise with dirt on it. Halloween we used a ton because he kept getting chocolate and sucker sticky stuff on his hands!

I recently became appointed a Wet Ones Ambassador, which is fantastic because my little stinker has a dirty face and dirty hands It is funny, his big brother was never one to have dirt on him, his big sister HATED being dirty but Aiden? Well he could care less that boy lives life to the fullest, messy face and all. I mean, look at him as a baby, dude was seriously in chocolate heaven!

Now this kid won’t willingly let me clean him up with his Wet Ones wipes, I have to trick him, usually by letting him wipe my face first, then his. Funny enough he doesn’t get too messy with actual meals but SNACKS make his face messy. I think the only time we had to wipe him after Thanksgiving was when he got a big splooge of whipped cream on his nose from diving into his pumpkin pie!

I am looking forward to sharing with you, my wonderful readers, tips on using Wet Ones to clean up your sticky, messy situations and telling you about the products. Wet Ones come in 3 different ways: A 40 count canister, for use at home, and then s 25 count travel pack that you can throw in the car, and for your diaper bag or purse they offer a 24 pack of individually wrapped wipes. They even have some for sensitive skin :)

The best part is you can find the wipes easily, at Walmart, Target, Walgreens and other retailers nationwide, with prices ranging from $.99 to $2.99 so they are very affordable too!


I wrote this review while participating in an Ambassador Program for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Wet Ones. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate


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About Candace Reid

Candace Reid is the owner and author of My Serendipity Life. She is the mother of 3 and a recent college graduate having earned her Associates Degree in Business for Hospitality/Food Service Management. Candace is a member of the American Culinary Federation and is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from Southern New Hampshire University. She also loves to blog about family, food, fun and photography. Email Candace


  1. Having a three year old myself means lots of messes to clean up as well. I love how easy it is using wet ones. He likes to take one and “clean” the table for me. :)

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